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TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. 1. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



WASHINGTON 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



FROM 



July 1 to July 11, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has been 
completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



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, X(p tfiAM JW A, ftV*— 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



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BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Boyd's Directory of Shamokin. 1891-1893 , 

Robert Carter : His Life and Work. 1807-1889 

In Mernoriam. Faded, and other poems 

Chambers' Encyclopaedia. Newed., Vol. 3 

Steam: Its Generation and Use. 24th ed , 

Authoritative Christianity. Tr. by James Chrystal. 



Second Geological Survev "f i^nnsylvania. Report of 

Progress. F2. 18G3-1889. 
The Key-Note. By Wm. B. Bradbury 



William Ewart Gladstone. By Geo. W. E. Russell 

Boston Photo-Gravures 

Guide Franco-Americain. 3 e annee. Public par J. 

Roussel. 
A Romance of the Moors. By Mona Caird. [Leisure 

Moment Series.] 
Official Northern Pacific Railroad Guide 



Construction and Use of Universal and Plain Grinding 
Machines as made by Brown & Sharpe M'f 'g Co. 

Supplementary Notes to 3d ed. of The Ice Age in North 
America. By G. Fred'k Wright. 

A Government Text-Book for Iowa Schools. Revised 
ed. By Jesse Macy. 

Telegraphic Code. Property of the Elgin Butter Co 



Seven Lessons in the Elements of Bookkeeping without 

a Teacher. Pt. 3. By E. D. Harris. 
Amberg's Divisions for 1240 Page Index 



Compend of Anatomy and Physiology. By M. C. Tiers.. 

Mind is Matter. By William Hemstreet 

The Rand-McNally Official Railway Guide. July, 1891.. 

Creamery men's Shipping Book. Arranged by M. E. 

Dillie. 
The Little Book, " I. T. " By William I. Hood 



Souvenir zum Saengerfest. 8-12. Juli, x891. Gewid- 

met von Pabst Brewing Company. 
"What Does, What Knows, What Is." An address by 

Hiram Corson, LL. D. 
Savings Stamp Book 



Deposit Stamp Book 

Educational Stamp Book. 



W. H. Boyd, 

Reading, Pa. 
A. D. F. Randolph & Co., 

New York. 
Maria Wood Jefferis, 

Philadelphia, 
J. B. Lippincott Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Babcock & Wilcox, 

New York. 
James Chrystal, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
William A. Ingham, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Mrs. Ada E. Taylor, 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Charles Pollock, 

Boston. 
Jules Roussel, 

New York. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
W. C. Riley, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Brown & Sharpe M'f 'g Co., 

Providence, R. I. 

D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Jesse Macy, 

Boston. 
Elgin Butter Co., 

Elgin, 111. 

E. D. Harris, 

Lincoln, Nebr. 
Wm. A. Amberg, 

Chicago. 
Fowler & Wells, 

New York. 
Fowler & Wells Co., 

New York. 
American Rail'y Guide Co., 
Chicago, 111. 
M. E. Dillie, 

Chicago, 111. 
William I. Hood, 

Akron, Ohio. 
Hake & Stirn Printing Co. , 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Hiram Corson, 

Philadelphia. 
S. T. Williams, 

Detroit, Mich. 
S. T. Williams, 

Detroit. Mich. 
S. T. Williams, 

Detroit, Mich. 



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BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



liulcs and Directions for Metal Hipped Skylight Work. 

By William Nenbecker. 
United Slates Reports. Vol. 140, Tart I 



The Laughable and Amusing Game of Kyoko.... 

Our Athletes in London 

Souvenir of Kankakee, 111 

Views of Watch Hill, R. I. By W. B. Davidson. 

Beadle's Pocket Library. July 8, 1891 

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. July 7, 1891 

Beadle's Popular Library. July 8, 1891 

Beadle's Dime Library. July 8, 1891 

The Adirondacks. 21st ed. By S. R. Stoddard... 
Travelers' Ready Reference Guide. July, 1891.. 



John Norton's Thanksgiving Party [etc.]. By W. H. H. 

Murray. [Note. — Cover title : Adirondack Tales.] 
The Story of Reine. From the French. By Mrs. J. W. 

Davis. 
The Mystery of the Woods, and The Man Who Missed 

It. By W. H. H. Murray. 
Hand-book of Railroad Securities. July, 1 891 



Au Ideal Kitchen 

An Odd Dwelling 

A Model Tenement 

A House for $800 

Here is a Handsome House . . . 
A Ten-Room Frame House ... 
Bourke Cochran's Delight — 

Why Gould Left Home 

Not on the Bills 

Housekeeping on Wheels 

Pluck against Luck 

' ' Depewed ' ' Noses the Rage. 

Turned Out to Grass 

While July Days Begin 



Proprietors. 



William Nenbecker, 

New York. 
Banks & Brothers, 

New York. 
Barnett & Co. , 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
I. W. Powell, 

Kankakee, 111. 
W. B. Davidson, 

Westerly, R. I. 
Beadle & Adams, 

^cv7 York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Beadle & A dams, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
S. R. Stoddard, 

Glens Falls, N. Y. 
Knickerbocker Guide Co. , 

New York. 
F. M. Murray, 

Boston. 
Roberts Bros., 

Boston. 
De Wolfe, Fiske & Co., 

Boston. 
W T m. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
American Press Association. 

American Press Association. 

American Press Association. 

American Press Association. 

American Press Association. 

American Press Association. 

Bacheller & Johnson. 

Bacheller & Johnson. 

Bacheller & Johnson. 

Bacheller & Johnson. 

James W. Johnson. 

James W. Johnson. 

James W. Johnson. 

Bacheller & Johnson. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Gay Carrie Careless 

Good Days at Vassar 

The Woman of Fashion 

Hagerstown Town and Country Almanac. 1892 

The Pri chard-Smith Fight 

The Cherry Diamonds in London 

Sporting Forecasts, Brighton Beach 

Abram Cox Stove Co , 

Some Interesting Facts Concerning Installment Bonds... 

Tony Pastor's Songs 

Self-Instructor for Bow-Zither. By Franz Wagner 

New School for the Viola or Tenor Violin. By A. Bran 

ner. 
Eddystone. Opera in 3 acts. Music by A. Wallnofer. 



Pbopeietoes. 



James W. Johnson. 

Bacheller & Johnson. 

•Tames W. Johnson. 

J. Gruber, 

Hagerstown, Md. 
The Sun Print, & Pub. Co., 

New York. 
The Sun Print. & Pub. Co., 

New York. 
The Sporting World Co., 

New York. 
Abram Cox Stove Co. , 

Philadelphia, 
David Jennings. 



Frank Harding, 
Lyon & Healy, 
Lyon & Healy, 



New York. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 



Breitkopf&Hartel. 

New York. 



PERIODICALS. 



Forest and Stream. July 2 and 9, 1891 

Harper's Weekly. July 4 and 11, 1891 

The Electrical World. July 4 and 1 1 , 1 891 

St. Louis daily Market Reporter. July 1 to 8, 1891 

The Village Magazine. July, 1891 , 

The Ave Maria. July 4 and 11, 1891 

The Business Woman's Journal. July, 1891 

National Police Gazette. July 1 1 and 1 8, 1 891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. July 2 and 9, 1 891 

Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review. July 1 and 

8, 1891. 
The Household. July, 1891 

The American Rural Home. July 4 and 11, 1891 

The Illustrated Christian Weekly. July 4 and 11, 1891 

The Yankee Blade. July 4 and 11, 1891 



Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
The W. J. Johnston Com- 
pany ( Lim . ) , New York. 
Patrick J. J. O'Connor, 

St. Louis. 
R. Hamilton, 

New York. 
Rev. Daniel E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Mary F. Seymour, 

New York. 
Richard K. Fox, 

New York. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York [etc. J. 
The Jewelers' Circular Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The Household Company, 

Brattleboro, Vt. 
The Rural Home Company 
(Limited), Chicago, 111. 
Ernest Young, jr., 

New York. 
Potter & Potter, 

Boston. 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Argosy. July 11 and 18, 1891 

Farm and Home (eastern ed.). July 1 and 15, 1891 
Good News. July 18 and 25, 1891 , 



Street & Smith's New York Weekly. July 18 and 25, 

1891. 
Scientific American. July 4 and 11, 1891 



Fanciers' Journal. July 4 and 11, 1891 

The Boys of New York. July 18 and 25, 1891 

Medical Record. July 4 and 11, 1891 

The Sporting Life. July 4 and 11, 1891 

The School Journal. July 4 and 11, 1891 

Western Electrician. July 4 and 11, 1891 , 

Garden and Forest. July 1 and 8, 1891 

The American Florist. July 2 and 9, 1891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. July 1 and 8, 1891 

Home and Farm. July 1 and 15, 1891 

The American Field. July 4 and 11, 1891 

Archives of Pediatrics. July, 1891 

What For? A quarterly. July, 1891 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. July 4, 1891. 

Harper's Bazar. July 18 and 25, 1891 

The Christian Union. July 4 and 11, 1891 

The New Nation. July 4 and 11, 1891 

Special-Kabeldepeschen. July 1 to 10, 1891 

Golden Days. July 11 and 18, 1891 

Saturday Night. July 18 and 25, 1891 

The Banner Weekly. July 18 and 25, 1891 

Demorest's Family Magazine. August, 1 891 

The Scholar's Magazine. August, 1891 

Lend a Hand. July, 1891 



PROPRIETORS. 



Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
The Phelps Publishing Co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Munn & Co., 

New York. 
Fanciers' Publishing Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
The Sporting Life Publish- 
ing Co., Philadelphia. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York and Chicago. 
Electrician Publishing Co. , 
Chicago. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
American Florist Co., 

Chicago. 
The Jewelers' Weekly Pub. 
Co., New York. 

Home and Farm Pub. Co. , 
Louisville; Ky. 
American Field Pub. Co., 

New York and Chicago. 
J. B. Lippincott Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Fielding Brothers, 

New York. 
William B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Christian Union Company, 
New York. 
Edward Bellamy, 

Boston. 
New York Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
W. Jennings Demorest, 

New York. 
Sunday School Times, 

Philadelphia. 
J. Stilman Smith & Co., 

Boston. 



periodicals—continued. 



Titles. 



Our Day. July, 1891 

The Photo-American Review. July, 1891 

The Home Guard. July, 1891 

Modes and Fabrics. July, 1891 



Dickerman's United States Treasury Counterfeit De- 
tector. July. 1891. 
The Haberdasher. July, 1891 



Propeietobs. 



Our Day Publishing Co., 

Boston. 

I fairy C. Jones, 

New York. 
E. J. Smith, 

Providence, R. I. 
If. W. MacLellan, 

New York. 
W. Dickernian, 

New York. 
Joseph W. Gibson, 

New York. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Dick the Penman Schottische. Music by C. L. Lewis. 



Farewell to the Village. Arranged by L. Schehlmann ; 

music by H. Hofmann. 
Serenade. Words by E. H. Stoddard ; music by T. J. 

Smith. 
Dream on, Lillie. Words by H. L. Frisbie ; music by 

G. F. Root. 
Oh, Come You from the Battle-Field. Music by G. F. 

Root. 
Will You Come to Meet Me, Darling? Words by F. A. 

Baker ; music by G. F. Root. 
Just Before the Battle, Mother. Music by G. F. Root.... 



Within the Sound of the Enemy's Guns. Music by G. 

F. Root. 
Mennett. Music by H. Harthan ; Op. 23, No. 4 



Gavotte. Music by H. Harthan ; Op. 23, No. 3. 



March of the Dolls. Music by H. Harthan ; Op. 23, 

No. 1. 
Evening Shadows. Words by G. F. Lyman ; music by 

A. H. Lyman. 
Valse Mignonne. Music by H. Harthan ; Op. 23, No. 5. . 



Jubilate Deo. Music by H. W. B. Barnes. 

Rondo. Music by Winthrop 

Barcarolle. Music by Winthrop , 

Capriccio. Music by Winthrop 

Galop. Music by Winthrop 



Lassie Queenie. Music by H. M. Justice ; arranged by 

S. Horsfeld. 
Karma Schottische. Music by Julius Oettl ; arranged 

by L. B. Douglass. 



The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 

The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 

T. J. Smith. 

George F. Root. 
George F. Root. 
George F. Root. 
George F. Root. 
George F. Root. 

The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
The John Church Co. , 

Cincinnati. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
The John Church Co. , 

Cincinnati. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Herbert M. Justice, 

Philadelphia. 
L. Budd Rosenberg, 

San Francisco. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Unforgotteu. Music by T. B. Bishop ; arranged by L. 

B. Douglass. 
R. S. V. P. Schottische. Music by T. H. Northrup 



Alliance March. Music by J. Oettl. 
Napo' Danza. Music by J. Oettl.... 



Enchantment Schottische. Music by S. Neumann ; ar- 
ranged by L. B. Douglass. 
Creme de la Creme. Arranged by L. P. Lanrendeau. . . . 



Mine. Angot Waltz. Arranged by C. G. Ransom. 
Santiago Waltz. Arranged by C. G. Ransom 



Ned's Farewell. Words by R. J. Donnolly ; music by 

M. H. Rosenfeld. 
In Heavenly Love Abiding. Words by A. L. Waring ; 

music by A. E. Harris. 
Minuetto No. 1. Music by G. Carmiencke 



Plantation Fancies. Music by J. Moes 

Airs from the Operas. Arranged by J. C. White 

Sea Breeze Waltzes. Music by I. A. Oppenheim 



Peopeietoes. 



L. Budd Rosenberg, 

San Francisco. 
L. Budd Rosenberg, 

San Francisco. 
L. Budd Rosenberg, 

San Francisco. 
L. Budd Rosenberg, 

San Francisco. 
L. Budd Rosenberg, 

San Francisco. 
Mace Gay, 

Brockton, Mass. 
National Music Company, 

Chicago. 
National Music Company, 

Chicago. 
R. J. Donnolly. 



A. E. Harris. 
Jos. Moes, 
Jos. Moes, 
J. Carus White. 
I. A. Oppenheim, 



Brooklyn. 
Brooklyn. 



Baltimore. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



1492— New World's Gate. 1892 
N. Y. State Camp of Instruction.. 



View of Northwest Corner of Gen. Grant's Missouri Log 

Cabin. 
View of the Stairway in Gen. Grant's Missouri Log Cabin. 

View of the Northwest Corner of Gen. Grant's Missouri 

Log Cabin. 
View of the Northwest Corner of Gen. Grant's Missouri 

Log Cabin. 



Louis de Smidt. 
Edw. Mauser. 
Edward Joy. 
Edward Joy. 
Edward Joy. 
Edward Joy. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Fashion Plate 

Ticonderoga, N. Y 

Season of 1891-92 (fashion-plate) 



Sackett & Wilhelms Litho. 
Co. 

Burleigh Lithographing Es- 
tablishment. 

Sackett & Wilhelms Litho. 
Co. 



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ENGRAVINGS. 



Titles. Pboprietobs. 



Garfield Memorial, Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio.. A. N. Stowell. 

"Janet" C. Klackner. 

' ' Stool of Repentance " C. Klackner. 

' ' Cupid's Conquest " C. Klackner. 

"Little DickTurpin" C. Klackner. 

CHROMO. 



Heroes of the War (Porter and Sherman). 



Steelier Litho. Co. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. :n<>. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON 



UNDER 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



FROM 



July 13 to July 18, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has been 
completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division oj Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Cape Breton Illustrated. Part 4 

In and Around Newport. 1891. By Clarence Stanhope 

Wilson's Elocution. By D. Wilson 

Yesterday in London 

The Kaiser's Busy Week 

One Hundred Written Opinions 

J. K. Emmet. By Chas. Gayler 

Jerome K. Jerome. By Allan Forman 

Meerschaum. By Joe Kose 

Under a Star. By Edward S. Van Zile 

New York's Variety. By Walter L. Hawley 

The Stall worth Murder. By Roger Reynolds 

Lincoln, Seward, and Stanton. By Jos. Howard, jr 

Fashion Gossip. By Margaret Hamm 

Special Kabeldepeschen. July 11-18 

The American Shropshire Sheep Record. Vol. (i 

A Treatise on the Measure of Damages. By Theodore 

Sedgwick. 8th ed. 3 vols. 
Advance sheets of the Illinois Reports. No. 4, vol. 184. 

By Norman L. Freeman, reporter. 
The Finisher's Manual 

The Story of a Musical Life. An autobiography, by Geo. 

F. Root. 
The Purchaser' s Alliance 

The Housewife's Club. July 16, 1891 

Vivisection 

Trade Index. A Daisy Book of Advertising. July 1, 

1891. 
The Manheim Slide Rule. By C. W. Crockett 

Kirchliche Chorgesiinge. Von C. Wonnberger 

The Brownie Paper Dolls. By Florence E. Cory 

Therapeutics: Its Principles and Practice. By H. C. 
Wood, M. D. 8th ed. 

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Proprietors. 



Jas. A. Stubbert, 

New York. 
C. Stanhope, 

Providence, R. I. 
Fillmore Bros., 

New York. 
Press Publishing Co., N. Y. 
World, New York. 

The New York Times, 

New York. 
H. S. Vail, 

Chicago. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
"N. Y. Staats-Zeituug," 

New York. 
American Shropshire Regis- 
try Ass'n, Harvey, 111. 
Arthur G. Sedgwick, 

New York. 
Norman L. Freeman, 

Springfield, 111. 
E T. Thayer, 

Boston. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
G. P. Fritze, 

Chicago. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Copyrighted and published 
by the American Humane 
Education Society, 

Boston. 
Theodore W. Siddall, 

Philadelphia. 
C. W. Crockett, 

Troy, N. Y. 
A. Bendel, 

Reading, Pa. 
Fred'k A. Stokes Co., 

New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Co. , 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Fkopkietoks. 



Daughters of Cauada. . . 
London's Social Event. 
An Oracle by the Sea . . 



Application for Membership Certificate in the Purchas- 
ers' Alliance. 

First Series of Examination Questions for Pianoforte 
Students. By Mrs. Crosby Adams. 

Lannelongue's Discovery.. 



The Imperial Visitor 

Gossip of Great Britain 

What is Heard in Paris 

A Witherel Prophet 

Purest Gems. By R. E. Hudson 

Among the Cannibals. By John T. Arnold 

A Long Moment. By Hugh L. Congdon 

New York Gossip. By Curtis Kinglake 

Fashion Gossip. By Margaret Hamm 

Where Ghosts Walk. By Andrew Gardner 

The Fall of the Bastille. By J. Frank Clark 

Reminiscences of Samuel J. Tilden. By Jos. Howard, jr.. 

Little Men : Big Purse 

Slinging French Slang 

A New Monte Carlo 

Three and One-half Miles to Miland 

About Newport Fashions 

New York Blanket-Sheets 

Turned Out to Grass 

Carrie Careless, a Sailor 

The American Roadster 

Are Lions Brave? 

The Woman of Fashion 



American Press Association, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Solon Lauer, 

Chicopee, Mass. 
G. P. Fritze, 

Chicago, 111. 
Mrs. Crosby Adams, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
R. E. Hudson, 

Alliance, Ohio. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 



BOOKS— CONTINl'KI). 



Titles. 

Supplement to Shepard's Kansas annotations in vol. 44... 

Not Our Friends 

No Tal k of Compromise 

Prospectus and Stock Subscription Contract of the North 
American Deposit and Investment Company. 

Easy Enough. By Mary A. Sawyer 



PKOI'KIKTOKS. 



Trained Animals. By C. F. Holder. 



I 

The South Seas. Life under the Equator. By R. L. ' 

Stevenson. 
Travel in the Sahara. By Hilarion Michel 



New York. 



The Doings of Raffles Haw. By Conan Doyle 



Glimpses of Force. Thoreau and Alcott. By Rose Haw- 
thorne Lathrop. 
An Iron Clutch. By Clarence Pullen 



The Fire Worshiper's Secret. By Andre Laurie and A. 

C. Townsend. 
A Grace Darling of the Lakes. By Edmund Collins.... 



A Three Thousand Mile Walk. ByC. F. Lummis. 



How Tom Spencer Won the Bicycle Race. By John Z. 

Rogers. 
The Problem of Jesus. By George Dana Boardman 



The Reunion Season Over. 



Latest News from Europe. Emperor William's Festive 
Week A mono; the British. 



Our Athletes in Europe 

Minneapolis : What to See and How to See it 

The Matrimonial Lottery 

The Manhattan Athletes 

Poem : "And who Purloins My Time and Brains?". 



Papers of the American Historical Association. Vol. 5, 
Parts 1-3. (January, April, and July, 1891.) 

United States Reports. Vol. 140, Part 4 



A Pacific Coast Hotel Directory. The Hotel Guide. 
July to October, 1891. 

The Reign of Selfishness 



The Book of the Sixth American Chess Congress. 1889. 

Edited by W. Steinitz. 
Our Athletes Abroad 



Frank Shepard, 

Chicago. 
Reform Press News Ass'n., 
New York. 
Reform Press News Ass'n., 

New York. 
N. A. D. and I. Co., 

Dubuque, Iowa. 

Mary A. Sawyer. 

C. F. Holder. 

S. S. McClure, 

Hilarian Michel. 

S. S. McClure, 

New York. 
Rose Hawthorne Lathrop. 

Clarence Pullen. 

S. S. McClure. 

Edmund Collins. 

C. F. Lummis. 

John Z. Rogers. 

G. D. Boardman, 

Philadelphia. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Sun Print'g and Pub. Ass'n, 

New York. 

Sun Print'g and Pub. Ass'n, 

New York. 
Pioneer Sav'gs and Loan Co. , 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
John Wesley Hooper, 

Chicago. 
American Historical Ass'n, 

New York. 

Banks & Brothers, 

New York. 
W. M. Patterson, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Samuel Walker, 

New York. 
Sixth Am. Chess Congress, 

New York. 
Press Pub. Co. (N. Y. World). 



BOOKS — Continued. 



Titles. 



Diehl's Grammar of Design. Part 1 

Ames' Catalogue of Ornate Initials, etc 

Manchester and its Leading Business Men. By George 

F. Bacon. 
The Sketch Book. By Washington Irving 

The Lady of the Lake. By Sir Walter Scott 

Poetical Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson 

Selections from the Poetical Works of Robert Browning. 

Romola By George Eliot 

The Alhambra. By Washington Irving 

Lorna Doone. By R. D. Blackmore 

The Scottish Chiefs. By Jane Porter 

Notre-Dame de Paris. By Victor Hugo 

Lalla Rookh. By Thomas Moore 

Poetical Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning 

Lucille. By Owen Meredith 

For the Instruction of Agents Selling Sacred Pictures 

' ' Queek's ' ' New Record 

The Talk of London. July 10, 1891 

Building Bond 

Lake George and Lake Cham plain. By R. S. Stoddard. 

21st ed. 
The Evolution of Botany. By Frederick J. Wulling. 

(Evolution Series No. 7. June 1, 1891.) 
Social Register. August, 1891 

Maid Marian and other Stories. By Molly E. Seawell. ... 

New World. By Otto Fimell 

Boyd's Syracuse Directory. 1891 

Annotated Code of Civil Procedure of the State of New 

York, as in force July 1, 1891. 
Beadle's Pocket Library. July 15, 1891 

Beadle's Half Dime Library. July 14, 1891 

New York Detective Library. July 18, 1891 



Pbopmetoiis. 



C. Rossi Diehl, 

New York. 

D. T. Ames, 

New York. 
Mercantile Publishing Co., 

Boston. 
Thomas Y. Crow-ell & Co., 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. , 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. , 

New T York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co , 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co , 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
J. W. Morton, jr., 

Philadelphia. 
Press Pub. Co. (N.Y. World). 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New Fork. 
William Quayles, 

Denver, Colo. 
R. S. Stoddard, 

Glens Falls, N. Y. 
Brooklyn Ethical Ass'n, 

New York. 
Social Register Association, 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Otto Fimell, 

Boston. 
Boj-d's Directory Corps, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Banks & Brothers, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pboprietors. 



The Five-Cent Wide Awake Library. July 18, 185)1 Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
The Boy's Star Library. July 4, 1891 ' Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
Mendonca's Skirts Clear PressPub. Co.(N.Y. World). 

Personals and Politics 1 »ress 1 'ub. Co. ( N. Y. World ) . 

From Killarney to Kilkenny. By George D. Mitchell George D. Mitchell. 

A Unique Document: The Political Testament of Doni N. Y. Mail and Express, 

Pedro de Alcantara. New York. 

The Master Builder's Specification of Work and Material.. William Quayle, 

Denver, Colo. 
Master Plumber's Specification William Quayle, 

Denver, Colo. 



PERIODICALS. 



The Northwest Illustrated Monthly Magazine. July, 

1891. 
The Inventive Age. July 14, 1891 

The Illustrated American. July 18, 1891 

The Epoch. July 3, 10, and 17 

The Keynote. Educational number. June- July, 1891... 

The Quiver. August, 1891 

The Rural New Yorker. July 18, 1891 

New York Clipper. July 4, 11, and 18, 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveler. July 1 1 and 18, 1891 

American Machinist, July 1, 8, and 16, 1891 

American Builder. July, 1891 

The Insurance Critic. July, 1891 

Svea. Illustrerad Journal. Juli, 1891 

The American Musical Times. July, 1891 

The Christian Herald. July 1, 8, and 15, 1891 

The Illustrated Police News. July 18, 1 891 

New-Yorker Dressmaker Zeitung. July 1 and 15, 1891... 

Sporting Forecasts. July 11-17 

American Catholic Quarterly Review. July, 1891 



E. V. Smalley, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
J as. T. Dubois and R. G. Du- 
bois, Washington, D. C. 
Illustrated American Pub- 
lishing Co. , New Y^ork. 
The Epoch Publishing Co., 
New York. 
J. O. Von Prochazka, 

New York. 
Cassell Publishing Co., 

New York. 
Rural Home Co. , 

New York. 
Frank Queen Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Review Printing Co., 

Chic. & Little Rock, Ark. 
American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 
American Builder Publish- 
ing Co. , Cleveland, Ohio. 
George W. Corliss, 

New York and Chicago. 
Gustaf Ljungberg, 

New York and Chicago. 
D. O. Evans, 

Youngstown, Ohio. 
Louis Klopsch, 

New York. 
Police News Pub. Co. , 

New York. 
A. Tessmer, 

New York. 
The Sporting W T orld Co., 

New York. 
Hardy & Mahony, 

Philadelphia. 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Ernest Young, jr., 

New York. 
American Field Pub. Co. , 

New York and Chicago. 
West Publishing Co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Charles W. Smiley, 

Washington, D. C. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Outing Company (Lim.), 

New York. 
Central Law Journal Co. , 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Jerome B. Howard, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Andrew J. Graham, 

New York. 
Artotype Publishing Co., 

New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
W. T. Comstock, 

New York. 

The Youth's Companion. July 16, 1891 1 Perry Mason & Co., 

Boston. 
St. Louis Life. July 9, 1891 



Illustrated Christian Weekly. July 18, 1 89 1 

The American Field. July 18, 1891 

The Atlantic Reporter. July 8, 1891 

The Southeastern Reporter. July 7, 1891 

The Southwestern Reporter. July 6, 1891 

The Southern Reporter. July 8, 1891 

The Northeastern Reporter. July 10, 1891 

The Northwestern Reporter. July 1 1, 1891 

The New York Supplement. July 9, 1891 

The Pacific Reporter. July 9, 1891 

American Monthly Microscopical Journal. June, 1891.. 

The New York Family Story Paper. July 25, 1891 

Golden Hours. July 18, 1891 

Outing Weekly Tennis Record. July 11 and 18, 1891.... 

The Central Law Journal. July 10, 1891 

The Phonographic Magazine. July, 1891 

The Student's Journal. July, 1891 

Portraits of Dogs of the Day. July, 1891 

The American Journal of Obstetrics. July, 1891 

Architecture and Building. July 11, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Bradstreet's. July 11, 1891. 



American Paper Trade and Wood Pulp News. July 11, 

1891. 
Electric Power. July, 1891 



The Popular Railway Guide. July, 1891 , 

Tobacco. July 10, 1891 

Texas Siftings. July 18, 1891 

Fashion and Fancy. August, 1 89 1 , 

Brooklyn Life. July 18, 1891 



S. V. Moore, 

St. Louis. 
The Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
Andrew Geyer, 

New York. 
Electric Power Pub. Co., 

New York. 

Popular Railway Guide Co. 

San Francisco. 

The T. H. Delano Pub. Co., 

New York. 

Texas Siftings Pub. Co. , 

New York and London. 
Fashion and Fancy Co. , 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Brooklyn Life Publishing 

Co. Brooklyn, N.Y. 



PERIODICALS— Contixiki). 



Titles. 



The Sporting Life. July 18, 1891 

The American Florist. July 16, 1891 

Bahy Pathfinder Railway Guide. July 15, 1891 



The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review. July 

15, 1891. 
The School Journal. July 18, 1891 



Fanciers 1 Journal. July 18, 1891 

The Banner Weekly. August 1, 1891 

Medical Record. July 18,1891 

The Enterprise Trade Journal. July, 1891 

Cassell's Family Magazine. August, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. Extra No. July 14, 1891. 

Cordage Trade Journal. July 15, 1891 

Harper's Bazar. August!, 1891 

Harper's Weekly. July 18, 1891 

Harper's Young People. July 7 and 14, 1891 

Garden and Forest. July 15, 1891 

The American Bookmaker. July, 1891 

Golden Days. July 25, 1891 

Saturday Night. August!, 1891 

The Missionary Review. August, 1891 

The Commercial Bulletin. July 11, 1891 

Albany Law Journal. July 11, 1891 

American Stock-Keeper. July 11, 1891 

Farmers' Review. July 8, 1891 

New York Medical Journal. July 11, 1891 

Around the World on Foot. July 1 1 , 1 891 

The Liberty Bell. July 9, 1891 

The American Contractor. July 11, 1891 

Engineering and Mining Journal. July 11, 1891 

2 T E 



Propeietoks. 



Sporting Life Publishing 
Co. , Philadelphia. 

American Florist Co. , 

Chicago and New York. 
New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Co., Boston. 
Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York and Chicago. 
Fanciers' Publishing Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Wm. Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Jos. Glucksman, 

Cincinnati. 
Cassell Publishing Co. , 

London and New York. 
The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
Chas. H. Delano, 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 
Howard Lockwood & Co. , 
New York. 
Jas. Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Jas. Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Curtis,. Guild & Co., 

Boston. 
Weed, Parsons & Co. , 

Albany. 
American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Co., Boston. 
Hannibal H. Chandler & Co. , 
Chicago. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Botzum & Kennedy, 

Akron, Ohio. 
Liberty Bell Pub. Company, 
Sioux City, Iowa. 
B. Edwards & Co., 

Boston. 
Scientific Publishing Co. , 

New York. 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Engineering Record. July 11, 1891 

The Original Chatterbox. July, 1891 

The Pythian Knight. July, 1891 

Fox's Illustrated Weekly. July 20, 1891 

The Brickmaker. July 15, 1891 

The World's Progress. July, 1891 

Boston Musical Herald. June, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. July 13, 1891. 

The Herald. July 2 and 9, 1891 

The Housekeeper. July 15, 1891 



The Railway Corporation and Law Journal. July 11, 

1891. 
The Architectural Era. July, 1891 



The Southern Magazine. Vol. 1, No. 1 

American Architect and Building News. July 11, 1891... 

The New Nation. July 4, 11, and 18, 1891 

Goldth waite' s Geographical Magazine 

Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. August, 1 891 

The Hub. July, 1891 

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. August 1, 1891. . 

Special Kabeldepeschen. July 1 1-17, 1 891 

Good News. August 1, 1891 

The Christian Union. July 18,1891 

Financial and Commercial Chronicle. July 11, 1891.... 

The Electrical World. July 18, 1891.... 

The Lookout. July, 1891 

The New YorkXedger. July 18, 1891 

The Golden Weekly. July 30, 1891 

The Sunday School Times. July 18, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. July 18, 1891... 
Judge. July 18, 1891 



Peoprietoes. 



Henry C. Meyer, 

New York and London. 
Estes & Lauriat, 

Boston. 
Electric Printing and Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 
Richard K. Fox, 

New York. 
Charles T. Davis, 

Chicago. 
Oliver J. Bailey, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Boston Musical Herald, 

Boston. 
F. T. Low, 

New York. 
J. S. Ross, 

Eldora, Hardin Co. , Iowa. 
Buckeye Publishing Co., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
L. K. Strouse & Co., 

New York. 
D. Mason & Co., 

New York. 
Elmer E. Barton, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Ticknor & Co., 

Boston. 
Edward Bellamy, 

Boston. 
Wm. M. & J. C. Goldth waite, 
New York. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
The Hub Publishing Co., 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
New York Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Christian Union Co. , 

New York. 
Wm. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
The W. J. Johnston Co. 
(Lim.), New York. 

J. Stilman Smith & Co., 

Boston. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
Judge Publishing Co. , 

New York. 
Judge Publishing Co., 

New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Life July 16 1891 


Mitchell & Miller 


The Waterbury. July, 1891 


New York. 
The Waterbury Watch Co., 
Waterbury, Conn. 
Westminster Pub. Co , 


American Notes and Queries. July 4, 1891 


The Writer. July, 1891 


Philadelphia. 
William H Hills 


Electrical Review. July 18, 1891 


Boston. 


The Electrical Age. July 11, 1891 


New York. 
Electrical Age Pub. Co , 

New York, 


St Louis Market Reporter. July 13-18 . 


Center-Thoughts No 1 July 1891.. 


St. Louis, Mo. 
M. Elizabeth Walker, 

Cerro Gordo, 111. 


Central Law Journal. July 17, 1891 


The People's Railway Guide. July 15, 1891 


St. Louis, Mo. 
C S. Pease, 


American Musical Times. July. 1891 


Albany, N. Y. 
The Amer. Mus. Times Pub. 


The Chautauquan. August, 189 1 


Co., Youngstown, Ohio. 
Theodore L. Flood. 




Meadville, Pa. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Dance of the Fairies. Music by G. R. Paine G. R. Paine, 

Bridge water, Mass. 

DioneValse. Music by G. R. Paine G. R. Paine, 

Bridgewater, Mass. 
R. P. I. March for Two Banjos. Music by V. W. Smith.. E. H. Miller, 

Troy, N. Y. 
R. P. I. March for Mandolin and Guitar. Music by V. i E. H. Miller, 

W. Smith. Troy, N. Y. 

R. P. I. March for Piano. Music by V. W. Smith E. H. Miller, 

Troy, N. Y. 
R. P. I. March for Ban jeaurine. Music by V. W. Smith.. E. H. Miller, 

Troy, N. Y. 
R. P. I. March for Piccolo Banjo. Music by V. W. Smith.. E. H. Miller, 

Troy, N. Y. 

O Salutaris. Music by R. Baez Chas. Hambitzer, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Bon Ton Martha. Music by T. M. Glaessuer | Chas. Hambitzer, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Valse Brillante. Music by Henry Wiesbauer I Frank Brehm, 

Erie, Pa. 
Waltz of the Winds. Music by F. D. Patterson Frank Brehm, 

L' Joyeuse Valse. Caprice. Music by A. M. Cohen. 



Come Home, there is Bread and to Spare. Words and 

music by G. F. Sargent. 
The Light of Asia, by Edwin Arnold. Music by Isidore 

de Lara. Vocal score. 



Frank Brehm, 
Geo. F. Sargent. 
Fred'k A. Post, 



Erie, Pa. 



New York. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 




Joshua Gill. 




Joshua Gill. 




J. C. Grasmuk, 




New York. 
J C Grasmuk, 


The Spanish Carnival Waltz. Music by F. W. Meacham.. 
Rather Pretty Polka Music by H. Castle 


New York. 
Willis Woodward & Co. , 

New York. 
Willis Woodward & Co., 




New York. 
Willis Woodward & Co., 




New York. 
Willis Woodward & Co. , 


I Knew It. Words and music by Loren Bragdou 

My Dear Old Mother's Home. Music by Joe Hart 


New York. 
Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 
Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 
A. M. Leete. 




J. Schott, 


Tra-la-la. Music by Gordigrani ; arranged by T. Hoch... 


New York. 
J. Schott, 

New York. 
J. Schott. 


Sweet Apple Blossoms Song Waltz. Music by Jno. P. 
Curren. 


New York. 
J. Schott, 

New York. 
J. Schott, 


Maggie Malone. Words by J. A. Nelson ; music by A. 

S. Josselyn. 
The New Whippoorwill Polka. Music by H. L. Taylor... 


New York. 
A. S. Josselyn, 

Providence, R. I. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
The John Church Co 




Cincinnati, Ohio. 
The John Church Co , 




Cincinnati, Ohio. 
The John Church Co , 


Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin. Arranged by E. Gar- 

giulo. 
Hilarity Quadrille. Music by Barclay Walker 


Cincinnati, Ohio. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 


Barcarolle. Mnsic by G. Ludovic 


Cincinnati, Ohio. 
The John Church Co. , 


Daisy Deane. Words by T. F. Winthrop ; music by J. 

R. Murray. 
The Angelus at Twilight. Music by F. W. Lawrence.... 

L'Adieu. Arranged for organ by M. C. Baldwin 


Cincinnati, Ohio. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
F. W. Lawrence, 

East Orange, N. J. 
Miles J. Thompson, 

Boston. 
Geo. Willig& Co., 

Baltimore, Md. 
J. R. Bell, 

Kansas City, Mo. 


Mynherr Jan. Music by Jakobowski ; arranged by D. 

M. H. May. 
Sometimes Think of Me. Words by H. Mack; music 

by C. V. Wegern. 



13 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Con tinted. 



Title. 

A Spring Meeting (Robin to Wren). Words by C. Scol- 

lard ; music by II. O. Wheeler. 
La Mignonne Waltz Guitar Solo. Music by C. H. Jones.. 

Olivette Guitar Solo. Music by C. H. Jones 

Ellenette Waltz Guitar Solo. Music by C. H. Jones 

Chimes of Normandy. Music by Planquette ; arranged 

by J. B. Clans. 
Adelphia Sketch Club March. Music by Jos. Clauder... 

Do All the Good That You Can. Words by I. Kroch ; 

music by H. F. Smith. 
Daisy O' the Dell. Words by C. H. Becket ; music by 

F. Gedney. 
Chattahoochee Fire Company Chimes. Music by J. A. 

Price. 
I Give Myself, O Lord, to Thee. Music by Joshua Gill.. 

L. C. C. Polka. Music by T. O. Harris 

Postal Polka Music by Paul T. Wayne 

Erie Overture. Music by D. Mansfield 

Tyro Mazurka. By Brooks and Denton 

Salute Quickstep. Music by J. P. Rowbotham 

May Festival. Music by W. S. Ripley 

Keystone State March. Music by J. L. Frock 

Varsoviana. Music by A. Dod worth; arranged by G. 

Wiegand. 
Bright Thoughts Gavotte. Music by R. E. Hildreth 

The Maid of Orleans. Music by H. Hofman 

Order of Music for the Tenth Annual Festival of the 
Choir Guild of the Diocese of New Jersey. 

Nuptial Chimes. Written by J. P. Hogan; music by T. 
Hindley. 

Maiden Beauty Gavotte. Music by E. Hoist 

Speak Not Unkindly to Your Mother. Words by G. 

Cooper; music by C. T. French. 
Method for the Viola. By Victor Jansen 

The Cloister Waltz. Music by E. H. Prout; arranged 

by T. H. Rollinson. 
The Dancer's Dream. Music by Alfred De Seve 

Cradle Song. Music by Theo. Bendix 

Enchantment. Music by Wm. Bendix 

Strike M e a Note. Music by F. Boott 



Proprietors. 



J. R. Bell, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
J. R. Bell, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
J. R. Bell, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
J. R. Bell, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
W. H. Cundy, 

Boston. 
W. H. Cundy, 

Boston. 
I. Kroch, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Kansas City Piano Co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 
John B. Whitlock, 

Joshua Gill. 

The Louis Grunewald Co. 
(Lim.), New Orleans. 

Philip Werlein, 

New Orleans. 
D. Mansfield, 

San Francisco. 
The Brooks & Denton Banjo 
Music Co. , New York. 
Brophy Bros., 

Philadelphia. 
Brophy Bros., 

Philadelphia. 
Brophy Bros., 

Philadelphia. 
J. Schott, 

New York. 
J. Schott, 

New York. 
Mrs. John P. Morgan. 

The Choir Guild of the Dio- 
cese of New Jersey. 
Frank Harding, 

New York. 
Chas. W. Nathan. 

Chas. T. French. 

Victor Jansen, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , 

Boston. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , 

Boston. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , 

Boston. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , 

Boston. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , 

Boston. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Take Care. Music by Eugene Griinberg 

A Summer Dream. Words and music by K. Kent. 



My Perfect Love. Words by Herman Smith ; music by 

Henry J. Wood. 
Mandolin Method. By Winner 



Polish Mazurka. Music by Eugene Griinberg. 

Rondo Giocoso. Music by G. R. Paine 

Reverie Op. 14. Music by G. R. Paine... 

Lullaby. Music by G. R. Paine 



Proprietors. 



Oliver Ditson Co. , 
Oliver Ditson Co., 
Oliver Ditson Co. , 
Oliver Ditson Co., 
Oliver Ditson Co. , 



Boston. 
Boston. 
Boston. 
Boston. 
Boston. 



G. R. Paine, 

Bridgewater, Mass. 
G. R. Paine, 

Bridgewater, Mass. 
G. R. Paine, 

Bridgewater, Mass. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Myron H. Whitney, "Bass" 

William H. Rieger, "Tenor" 

Victor Herbert 

Generals U. S. Grant, W. T. Sherman, Phil. Sheridan... 

Hugh J. Grant, Mayor 

A Happy Mother 

Nina Farrington. Nos. 1-7 

Lily Brinck, No. 1 

"San Francisco," U. S. N * 

One of "the Bevy." 

Flowers and Snow 

Henry E. Dixey 



Geo. H. Van Nerman, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Geo. H. Van Nerman, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Geo. H. Van Nerman, 

Springfield, Mass. 
D. H. Anderson, 

New York. 
D. H. Anderson, 

New York. 
Joseph P. Knapp, 

New York. 
B. J. Falk, 

New York. 
B. J. Falk, 

New York. 
J. S. Johnston, 

New York. 
B. J. Falk. 

New York. 
F. S. Balster, 

Duray, Colo. 
Elmer & Chickering, 

Boston. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Rippling Waves : Boat Song by G. Millward. 

A Great Double Team Trot 

A Race from the word " Go ! " 

Off on the First Score 



Oliver Ditson Co. 
Currier & Ives, 
Currier & Ives, 
Currier & Ives, 



Boston. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 



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LITIKK.U AIM IS -Continued. 



Titles. 



A Rattling Heat 

A Cross Matched Race 

The Pacing King, Hal Pointer, by Brown Hal 

The Great Sire of Trotters, Electioneer, by Rysdyk 
Hambletonian. 



Proprietors. 



Currier & Ives. 
Currier & Ives, 
Currier & Ives, 
Currier & Ives, 



New York. 
New York. 



New York. 



New York. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



In Loving Remembrance of 

Patent Wash-out Ventilating Water-closets, The "Ro- 
man ' ' and ' ' Undine. ' ' 
The Sleeping Beauty 

View of Irwin, Pa., in 1860 

View of Irwin, Pa., in 1891 

Hon. William McKinley, jr 

Le Voyageur. Painted by J. L. E. Meissonnier ; etched 
by A. Boulard. 

The Loving Cup. Painted by Seymour Lucas ; en- 
graved by J. B. Pratt. 



William Hamilton Steiner, 

Philadelphia. 

The J. L. Mott Iron Works, 

New York. 
Hopcraft & Co., 

New York. 
C. A. Thompson, 

Irwin, Pa. 
C. A. Thompson, 

Irwin, Pa. 
Joseph Glucksman, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
M. Knoedler & Co., 

New York. 
M. Knoedler & Co., 

New York. 



CHARTS. 



The Tabulated Phonetic Alphabet. 2d ed 

Soil Pipe Fittings 

Descriptive Plant Analysis 



Caleb Piatt Simpson. 

The J. L. Mott Iron Works, 
New York. 
E. F. Bigelow, 

Portland, Conn. 



DRAWING. 



Design of Machine Shop and Foundry. By the Berlin ! Burr K. Field. 
Iron Bridge Co. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 



IN<>. :t. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON, 



UNDER 



THE COPYKIGHT LAW. 



FROM 



July 20 to July 25, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has been 
completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division oj Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Propeietobs. 



Kilkenny to Belfast. By Geo. D. Mitchell 

In Memoriam. By Alfred, Lord Tennyson 

Idylls of the King. By Alfred, Lord Tennyson 

The Princess. By Alfred, Lord Tennyson 

A King of Tyre. By James M. Lndlow 

The Woman of Fire. By Adolphe Belot 

Illustrated Catalogue of Baker & Vawter Company 

Bradstreet's Commercial Reports. Vol. 94. July, 1891. 

"Lakeside" Directory of Chicago..... 

A Man's Conscience. By Avery Macalpine 

Dolly. By Maria Louise Pool 

The Uncle of an Angel. By Thomas A. Janvier 

Tales of Two Countries. By Alexander Kiebland 

Beadle's Library. No. 730 

Beadle's Dime Lihraiy. No. 665 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 398 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 17 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 393 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 17 

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 730 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 665 

Hamburg Had a Hop Joint. 1891 

The Kaiser in England 

Car Lubrication. By W. E. Hall 

Did it Ever Occur to You , 

Ayer's Preserve Book 

The Logarithmic Spiral Curve. By Win. Cox 

(3) 



George D. Mitchell, 

Wellsboro, Pa. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co.. 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell, 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Laird & Lee, 

Chicago. 
Baker & Vawter Co. , 

Chicago, 111. 
The Bradstreet Co. , 

New York. 
Chicago Directory Co., 

Chicago, 111. 
Avery Macalpine, 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
The World, 

New York. 
New York Associated Press, 

New York. 
John Wiley & Sons, 

New York. 
Shannon & Mason, 

Boston. 
J. C. Ayer & Co., 

Lowell, Mass. 
Keuffel & Esser Co., 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



About Advertising. By Nathaniel C. Fowler, jr. Paper 

No. 12. 
The Brewer Longitudinal Axle Lubricator , 



Universal Song. Official Journal 



The Echo. A Music Journal. 



Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers. 

(May 1891.) 
Divine Order of Human Society. By Robert Ellis 

Thompson. 
Hidden Mystery Unraveled. By Charles W. Smith 



Republica. By John Preston Campbell 

The Shadow Detective. By Old Sleuth 

Fontinoy, the Swordsman. By Fortunie Du Boisgobey. . 

Lain's Elite Directory of Brooklyn 

Wood's Medical and Surgical Monographs 



A Compend of Human Physiology. By Albert P. 

Brubaker. 
Catalogue 1891. Ryan-McDonald Manufacturing Co.... 



Latest News from Europe 

Good-By to the Americans 

A New World Record 

Nye Talks Porcelain 

Kirwin's Saratoga Springs Directory 

The Newport Directory. By Sampson, Murdock & Co.. 

Williams' Scranton Directory. By J. E. Williams 

Tales for a Stormy Night. Translations from Tourg- 

nemff, Balzae, Nurvenice, Daudet. 
Manipulation of the Microscope. By Edward Bausch. . 



County Superintendents' Record (school districts). 

Secretary's Record Book (school township) 

Holy Face Hymnal. By Sisters of Mercy 

Improved Ball Automatic Cut-off Engines 



Addition Systematized. By C. H. Wolfe and O. W. 

Weyer. 
New York Detective Library. No. 452. July 25, 1891. 



Nathaniel C. Fowler, 

Boston. 
Charles W. Brewer, 

Boston. 
The American Tonic Sol-Fa 
Association and College of 
Music. 
The Echo Music Company, 
Lafayette, Ind. 
American Society of Civil 
Engineers, New York. 
John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
Chas W. Smith, 

Guthrie, Ok. 
John Preston Campbell, 

Philadelphia. 
George Munro, 

New York. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago, 111. 
Lain & Co., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Wm. Wood & Co., 

New York. 
P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Ryan - McDonald Manufac- 

turingCo., Baltimore, Md. 

The Sun Printing and Pub. 

Association, New York. 

The Sun Printing and Pub. 

Association, New York. 

The Sun Printing and Pub. 

Association, New York. 

Edgar W. Nye, 

New York. 
William H. Kirwin, 

Lockport, N. Y. 
Sampson, Murdock & Co., 

Boston. 
J. E. Williams, 

Scranton, Pa. 
Robert Clarke & Co. , 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Bausch & Lowd Optical Co. , 
Rochester, N. Y. 
George W. Crane, 

Topeka, Kans. 
State Capital Printing Co. , 

Guthrie, Ok. 
J. Fischer & Bro., 

New York. 
The Ball & Wood Co., 

New York. 
Central School Journal, 

Keokuk, Iowa. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 



ROOKS— CONTIMKD. 



Titles. 


Peopeietobs. 


Wide Awake Library. No. 1060. July 25, 1891 


Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
Norman L. Mnnro, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
Geo. A. Houston, 

Beloit, Wis. 
James W. Johnson. 


( )ld Cap Col lier Library. No. 407. July 18, 1 891 

Boy's Star Library. No. 215 

The America Heater and Hot- Water Circulator 

Women of Fashion 




James W. Johnson 


Gossip from G ermany 

The Fogy Days. By Dave U. Sloan 

A Grass Widow. By the author of "The Crack of 

Doom." 
Laws of New Jersey. 1891 

Beulah Barton's Birthday. By Mary Kyle Dallas 

Hannah Fearing' s Fortune. By Augusta Larned 

Of Lawn Tennis 

Gladys Evelyn's Eomance. July 23, 1891 

Tom Croly's Word. By Geo. W. Hamilton 


New York Associated Press. 

D. U. Sloan, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

E. Brandus&Co., 

New York. 

E. G. Keasby, C. L. Berg- 
meyer, Trenton, N. J. 

The American Press Asso- 
ciation, New York. 

The American Press Asso- 
ciation, New Y'ork. 

The American Press Asso- 
ciation, New Y'ork. 

Press Publishing Co. , N. Y. 
World, New York. 

Standard Pub. Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



PERIODICALS. 



The Cosmopolitan. August, 1891 

School and Home. July 21, 1891 

Farmers' Review. July 22, 1891 

Good News. August 8, 1891 . 

The New York Medical Journal. July 25, 1891. 

The Christian Union. July 25, 1891 

Scribner's Magazine. August, 1891 

The Atlantic Monthly. August, 1891 

The Forum. August, 1891 

The Banner Weekly. No. 456 

The Banner Weekly. No. 456 



The Cosmopolitan Pub. Co. , 

New Y'ork. 
Wm. L. Thomas, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Hannibal H. Chandler & Co. , 
Chicago. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Christian Union Co., 

New Y^ork. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
The Forum Pub. Co., 

New Y T ork. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Puck July 22 

Daughters of America. July, 1891 

Hallett's Americau Farmer. July, 1891 

The Boys of New York. August 8, 1891 

New York Clipper. July 25, 1891 

The Ave Maria. July 25, 1891 . 

The Railway aud Corporation Law Journal. July 18, 

1891. 
Underwood's Counterfeit Reporter. July-August, 1891.. 

Farmers' Review. July 15, 1891 

Amusement Gazette. July 20, 1891 

Texas Sittings. July 25, 1891 

New York and Paris Fashion Bazaar. August, 1891 

The American Contractor. July 18, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. July 18, 1891 

Tobacco. July 17, 1891 

The American Stock-keeper. July 18, 1891 

The New York Fireside Companion. August 1, 1891 

The New York Fireside Companion. August 8, 1891 

The Keystone. July, 1891 

Sunday School Times. July 25, 1891 

St Louis Life. July 16, 1891 

The Therapeutic Gazette. July 15, 1891 

The Banking Law Journal. July 15, 1891 

Quarterly Review. July, 1891 

The Electrical World. July 25, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. July 23, 1891 

Illustrated Christian Weekly. ' July 25, 1891 

Scientific American. July 25, 1891 

Scientific A merican Supplement. July 25, 1891 



Pbopbietobs. 



Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
True& Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
H. Hallett&Co., 

Portland, Me. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
The Frank Queen Pub. Co. , 

New York. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
L. K. Strouse&Co., 

New York. 
Anthony Stumpp & Co. , 

New York. 
Hannibal H. Chandler & Co. , 
Chicago, 111. 
F. T. Low, 

New York. 
Texas Siftings Pub. Co., 

New York. 
George Munro, 

New York. 
B. Edwards & Co., 

Chicago-New York. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
The T. H. Delano Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Am. Stock-keeper Pub. Co. , 
Boston. 
George Munro, 

New York. 
George Munro, 

New York. 
S. H. Steele, 

Philadelphia. 
John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
St. Louis Life, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
George S. Davis, 

Detroit, Mich. 
T. B. Paton, 

New York. 
United Brethren Publishing- 
House, Dayton, Ohio. 
TheW. J. Johnson Co., 

New York. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
N. Y., Boston, Phil., & Chic. 
Ernest Young, jr., 

New York. 
Munn & Co., 

New- York. 
Munn & Co. , 

New York. 



PFKIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Domestic Monthly. August, 1 891 

Forest and Stream. July 23, 1891 

Illustrated Police News. July 25, 18yl 

National Police Gazette. August 1 , 1891 

The Youth's Companion. July 23, 1891 

Some of God's Promises. Service No. 1. By Susie S. 

Hubhell. 
Albany Law Journal. July 18, 1891 

The Mail Coach. July 25, 1891 

Bradstreets. July 18, 1891 

Fox's Weekly. July 27, 1891 

Lawyers' Keports Annotated. July 13, 1891 

Sail and Paddle. July 18, 1891 

Life. July 23, 1891 

Talent. July, 1891 

Judge. July 25, 1891 

Lippincott' s. August, 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveller. July 25, 1891 

The Golden Weekly. August 6, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. July 1 1 , 1891 

The Illustrated American. July 25, 1891 

The Doll's Dress-Maker. July, 1891 

The American Paper Trade and Wood Pulp News. July 

18, 1891. 
The Youth's Companion. July 23, 1891 

The Illustrated Family Herald. July, 1891.... 

The Practical Housekeeper. July, 1891 

Our Home and Fireside Magazine. July, 1891 

Our Little Ones and the Nursery. August, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated July 25, 1891 

The People's Illustrated Journal. July, 1891 



Pbopbietobs. 



H. C. Faulkner, 

New York. 
Forest and Stream Pub. Co. , 
New York. 
Police News Pub. Co. , 

Boston. 
Richard K. Fox, 

New York. 
Perry Mason & Co. , 

Boston. 
United Society of Christian 
Endeavor, Boston. 

Weed, Parsons & Co. , 

Albany, N. Y. 
The Mail Coach Co., 

New York. 
The Bradstreet Co. , 

New York. 
Richard K. Fox, 

New York. 
Lawyers' Cooperative Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Nautical Publishing Co., 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Talent Publishing Co., 

New York. 
The Judge Publishing Co. , 
New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Co., 

Philadelphia, 
Review Print. Co., 

Chicago, 111. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 

The Westminster Pub. Co. , 

Philadelphia. 

Illustrated American Pub. 

Co., . New York. 

Jennie Moore, 

New York. 
Andrew Given, 

New York. 
Perry Mason & Co., 

Boston. 
True& Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
H. Hallett&Co., 

Portland, Me. 
H. Hallett&Co., 

Portland, Me. 
Russell Pub. Co., 

Boston. 
Judge Pub. Co., 

New York. 
George Stinson & Co., 

Portland, Me. 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Sunshine for Youth. July, 1891 

The Christian Herald. July 22, 1891 

Golden Moments. July, 1891 

The National Farmer. July, 1891 

The People's Literary Companion. July, 1891 

North American Review. August, 1 891 

The Homiletic Review. August, 1891 

The Pansy. July, 1891 

Wide Awake. July, 1891 

Our Little Men and Women. July, 1891 

The Story-Teller. July, 1891 

Babyland. July, 1891 

The Busy Bee. By J. F. Kinsey 

The Electrical Engineer. July 22, 1891 

The Popular Science Monthly. August, 1891 

The Rural New Yorker. July 25, 1891 

Harper's Weekly. July 25, 1891 

Harper's Young People. July 21, 1891 

Harper's Bazar. August 8, 1891 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. July 18, 1891.. 

The Thrifty Farmer and Fireside Magazine. July, 1891.. 

True's Farming World and Household Magazine. July, 

1891. 
The Delineator. August, 1891 

Golden Days. August 1,1891 

The Arena, August, 1891 , 

Current Law. July 20, 1891 

The New York Ledger. July 25, 1891 

The Epoch. July 24, 1891 

The North-Eastern Reporter. July 17, 1891 



E. C. Allen, 

Augusta, Me. 
Louis Klopsch, 

New York. 
True& Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
E. C. Allen, 

Augusta, Me. 
E. C. Allen, 

Augusta, Me. 
Lloyd Brice, 

New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
D. Lothrop Company, 

Boston. 
D. Lothrop Company, 

Boston. 
D. Lothrop Company, 

Boston. 
D. Lothrop Company, 

Boston. 
D. Lothrop Company, 

Boston. 
The Echo Music Co., 

Lafayette, Ind. 
The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Rural Publishing Co., 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Wm. B.Dana & Co., 

New York. 
George Stinson & Co. , 

Portland, Me. 
True & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
The Butterick Pub. Co., 

London and New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
The Arena Pub. Co. , 

Boston. 
The Law News Bureau, 

Chicago. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
The Epoch Pub. Co., 

New York. 
West Publishing Co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 



PHIUODICALS— Continwki). 



Titles. 



PROPBIETOES. 



The North- Western Reporter. July 18, 1891 

Golden Hours. August 1, 1891 

Outing. July 25, 1891 

American Architect. July 18, 1891 , 

Pharmaceutical Record. July 23, 1891 

The New Nation. July 25, 1891 

The Sunday School World. August, 1891 

Outing. July 25, 1891 

Golden Hours. August 1, 1891 , 

Street and Smith's New York Weekly. August 8, 1891 

Medical Record. July 25, 1891 

Fox's Weekly. August 3, 1891 



West Publishing Co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Outing Co., L't'd, 

New York. 
Ticknor & Co. , 

Boston. 
Pharmaceutical Record Co. , 

New York. 
Edward Bellamy, 

Boston. 
American S. S. Union, 

Phil, and New York. 
Outing Co., L't'd, 

New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Wm. Wood &Co., 

New York. 
Richard K. Fox, 

New York. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Wake Not, But Hear Me, Love. Music by August Kraff. 

Danse Africaine. Music by J. F. Gilder 

Fresh Life. Music by F. Spindler ; arranged by L. 

Keach. 
My Compliments Polka. Music by E. Griinberg 

A Sea Song. Music by T. J. Smith 

Valse des Hirondelles. Music by F. Samary 

Serenade a Ninon. Music by Paul Dupont 

Ronde des Elf es. Music by Paul Dupont 

Carmina Valse. Music by Henry Wehrmann 

Woodland Echo Music by Remy Eichelberger 

Speed on My Bark. Words by Chas. Kenna ; music by 

J. J. Nolan. 
First Mazurka in D Minor. Music by Benj. Godard 

Gay Butterflies' Caprice. Music by Louis Gregh 

Morning Ride Albumleaf. Music by Louis Gregh 

2TU 



Oliver Ditson Co. , 






Boston 


Oliver Ditson Co. , 






Boston 


Oliver Ditson Co. , 






Boston 


Oliver Ditson Co. , 






Boston 


T. J. Smith. 




E. Schuberth & Co. 




New York 


E. Schuberth & Co. 




New York 


E. Schuberth & Co. 




New York 


Henry Wehrmann, 




New York 


Remy Eichelberger 




Frank Harding, 




New York 


G. Schirmer, 




New York. 


G. Schirmer, 




New York. 


G. Schirmer, 




New York 



10 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Title. 



Adieu. Music by F. Schubert ; transcribed for Piano 
by Stephen Heller. 

Robin Hood Waltz. Music by Reginald de Koven ; ar- 
ranged by George Wiegand. 

Robin Hood Lancers. Music by Reginald de Koven ; 
arranged by George Wiegand. 

La Dance des Sylphides. Music by Theo. Kullak 

March des Pompiers. Music by Michael Watson 

The Song My Mothers Sang. Music by Carl Bohm '.; 

La Perle du Bresil. Music by David 

The Broom, the Shovel, the Poker, and the Tongs. 

Music by Geo. Ingraham. 
The Duck and the Kangaroo. Music by Geo. Ingraham. 

Diavolina. Music by Franz Bendel 

Idylle. Music by Franz Bendel 

Eighteen Summers Schottische. Music by Manuel G. 

Manzanares. 
By Moonlight Vals. Music by Trinidad Moreno 

Florencia Mazurka. Music by Mariano Pagani 

Comrades. Music by Felix McGlennon 

Gen. Stark. Vermont Centennial March. Music by 

R. Goldsmith. 
O Salutaris. Arranged by Jos. Lynde 

Ave Maria. Music by E. M. Raymond 

Will You Be There ? Music by B. Chambers 

La Seraphita Valse. Music by H. A. Burr 

Shadow Waltz. Music by E. J. Evans 

The Butterfly Waltz. Music by E. J. Evans 

Italian Royal March. Music by G. Gabetti ; arranged 

by G. Peluso. 
The Occidental March. Music by Sousa ; arranged for 

Band. 
The Occidental March. Music by Sousa ; arranged for 

Piano. 
My Pretty Fan. Words by Mrs. E. S. Hill ; music by 

Albert W. Berg. 
Bon Ton Polka. Music by J. S. Cox 

In Twilight Dreams. Music by T. B. Kelley 

Abide With Me. Music by W. E. Brown 

Evelena. Music by C. A. White 



Pkopeietoes. 



G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 



New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 

New York. 
Chas. D. Tuttle, 

Philadelphia. 
R. O. Goldsmith, 

Bennington, Vt. 
J. Fischer & Bro , 

New York. 
J. Fischer & Bro. , 

New York. 
Chambers & Josselyn. 

John F. Ellis & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
J. Schott, 

New York. 
J. Schott, 

New York. 
J. Schott, 

New York. 
Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 
Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 
C. M. Loomis' Sons, 

New Haven, Conn. 
J. C. Grasmuck, 

New York. 
T. B. Kelley, 

Jersey City. 
White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Co., Boston. 
White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Co. , Boston. 



11 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pkopkietoks. 



Madeline. Music by C. A. White 

Lilies and Roses. Waltz Song. Words by Win. Fuller ; 

music by E Hoist. 
Jolly Little Cupid Lancers. Music by C. T. French 

A Would-Be Politician. Music by Warner Crosby 

The Snow Storm. Music by A. De Kontski 

Hungarian Czardasz. Music by A. De Kontski 

Pretty Mary Moore. Words and music by W. C. Parker, 

Jack Was a True Friend tj Me. Words and music by 

Tom Carter. 
I've Worked Eight Hours This Day. Music by Felix 

McGlennon. 



White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Co., Boston. 
Chas. T. French, 

New York 
Chas. T. French, 

New York. 
National Music Co. , 

Chicago. 
E. A. Saalfield, 

Chicago. 
E. A. Saalfield, 

Chicago. 
James Stillman, 

New York. 
James Stillman, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 



MAPS. 



Berryville, Clark County, Va 

Kootenai, Kootenai County, Idaho 

Clinton, East Feliciana Parish, La 

Palestine, Henderson County, Tex 

Hobart, Delaware County, N. Y 

Hays City, Ellis County, Kans 

Russell, Russell County, Kans 

Wallace, Shoshone County, Idaho 

Map of District of Columbia and adjacent portions of 
Maryland and Virginia. By W. Kelsey Schoepf, 
Washington, D. C. 

Fremont, Schuylkill County, Pa 

Warren ton, Fauquier County, Va 

Cynthiana, Harrison County, Ky 

Cnlpeper, Va 



Sanborn- 
Sanborn- 
Sanborn- 
Sanborn- 
Sanborn- 
Sanborn- 
Sanborn- 
Sanborn- 
Thos. J. 

Sanborn- 
Sanborn- 
Sanborn- 
Sanborn- 



Perris Map Co. , 

New York. 
Perris Map Co., 

New York. 
Perris Map Co. , 

New York. 
Perris Map Co., 

New York. 
Perris Map Co., 

New York. 
Perris Map Co., 

New York. 
Perris Map Co., 

New York. 
Perris Map Co. , 

New York. 
Fisher, & Co., 
Washington, D. C. 

Perris Map Co., 

New York. 
Perris Map Co., 

New York. 
Perris Map Co., 

New York. 
Perris Map Co. , 

New York. 



PHOTOGRAPHS, 



Pictures of Nina Farington. Nos. 8 to 14 (inclusive) 



B. J. Falk, 



New York. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No.-*. 



CATALOGUE 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW. 



FROM 



July 27 to August 1, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has been 
completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division 0/ Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Pbopbietobs. 



A Group of Noble Dames. By Thomas Hardy Barper & Brothers, 

N<-\\ York. 
Anita. By J. Walter Scott G. W. Dillingham, 

New York. 

The Slate Roofer. By D. Auld, jr Auld & Conger, 

Cleveland, O. 
Leo, the Royal Cadet. By G. F. Cameron and O. F. Tilg- Heinrick B. Tilgman. 

man. 
Matson Meier-Smith. Memories of His Life and Work... Anson D. F. Randolph & Co , 

New York. 

Lawyers' Reports, Annotated (Digest) The Lawyers' Coop. Pub. 

Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

James Henry Morley . A Memorial Virginia F. Morley , 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Bill Nye on Buncombe. By Bill isye Edgar W. Nye, 

New York. 
A Puritan Pagan. By Julien Gordon D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 

A System of Phonic Writing. By Charles Morrell Charles Morrell, 

Chicago. 
The American Economic System. By Edwin McKenzie.. Edwin McKenzie, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Asbestos Steam Saving and Fire-Proof Materials H. W. Johns, 

New York. 
Chicago's Big Fair James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
On the Continent James Gordon Bennett, 

New Y ork. 
The Immigration Question Tames Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
The Pugilists Were Drunk James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Pen Sketches of William James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
What Paris Talks About James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Musical and Dramatic James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Mrs. Stanley Nails a Lie James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Americans Abroad James Gordon Bennett, 

New Y r ork. 
Prominent People from this Side Dancing and Coasting James Gordon Bennett, 

at Homburgh. New York. 

The Fair Committee James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
The Old Times' Last Trip Tames Gorden Bennett, 

New York. 
Dying at the Top James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Woes of Welsh Workers James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Waste Not, Want Not Hudson Trust and Savings 

Institut'n, Hoboken, N. J. 
(3) 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



How Can I Make Money 

What is a Trust Company 

A Bank for Boys and Girls 

The Snow Ball 

Three Gates on a Side. By Chas. H. Parkhurst 

Encyclopedia of Missions. By E. M. Bliss. 2 vols.... 
International Clinics. Ed. by Jno. M. Keating, etc... 

Club Book of Philadelphia 

A Score of Famous Composers. By Nathan H. Doyle. 

Directory of Wilkes-Barre City 

Sunday School Library Eecord. By D. A. Perrin 

White Cross Library. No. 65 

Sights and Scenes in California r, 

Sights and Scenes in Idaho and Montana 

Sights and Scenes in Colorado 

Sights and Scenes in Utah 

Sights and Scenes in Oregon and Washington 

Plan for Strengthening Political Organizations 

Town's New Speller. By Salem Town 

Sprecial-Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, July 25-31, 1891... 

Admired by the Kaiser. London, July 28, 1891 

Cyclist in Scotland 

To Guide the Mariner. Second paper 

The New York Detective Library. No. 453 

Five-cent Wide Awake Library. No. 1061 

The Boys' Star Library. No. 216 

A Little New England Maid. Mrs. Kate T. Woods.... 

Balance Ledgers. No. 2... 

Excelsior Deposit Register. No. 1 



Proprietors. 



Hudson Trust and Savings 

Institut'n, Hoboken, N. J. 

Hudson Trust and Savings 

Institut'n, Hoboken, N. J. 

Hudson Trust and Savings 

institut'n, Hoboken, N. J. 

Hudson Trust and Savings 

Institut'n, Hoboken, N. J. 

Fleming H. Revel Co., 

New York. 
Fank & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Alexander MacMahon, 

Philadelphia. 
Thomas Y. Crowell, 

New York. 
J. E. Williams, 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

D. A. Perrin, 

Chicago, 111. 
F. J. Needham, 

New York. 

E. L. Lomax, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
E. L. Lomax, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
E. L. Lomax, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
E. L. Lomax, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
E. L. Lomax, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
W. W. Davis, 

Jamesburg, N. J. 
Edwin B. Morgan, 

New York. 

New York Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 

Press Publishing Company, 

N. Y. World, New York. 

The Evening Star Company, 

Washington, D. C. 

Helen V. Gavett, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
Kate T. Woods, 

Chicago, 111. 
Dennison & Brown, 

New York. 
Dennison & Brown, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 

Texas History Cards. By Mrs. W. H. and B. Lucas 

Near to Nature's Heart. By E. P. Roe. New edition... 

Pennsylvania Directory of Representative Business 

Houses. 
Sights and Scenes in Alaska 

At Aix-Les-Bains. July 28, 1891 

Crushed by Insurrection 

Mott' s Patent Flushing-rim Wash-out Urinal 

Virginia After the War. By S. L. M. Couser 

United States Reports. Vol. 137 

Town's Analysis. By Salem Town 

Street Guide of Philadelphia 

The Old Fashioned Husking Bee. By Nettie H. Pel- 
ham. 
Ocean Spray Souvenir 

Application for Sale With Lease 

The Doings of Raffles Haw. B y Corean Doyle 

The Fire-Worshipers Scent 

A Three Thousand Mile Walk 

Game for Big Strong Men Only 

Baldeye's Revenge 

Jimmy's "Crogen" 

The Many Kinds of Swings 

The Stone Toters 

The Reporter Who Made Himself King , 

Wrecked in a Cave 

Coursing Antelopes with Leopards 

A Refugee's Story 

Johann i sbu rg 

Magnificent Baubles. By Max Heindel 

Blackie. By Katharine Hartman 



Peopeietobs. 



W. H. & B. Lucas, 

Sherman, Tex. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
P. J. Harrington & Co. , 

New York. 
E. L. Lomax, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

The J. L. Mott Iron Works, 

New York. 

S. L. M. Couser, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Banks & Brothers, 

New York. 
Edwin B. Morgan, 

New York. 
James Gopsell's Sons, 

Philadelphia. 
W. H. Baker & Co., 

Boston. 
G. E. B. Putnam, 

Ocean Spray. 
Luther S. Cushing, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
S. S. McClure, 

New York. 
S. S. McClure, 

New York. 
Chas. F. Lummis, 

Isleta, N. Mex. 
Walter C. Dolen, 

New York. 
E. H. Lewis, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
E. Hough, 

Chicago. 
Edmund Collins, 

New York. 
C. F. Holder, 

Pasadena, Cal. 
Richard Harding Davis, 

New York. 
S. G. W. Benjamin, 

New York. 
Chas. E. Clay, 

New York. 
H. M. Sylvester, 

Boston. 
Lord Randolph Churchill, 

London, England. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Story of the Lily. By James P. Voorhees 

Reminiscences of Charles Delmonico. By Joseph How- 
ard, jr. 
The Battle of Wilson's Creek. By Geo. K. Townsend.... 

The Little Dream. By Geo. P. Taggart 

Farm Duties for August. By D. D. T. Moore 

Favorite Celluloid Diving Tools ; 

Aix-Les-Bains. July 29,1891 

Americans at Homburg. July 29, 1891 

Abbott' s Druggists' Epitome 

Record of Wages Paid Account of Deceased Employes.... 

An Inductive Latin Primer. By Wm. R. Harper and 

Isaac B. Burgess. 
Connecticut Reports. Vol. LX, pt. 2. By John Hooker. 

The Consumer's Companion and Receipt Book 

A Course of Lectures on Geology and Paleontology. 

Part 1. Geology. 
Spring Sports. Bank CI erks' Athletic Association 

Toledo City Directory. By R. L. Polk & Co 

Illinois Reports. Pages 536 to 673. Vol. 1 34 

Log Cabin Library. No. 123 

Log Cabin Library. No. 122 

Log Cabin Library. No. 124 

The Nugget Library. No. 102 

The Nugget Library. No. 103 

The Nugget Library. No. 104 

Pritchard' s Quick Victory 

The Exile. By Forrest Crissey... 

Stone's Paramount Cutters. By Chas. J. Stone 

The Common Sense Tally-Sheet. By Short & Forman .. 

What Ails This Country. By S. N. Griffith 

Latest News from Europe. London, July 25, 1891 



Proprietoes. 



The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 

D. D. T. Moore, 

New York. 
Keuffel & Esser Co., 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
T. A. Abbott, 

Boston. 
M. M. Kirkman. 

American Book Co., 

New York. 
Robert I. Walsh, Secretary 

of State of Connecticut. 
Thos. B. Cook, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

E. D. Cope, 

Philadelphia. 

F. S. Geiger, 

Philadelphia. 
R. L.Polk & Co., 

Toledo, Ohio. 
Norman L. Freeman, 

Springfield, 111. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Press Pub. Co., N. Y. World, 
New York. 
Forrest Crissey, 

Chicago. 
The Chas. J. Stone Co., 

Chicago, 111. 
Short & Forman, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Samuel N. Griffith. 

The Sun Print, and Pub. 
Co., New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Speck's Combination Chord Indicator 

A Petition and Prayer in Behalf of the Lower Animals. 

Sporting Forecasts 

Lee Higginson & Co. [Price List] 

Students of Immigration 

Slavin Refuses to Talk 

Depew Not Wasting Time 

A New Comedietta 

Immigration Investigation , 



Supplement to Shepard's U. S. Annotations in Vols. 138, 

139. 
International Cricket Guide. By E. Lyttleton 



Complete Training Guide 

Oarsman's Manual. By W. Beach 

Swimming Instructor. By Capt. Webb 

The Master of Ettersberg. By E. Werner 

Beautiful but Dangerous. By T. W. Henshaw 

Inter-Denominational Sermons. Ed. by W. W. Bowdish.. 

Fate of Republics (rev. ed.). By L. T. Townsend 

The Epworth Hymnal. No. 2 



Commercial Law and Business Forms. Ed. by Geo. W 

Clinton. 
The Royal Outlaw. By Sy 1 vanus Cobb, j r 



A Thesaurus of Literature. Ed. by C. F. Tebbals. 

Burlington City Directory — 

The Triple Alliance 

Kaiser's Programme 

A Winter at Nice. By H. Von Osten 

Dr. Hall at Karlsbad 

The Whence and Whithers of Jeptha's Daughter. ... 

The Empty Treasury 

Supporting Fraud 



Proprietors. 



Theo. Speck, 

New York. 
Archibald McBean, 

Winnipeg. 

The Sporting World Co. 

Lee Higginson & Co., 

Boston. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Frank Shepard, 

Chicago. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Luther T. Townsend, 

Boston. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
J. C. Bryant, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Funk & AVagnalls, 

New York. 
L. P. Waite & Co., 

Burlington, Vt. 
The United Press. 

New York Associated Press. 

A. N. Kellogg News Co. 

New York Mail and Express. 

James Scroggius. 

Reform Press NewsAss'n, 
New York. 

Reform Press News Ass' n, 
New York. 



BOOKS— CONTIN UED. 



Titles. 



Peopeietors. 



The Enemy Awake 

Aus dem Deutschen Reich. Berlin, July 25 

Death Could Not Part Them 

Germans in St. Petersburg Decline to Welcome French 

Fleet. 
Royal Dudes. By John T. Arnold 

Fashion Gossip. Margaret Harmon 

The Lincoln Murder Recalled. By Joseph Howard, jr.. 

An Ivory Duel. By Curtis Kinglake 

What Jockeys Are Paid. By Warner R. McVeigh 

A Texas Girl in New York. By Alice McGowan 

A Lost Empire. By Ernest Raymon 

The Perfect Woman's Dress 

The Gossip of London 

Southern Europe's Dishes 

Above the Skylights 

Fashions in Bathing 

From Mrs. Brown-Potter 

A Meek Little Man 

Turned Out to Grass 

Fashions in Mid-summer 

Newport's Mighty Race 

All About Camping Out 

Gay Carrie Careless 

The Woman of Fashion 

The Stream of Pleasure. By Joseph and Elizabeth R. 

Pennell. 
Owensboro Family Directory 

Proceedings of the American Boiler Manufacturers' Ass'n 

Thompson's Garment Cutter 

Combination Record Book for Common Schools. By 
James H. Chapman. 



Reform Press News Ass'n, 

New York. 
New York Associated, Press. 

Edward Stapleton, 

San Antonio, Tex. 
New York Associated Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
Alice L. Siddall, 

Philadelphia. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Joseph Pennell, 

New York. 
Hal Newton Carlyle, 

Owensboro, Ky. 

E. D. Meier, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

F. E. Thompson, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
James H. Chapman, 

Rochester, Minn. 



BOOK£— Coxtini ED. 



Titles. 



Primer of Reading and Writing. By Thomas H. Vickroy . 

First Lessons in Arithmetic. By Andrew J. Rickoff..... 

A Manual for Constables, Marshals, Policemen, and 

other Ministerial Officers in Ohio . By Florien Gianque. 

Moosehead Lake and Vicinity 

Watch Lo ! Watch ! By Elizabeth N. Little 

Catalogue Troy Laundry Machine Company, Limited.... 

Studies from The Kindergarten. By Students in Depart- 
ment of the Kindergarten. 
A Marriage for Love. By Lodovic Halevy 

Evangelistic Sermons. By Robert T. Mathews 

The Trackman's Helper. 2d ed. By J. Kindelan 

The Present and Future of Harvard College. By William 

Watson Goodwin. 
We All. By Octave Thanet 

Sorry Long Branch 

Frolicking Statesmen 

An Expert's Opinion 

Books Worth Hunting For. 

Turned Out to Grass 

Midsummer Novelties 

Carrie Careless Goes Outing 

Gerry ' s Torture Museum 

The Woman of Fashion 

The Game of Archery 

Rabbit and Rattlesnake 

The New York State Reporter. Ed. by W. S. Gibbons.. 

The Cup of Loving Service. By Eliza Dean Taylor 

The Black Record 

For a New Deal 

Now Get Ready 

It Has Come to Stay 

2 T E 



Proprietors. 



Thomas H. Vickroy, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 
Robert Clarke & Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
S. S. Davis & S. J. Chase, 

Foxcroft, Me. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Troy Laundry Machine Com- 
pany, Troy, N. Y. 
New York College for the 

Training of Teachers. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
The Standard Publishing 
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
J. Kindelan, 

Mitchell, S. D. 
Ginn & Co., 

Boston. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
W. C. Little & Co., 

New York. 
James Pott & Co., 

New York. 
Reform Press News Ass'n. 

Reform Press News Ass'n. 

Reform Press News Ass'n. 

Reform Press News Ass'n. 



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BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. Peopeietoes. 



The People's Demands ; Reform Press News Ass'n. 

The Housewife's Ciuh Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 

Combined Individual Ledger J. Y. Johnston & Co. , 

New York. 

Our Favorites. By Mrs. O. C. Maxwell > W. T. Kiglitlinger, 

New York. 

Muscular Movement Exercises. By C. W. Slocum C. W. Slocum, 

Chillicothe, Ohio. 

Can It Be Cured : The Press Pub. Co., New 

York World. 

The Peril of Oliver Sargent. By Edgar Janes Bliss Charles L. Webster & Co., 

New York. 
Banjo Orchestra Music. Chapter 7. By Thos. J. Arm- S. S. Stewart, 

strong. Philadelphia. 

The Home Treatment of the Teeth. By Chas. E. Hale.. C. E. Hale, 

Boston. 

Famous Women E. W. Frick, 

Ottawa, Kans. 

Fire Insurance by States The Underwriter Print, and 

Pub. Co., New York. 

The Southern Reporter. July 22, 1 891 ! West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 

The Atlantic Reporter. July 22, 1891 West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 

The Pacific Reporter. July 23, 1891 West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 

The Northwestern Reporter. July 25, 1891 West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 

The Northeastern Reporter. July 24, 1891 West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul, Minn. 
The New York Supplement. July 23, 1891 West Pul dishing Co. . 



The Federal Reporter. July 21, 1891 

The Southeastern Reporter. July 21, 1891 

The Southwestern Reporter. July 20 and 27, 1891. 



Cabinet Reconstruction 

Can It Be Cured 

Method for the Zither Carl Fischer, 

M ethod for the ( B Fi at) Trombone | Carl Fischer, 

Method for the Mandolin Carl Fischer, 

Method for the (E Flat) Tuba Carl Fischer, 

Method for the (E Flat) Cornet Carl Fischer, 

Method for the Banjo , Carl Fischer, 

Method for the Three-String Double Bass Carl Fischer, 



St. Paul, Minn. 
New York Associated Press, 

New York. 
Press Publishing Co. , 

New York. 



New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 



11 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Title. 



Method for the Griiita 



Method for the (E Flat) Alto. Selected, arranged, and 
composed by Otto Langey and H. Preudiville. 

Method for the Side Drum, Xylophone, Tympanies, 
and Castanets. 

Method for the Piano 



Method for the Saxophone 

Method for the Zither 

Method for the Trombone (B-Flat Valve). 



Proprietors. 



Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 



New York. 
New Fork. 

New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 



PERIODICALS. 



Merck's Bulletin. July, 1891 F.Merck, 

New York. 
Pickings from Puck. September, 1891 Keppler & Sch warzmann , 

New York. 

Home and Art Magazine. August, 1891 J. F. Ingalls, 

Lynn, Mass. 
Outing. August, 1891 ! The Outing Co. (Limited), 

New York. 

New England Magazine. August, 1891 New England Magazine 

Corpo. , Boston. 

Illustrated Christian Weekly. August 1, 1891 Ernest Young, jr., 

New York. 

The Christian Union. August, 1891 The Christian Union Pub. 

Co., New York. 

Harper's Young People. July 28, 1891 Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Harper's Weekly. August 1 , 1891 Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Harper's Bazar. August 15, 1891 Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 

The Demorest Fashion Journal. September, 1891 The Demorest Fashion and 

Sew. Mac. Co., New York. 
The Police Gazette. August 8, 1891 Richard K. Fox, 

New York. 
Scientific American. August 1, 1891 Munn & Co. , 

New York. 
Forest and Stream. July 30, 1 891 Forest and Stream Pub. Co. , 

New York. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter. July 30, 1891 Shoe and Leather Reporter, 

New York. 
The Jewelers' Weekly. July 29, 1891 The Jewelers' Weekly, 

New York. 

Current Literature. August, 1 891 The Current Literature Pub. 

Co. , New York. 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated. August 1 Judge Pub. Co. , 

New York. 
Judge. August, 1891 Judge Pub. Co., 

New York. 



12 



PERIODIC A.LS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Catholic Herald. August 1 , 1891 

Life. July 30, 1891 

Good Housekeeping. August, 1891 

Men and Women Magazine. June, 1891 

University Extension. July, 1891 

The Commercial Chronicle. July 25, 1 891 

Golden Days. August 8, 1891 

Saturday Night. August 15, 1891 

Brains. July 15, 1891 

The Sunday-School Times. August 1 , 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveller. August 1, 1891 

The New York Ledger. August 1, 1891 

The Golden Weekly. August 13, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. July 29, 1891 

The World's Office Diary. August, 1891 

St. Nicholas. August, 1891 

The Century. August, 1891 

The Eclectic Medical Journal. August, 1 891 

Word and Works. August, 1891 , 

L'Artdela Mode. September, 1891 

Electrical Review. August, 1891 

The Electrical World. August 1, 1891 

New York Clipper. August 1, 1891 

Garden and Forest. July 22, 1891 

Texas Siftings. August 1, 1891 

The Engineering Record. July 25, 1891 

The Family Story Paper. August 5, 1 89 1 

American Stock-keeper. July 25, 1891 

Tobacco. July 24, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Michael Walsh, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Clark W. Bryan & Co. , 

Springfield, Mass. 
The Reed- Wheelon Pub. Co., 
Denver, Colo. 
J. Hazel tine Shinn, 

Philadelphia. 
Wm. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
United Pub. Co., 

Meadville, Pa. 
Jno. D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
Review Printing Co. , 
Chic£ 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
The World's Office Diary 
Pub. Co., New York. 

The Century Co., 

New York. 
The Century Co., 

New York. 
John M. Scudder, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Word and Works Pub. Co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 
W. J. Morse, 

New York. 

Electrical Review Pub. Co. , 

New York. 

TheT.W. Johnson Co. (L'd), 

New York. 

The Frank Queen Pub. Co. , 

(L'd), New York. 

The Garden and Forest 

Pub. Co., New York. 

Texas Siftings Pub. Co. , 

New York. 
Henry C. Meyers, 

New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Stock-keeper Pub. Co. , 

Boston. 

The T. H. Delano Pub. Co., 

New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Babyhood. August, 1891 

The Author. July, 1891 

Magazine of American History. August, 1891 , 

The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. July 25... 

The Peoria Drug Review. July , 1 89 1 

Current Law. July 27, 1891 

Investor's Supplement, Commercial and Financial 

Chronicle. July 25, 1891. 
Bradstreet's. July 25, 1891 

The American Florist. July 23, 1891 

The American Contractor. July 25, 1891 

The Youth's Companion. July 30, 1891 

The Illustrated American , 

Net Cash Price List. July 25, 1891 

The American Paper Trade. July 25, 1 891 

The Engineering and Mining Journal. July 25, 1891... 

New York Amusement Gazette. July 27, 1891 

Engineering News. July 25, 1891 

Architecture and Building. July 25, 189 1 

American Architect. July 25, 1 891 

Farm and Home. August 1, 1891 

The Round Table. August, 1891 

The National Stenographer. July, 1 891 

The Sporting World. July 25, 1891 

Railway World. July 23, 1891 

The Folio. August, 1891 

The Beacon. July 25 

Around the World on Foot. July 25, 1891 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. July 25-30, 1891 

St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. July 25, 1891 



Peopeietoes. 



Babyhood Publishing Co., 

New York. 
Wm. H. Hills, 

Boston. 
Historical Publishing Co., 

New York. 
L. K. Strouse & Co., 

New York. 
Colburn, Birks & Co., 

Peoria, 111. 
The Law News Bureau, 

Chicago. 
Wm. B.Dana & Co., 

New York. 
TheBradstreetCo., 

New York. 
American Florist Co., 

New York. 
B. Edwards & Co., 

Chicago and New York. 
Perry Mason & Co. , 

Boston. 
Illustrated Am. Pub. Co., 

New York. 
H. W. Johns, 

New York. 
Andrew Geyer, 

New York. 
The Scientific Pub. Co. , 

New York. 
F. T. Low, 

New York. 
Engineering News Pub. Co. , 
New York. 
W. T. Comstock. 

New York. 
Ticknor & Co., 

Boston. 
The Phelps Pub. Co., 

Springfield, Mass. 
John F. Morley, 

Dallas, Tex. 
Isaac S. Dement, 

Chicago, 111. 
The Sporting World Co., 

New York. 
The Railway World, 

Philadelphia. 
White, Smith & Co., 

Boston. 
Cyrus A. Page, 

Boston. 
Botzum & Kennedy, 

Akron, Ohio. 
Patrick J. J. O'Connor, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Patrick J. J. O'Connor, 

St. Louis. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Nachrichten Deutschland 

Arthur's Home Magazine. August, 1891 

Music. August, 1891 



July 29, 1891 Germania Pub. Co. , 

New York. 
The Arthur Pub. Co., 

Philadelphia. 
S. M. Sawyer, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Just As I Am. Words by Miss Charlotte Elliott ; music 

by W. H. Morris. 
The Open Fountain. Words and music by W. E. Penn 

Just Over Yonder. Words and music by F. A. Blackmer. 

Bless Three in One. Music by P. Bilhorn 

Risen With Him. Words by J. H. Johnson ; music by 

P. Bilhorn. 
God Be Merciful to Me. Words and music by P. Bilhorn 

Only a Touch ! Words by Mrs. C. H. Wilson ; music by 

P. Bilhorn. 
Glory, O Glory ! Words by Miss A. Blenkhorn ; music 

by P. Bilhorn. ' 
Bid Him Come In. Words and music by P. Bilhorn 

Art Thou Drifting? Words and music by P. Bilhorn.... 

A Little Talk With Jesus. Music by P. Bilhorn 

The Home Without a Sorrow. Words and music by P. 

Bilhorn. 
Take Me As I Am. Music by P. Bilhorn 

Able to Save and Keep. Words by C. E. G. ; music by 

P. Bilhorn. 
In Depths of the Sea. Words by Peter Bilhorn ; music 

by J. H. Tenney. 
No One But Jesus. Words and music by P. Bilhorn 

I Know. Words by Miss J. H. Johnston ; music by P. 

Bilhorn. 
We Walk by Faith. Words by J. E. Wolfe ; music by 

P. Bilhorn. 
Prepare to Meet Thy God. Words and music by P. Bil- 
horn. 
The Three-fold Look. Words by H. G. Smead ; music 

by P. Bilhorn. 
Jesus Will Save You Now. Words by J. H. Johnston ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
I Found Sweet Peace. Words by P. B. ; music by C. 

Eickenberg. 
Room in Heaven for Thee. Words by Mrs. F. Fistler ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 



W. E. Penn. 
W. E. Penn. 
W. E. Penn. 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 
P. Bilhorn, 



Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— (ovum i:i». 



Titles. 



Christ Hath Arisen. Words by J. H. Johnston ; music 

by P. Bilhorn. 
Believe and Be Saved. Words by Miss A. Blenkhorn ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
Holy Spirit, Guide, Revealer. Words by J. H. Johnston ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
Singing as We Journey to Zion. Words by A. Blenk- 
horn ; music by P. Bilhorn. 
Where Will You Spend Eternity? Words by E. A. 

Hoffman ; music by J. H. Tenney. 
Christ Will Welcome Thee. Words by Miss A. Smith ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
Who Will Go? Words by Rev. D. March ; music by P. 

Bilhorn. 
Waiting for the Savior. Words by G. W. Crofts ; music 

by P. Bilhorn. 
Christ, Our Rock ! Words and music by P. Bilhorn 



God Will Help You Stand. Words by L. W. Lyon 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
No Room for Jesus. Words by Mrs. Hall ; music by P 

Bilhorn. 
Jesus, Redeemer. Words by H. G. Smead ; music by P. 

Bilhorn. 
What a Savior ! Words by G. W. Crofts ; music by P. 

Bilhorn. 
How Can I But Love Him? Words and music by P. 

Bilhorn. 
Jesus Saves Me To-day. Words and music by P. Bilhorn. 

Having Done All to Stand. Words by J. H. Johnston ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
My Title 's Clear. Music by P. Bilhorn 



Proprietors. 



Why Not Receive Him? Words by A. Blenkhorn ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
They Sing a New Song. Words by J. H. Johnston ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
He Calleth for Thee. Words by A. Blenkhorn ; music 

by P. Bilhorn. 
Drifting Away from God. Words by J. A. Griffith ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
Jesus, Have Mercy on Me. Words and music by P. 

Bilhorn. 
Children's Praise. AVords by J. H. Johnston ; music by 

Bilhorn. 
A Eew More Years of Toil. Words and music by J. L. 

Patterson. 
We Shall See Him. Words by E. A. Hoffman ; music 

by P. Bilhorn. 
"'Tis Better Higher Up." Words by G. W. Crofts; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
Come to the Feast. Words and music by W. A. Ogden.. 

I Long to Work for Thee. Words by Wm. Fawcett ; 

music by W. S. Nickle. 
Cast All Your Care Upon Him. Music by P. Bilhorn.... 



P. Bilhorn, 




P. I'.ilhorn, 


( hicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 




Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 






Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 




P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 




Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 






Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 




P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 


Chicago. 




Chicago. 


P. Bilhorn, 




W. A. Ogden. 


Chicago. 


W. S. Nickle. 




P. Bilhorn, 





Chicago. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Sing Unto the Lord. Words by A. Blenkhorn ; music 

by P. Bilhorn. 
Glory to God, 'tis Jesus. Words by J. H. Johnston ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
The Lord 's our Rock. Words by V. J. C. ; music by P. 

Bilhorn. 
Trust and Follow On. Words by H. B. Townsend ; 

music by P. Bilhorn. 
Tell it Out. Words by F. R. Havergal ; music by P. 

Bilhorn. 
He Will Never Let Us Fall. Words and music by P. 

Bilhorn. 
Help Thy Brother. Music by J. H. Tenny 

Jesus is the Light. Music by P. Bilhorn 

Grandma's Summer Song. Words and music by Mrs. 

Emily M. Boy den. 
Lapland Berceuse. Words by Sjolander ; music by 

Mrs. Emily M. Boyden. 
Thanksgiving. Nos. 3 and 4. Words and music by Mrs. 

Emily M. Boyden. 
Union of Blue and Gray. Words and music by Mrs. 

Emily M. Boyden. 
The Organ. September, 1891 

Trifet's Monthly Budget of Music. July, 1 891 

Hope. By A. M. Tyte 

March in E-flat Major. By A. M. Tyte 

The Bridge. Arranged by D. W. Hyde 

Choral Postlude. Arranged by D. W. Hyde 

Inauguration March. Music by H. H. Thiele 

The Girl I Left Behind Me. Music by John H. Sarchet.. 

Schenley Park Waltz. Music by Marcus H. Winteringer.. 

Royal Arcanum March. Music by O. H. Unger 

Quintette Schottische. Music by Grant Falkenstein .... 

Strauss Polka. Music by Elliot Grey 

The McKinley Question. Music by G. H. Coes 

Adele Mexican Dance. Music by Jose Martinez ; ar- 
ranged by G. L. Lansing. 

The Sausage or the Cheese. Words and music by Barney 
Mullelly. 

Forget Me Not. Music by Allen Macbeth. Piano solo.. 

Loin du Bal Valse. Violin and piano. Music by E. 
Gillett ; arranged by D. M. H. May. 



Proprietors. 



P. Bilhorn, 

P. Bilhorn, 

P. Bilhorn, 

P. Bilhorn, 

P. Bilhorn, 

P. Bilhorn, 

P. Bilhorn, 

P. Bilhorn, 

Mrs. E. M. Boyden, 

Mrs. E. M. Boyden, 

Mrs. E. M. Boyden, 

Mrs. E. M. Boyden, 

George Molineux, 

F. Trifet, 



Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

New York. 

Boston. 
George Molineux, 

New York. 
George Molineux, 

New York. 
George Molineux, 

New York. 
George Molineux, 

New York. 
W. H. Cundy, 

Boston. 
J. H. Sarchet, 

Cambridge, Ohio. 
M. H. Winter inger, 

Allegheny City, Pa. 
O. H. Unger, 

Reading, Pa. 
Bartlett Bros., 

Ventura, Cal. 
L. B. Gatcomb Co., 

Boston. 
L. B. Gatcomb Co., 

Boston. 
L. B. Gatcomb Co., 

Boston. 
R. F. Fruin & Co , 

New York. 
George Willig & Co., 

Baltimore. 
GeorgeWillig&Co., 

Baltimore. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 

The Lord is My Shepherd. Music by C. P. Allender 

I Was Glad. Music by W. <). Wilkinson 

Leisure Moments. Music by T.J. Richards 

Bouree, Opus 3, No. 1. Music by P. D. Aldrich 

Twilight Musings. Music by Theo. Moelling 

Twilight Bells. Music by Richard Goerdeler 

Bohemian Melody. Music by A. Geibel 



A Music-Key King. Words and arrangement by John 

C. Alden. 
The Fairies' Ball. Grand raise. Music by Dion W. Long.. 

Ave Maria. Music by Ignatius Kavanaugh , 

Nocturne, in A flat. Opus 1. Music by H. W. Kuni.. 



Gipsy Queen Waltz. Four hands. Music by R. Goer- 
deler. 
Heart and Hand Gavotte. Music by Oscar Krutzsch 



Clio March Brilliant. Music by Eben H. Norris. 

After Sunset. Music by Eben H. Norris 

Heavenly Rest. Music by Richard Goerdeler 

We' vecometoit March. Music by Boscodelli 



The Stechler Centurion March. Music by L. Fuenken- 

stein. 
Polka Figaro. Music by L. Fuenkenstein 



The Tenderloin Club March. Music by L. Fuenkenstein.. 
Blue Bells of Scotland. M usic by Otto Langer 



Medley Overture on Win. Scanlau's Songs. Music by 

Geo. Loesch. 
Jubel Overture. Music by Weber 



Hemlock Schottische. Music by B. Gibbs. 

Sand Jig. Music by E. H. Frey 

"Little Fay." Music by R. A. Smith 

Opal Waltz. Music by Wm. J. Kitchener . 
Dahlia Schottische. Music by E. H. Frey.. 

Plantation Jig. Music by E. H. Frey 

3TE 



Proprietors. 



Charlotte P. A Mender. 

Philadelphia. 
W. 0. Wilkinson, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore I'resser. 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore I'resser, 

Philadelphia, 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore I'resser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Thompson & Odell, • 

Boston. 

New York Music Publishing 

Company, New York. 

New York Music Publishing 

Company, NeAV York. 

New York Music Publishing 

Company, New York. 

J. Schott, 

New York. 
J. Schott, 

New York. 
J. Schott, 

New York. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia, 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



American Tin. Words and music by W. H. Nicodemus. 
The Or! eans. Music by Jno. C. Minton 



Italian Peasants' Dance Taranfelle. Music by Richard 
Goerdeler. 

Cupid's First Love Gavotte. Music by Eduard Hoist..., 

Our Village Church Bells Romance. Music by Eduard 

Hoist. 
The Poet's Prayer Reverie. Music by Eduard Hoist...... 



Sweet Golden-Rod. Words and music by C. W. Lamb ; 

arranged by E. L. Shumway. 
Risen Avith Christ. Words by F. L. Shepard ; music by 

A. B. Simpson. 
Ye Servants of Jesus Awake. Words by H. E. Jones ; 

music by Frank M. Davis. 
Christ in Me. Words and music by A. B. Simpson 



I'm So Happy. Words by John Cennik ; music by R. 

K. Carter. 
Praise for Love Divine. Words aiid music by R. K. 

Carter. 
Ring the Bells. Words and music by R. K. Carter 



I am Redeemed. Words and music by R. K. Carter 

The Joy of the Lord. Words and music by A. B. Simp- 
son. 

The First and the Last. Words and music by A. B. 
Simpson. 

Jesus of Nazareth. Words by Mrs. E. V. Blake ; music 
by R. K. Carter. 

No More Sorrow. Words and music by A. B. Simpson.. 

O Settle it All Avith Jesus. Words and music by A. B. 

Simpson. 
Launch Out. Words by A. B. Simpson ; music by R. K. 

Carter. 
The Old Time Song. Words and music by R. K. Carter. 

Sailing into Harbor. Music by R. K. Carter 



At Home With Thee. Words by A. L. Skilton ; music 

by Isabel Kennedy. 
I'll Meet You in the Morning. Music by R. K. Carter.. 

Jesus the Rock of Ages. Words and music by A. B. 

Simpson. 
How I Love to Tell the Story. Words by R. K. Carter... 

The Fountain of Life. Words and music by A. B. Simp- 
son. 

There is a Land. Words by John Parker ; music by R. 
K. Carter. 

The Days of Heaven. Words by A. B . Simpson 



Peopeietoes. 



W. H. Nicodemus, 

Frederick, Md. 
J. C. Minton, 

Burlington, Iowa. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia, 
Chas. T. French, 

New York. 
Chas. T. French, 

New York. 
Chas. T. French, 

New York. 
Chas. W. Lamb. 



A. B. Simpson, 
R. Kelso Carter, 
A. B. Simpson. 
R. K. Carter, 
R, K. Carter, 
R. K. Carter, 
R. K. Carter, 
A. B. Simpson, 
A. B. Simpson, , 
R. K. Carter, 
A. B. Simpson, 

A. B. Simpson, 

Baltimore. 
A. B. Simpson and R. K. 

Carter, Baltimore. 

R. K. Carter, 

Baltimore. 

Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 



Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore, 



R. K. Carter, 
R. K. Carter, 
R. K. Carter, 
A. B. Simpson, 
R. K. Carter, 
A. B. Simpson, 
R. K. Carter, 
A. B. Simpson, 



11) 



Ml SICAL COMPOSITIONS— Contini ee 



Titles 



Convention Hymn. Words by S. F. Smith ; music by 

F. W. Root. 
I Wonder When He'll Come Again. Music l>y Francis 

Korbey. 
Sweet Eily McShane. Words by Chas. Crusoe ; music 

by Gussie L. Davis. 
Surely I Come Quickly. Words by W. S. McKenzie; 

music by F. M. Lamb. 
All for Jesus. Words by Mary D. James ; music by F. 

M. Lamb. 
Merrick. Words by Timothy Dwight ; music by F. M. 

Lamb. 
Cast Thy Burden on the Lord. Words by W. S. McKenzie ; 

music by F. M. Lamb. 
A Dying Christian. Words by W. S. McKenzie ; music 

by F. M. Lamb. 
O Let us Rest in thy Love Divine. Music by F. M. 

Davis. 
In that Notable Day. Words by J. E. Rankin ; music 

by J. R. Bryant. 
The New Song. Words by H. E. Jones ; music by J. R. 

Bryant. 
In that Notable Day. Words by J. E. Rankin ; music 

by J. R. Bryant. 
Queen City March. Music by C. L. Partee 

Maxamilian Schottische. Music by Claud Marco 

Anrelia Mazurka. M usic by C. L. Partee 

Bernice Waltz. Music by R. Carpenter 

Hyacinth Waltz. Music by R. Carpenter 

Fond Memories. Music by R. Carpenter 

Gandango. Original. Music by C. Marco 

We Never Speak. Fantasia. Music by C. Marco 

Our Girls' March. Music by C. Marco 

La Serina Waltz. Arranged by H. P. Sutorius 

Skater's Schottische. Music by H. P. Sutorius 

Hamburgo Mazurka. Arranged by Louis Ricca 

El Nopal Mazurka. Arranged by Louis Ricca 

Olaguenaga Mazurka. Arranged by Louis Ricca 

Polka de los Toreros. Arranged by Louis Ricca 

Ioto de "El Postilion de la Rioja. " Arranged by Louis 

Ricca. 
La Paloma. Spanish Fantasia. Arranged by Louis Ricca 



PROPE] etors. 



The National Baptist Young 

People's Society. 
Francis Korbey, 

New York 
M. Muetzler, 

New York. 
F. M. Lamb, 

Williamsbridge, X. V. 
F. M. Lamb, 

Williamsbridge, N. Y. 
F. M. Lamb, 

Williamsbridge, N. Y. 
F. M. Lamb, 

Williamsbridge, N. V. 
F. M. Lamb, 

Williamsbridge, N. Y. 
R. M. Mcintosh, 

Oxford, Ga. 
R. M. Mcintosh,' 

Oxford, Ga. 
R. M. Mcintosh, 

Oxford, Ga. 
R. M. Mcintosh, 

Oxford, Ga, 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 



20 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 

Romances Sans Paroles. Arranged by Louis Ricca 

Sorrento Transcription. Arranged by Louis Ricca 

Sans Souci Mazurka. Arranged by Louis Ricca 

Sweet Mignonette Mazurka. Arranged by Louis Ricca... 

Berlin Polka. Music by A. M. Cohen 

Cosmos Waltz. Music by E. C. M. Dworzak 

La Gazelle Schottisehe. Music by A. M. Cohen 

Laughing Eyes Polka. Music by A. M. Cohen 

Stanley's March to the Jungles. Music by Claud Marco.. 

•Skirt Dance. Music by A. M. Cohen 

Le Tourniquet Schottisehe. Music by Claud Marco 

There 's a Song in My Heart. Music by Carl Hanse 

In the Twilight Hour. Music by Carl Hanse 

Trio from Fidelo. Transcribed for piano by Ernst Perabo.. 

Cuban Belle March. Music by J. R. Kingsbury 

World's Fair Galop. Music by J. R. Kingsbury 

The Daklgren Quickstep. Music by A. F. Jones 

Four Little Curly Headed Coons. Words and music by 

J. W. Wheeler ; arranged by C. C. Bertholdt. 
Bagatelle Suisse. Music by R. Kiigele 

Vespers in Honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary. For so- 
prano and alto. Music by L. Bouvin. 

When Hogan Paid His Rent. Words and music by J. W. 
Kelly. 

Under the Gaslight Quadrille. Music by Arthur Sinclair .. 

The American Belles' Waltzes. Music by Albert U. 

Grant. 
Beautiful Blonde York Dance. Music by Albert U. 

Grant. 
The Latch-Key March. Originated by Paul us ; arranged 

for piano by M. H. Rosenfeld. 
Sweet Face at the Window. Words by T. D. C. Miller ; 

music by Phil. P. Keil. 
In the Garden of Roses with Thee. Music by F. E. Rey- 
nolds. 
Lawrence & Son Piano Company March. Music by F. E. 

White. 
Golden Youth Polka Elegant. Music by A. J. Davis 



Proprietors. 



Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
E. A. Saalfield, 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 



E. A. Saalfield 

Ernst Perabo, 

S. W. Blair, 

S. W. Blair, 

S. W. Blair, 

S. W. Blair, 

Miles & Thompson, 



J. Fischer & Bro. , 

New York. 
Frank Harding, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, 

New York. 
Phil. P. Keil, 

McKeesport, Pa. 
Hitchcock & McCargo Co. 

(limited), New York. 

F. E. White & Co., 

Boston and Taunton. 
J. H. Schroeder & Co. , 

New York. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Love at Sight Waltz. Words and music by K. W. Red- 
dington ; arranged by V. Holmes for guitar. 

Halcyon Schottische for piano. Music by Arthur M. 
Cohen. 

The Moon's Pale Light is Beaming. Serenade lor bari- 
tone or mezzo soprano. Words and music by Theo. 
H. Northrup. 

Maud. Song. Music by Will S. Hays 



Daphne. Schottische for banjo. Music by Howard A. 
Burr. 

Dost Thou then, Loved One, Remember. Music by Theo. 
H. Northrup. 

Phillip's Academy Foundation Song. Words by F. Pal- 
mer ; arranged by F. Palmer. 

For Thee Waltz. Music by Jasper Yale-Lane 



Kings of the Road. Words by F. E. Weatherly ; music 

by Frederick Bevan. (In C.) 
In Cupid's Court. Words by F. E. Weatherly ; music 

by Frederick Bevan. (In F.) No. 2. 
Venezia. Words by Henry Vaughan ; music by Paul 

Rodney. (In E flat.) 
A Dream of Bethlehem. Words by Henry Vaughan ; 

music by Paul Rodney. (In B flat. ) 
The Coming of the King. Words b} r H. L. D'Arcy Jax- 

one ; music by Joseph F. Roeckel. 
Plantation Chimes. Music by H. A . Hall 



Alabama Echos. Music by T. J. Armstrong... 

Orphan's Prayer. Music by E. II. Frey 

Rose Bud Gavotte. Music by E. H. Frey 

Evening Star Waltz. Music by E. H. Frey 

Enchantment Serenade. Music by E. H. Frey. 

On the Beach Galop. Music by E. H. Frey 

Metropolis Waltz. Music by E. H. Frey 

Honeysuckle Mazurka. Music by E. II. Frey. 
Nellie Schottische. Music by E. H. Frey 



The Irish Lullaby. Music by P. J. Cahill ; arranged by 

Geo. E. Ebert. 
Black Eyes. Polka. Music by Juventino Rosas 



Romanza para Soprano from the Opera Comica Keofar. 

Music by Felipe Villanneva G. 
Andante from Symphony in G. Music by Josef Haydn ; 

arranged by R. Hofmann. 
Wedding March from Midsummer Night's Dream. 

Music by Mendelssohn ; arranged by R. Hofmann. 
Minuett from Symphony in E. Music by W. A. 

Mozart ; arranged by R. Hofmann. 



Pjbopeietoes. 



•John F. Ellis & Co., 

Washington, I). C. 
John F. Ellis & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
.John F. Ellis .v Co., 

Washington, I). C. 

John F. Ellis & Co., 

Washington, 1). C. 
John F. Ellis & Co., 

Washington, I). C. 
John F.Ellis & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 

F. Palmer. 

W. Morley, 

London, England. 
Enoch & Sons, 

London, England. 
Enock & Sons, 

London, England. 
Enoch & Sons. 

London, England. 
Enoch & Sons, 

London, England. 
Enoch & Sons, 

London, England. 
Chas. W. Held, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. Stewart, 

Philadelphia. 
Geo. W. Hagans, 

San Francisco. 

G. Schirmer, 

New York. 

New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 



G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 
G. Schirmer, 



22 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Militar-March. Music by F. Schuberth ; arranged by 

R. Hofmann. 
Romanza from Symphony in D. Music by Robert 

Schumann ; arranged by R. Hofmann. 
Faust Polonaise. Music by L. Spohr ; arranged by R. 

Hofmann. 
Dedication. Music by Robert Franz ; transcribed by 

Franz Bendel. 
Robert le Diable. Music by Meyerbeer 



Peopbietoes. 



Nina Querida ! Mazurka. Music by Emiliano Correa. 

Girls, Girls, Girls. Music by Frank Dumont 

Lord of the World Above. Music by S. V. R. Ford.. 

Prayer. Music by John Beetham 

Hear My Prayer. Music by S. V. R. Ford 

Our Father, Watch O'er Us. Music by S. V. R. Ford. 

The Name of Jesus. Music by S. V. R. Ford 

The Banner of the Cross. Music by W. R. Johnston.. 

Trusting in Jesus. Music by W. R. Johnston 

Wondrous Love. Music by S. F. Acker 

Rejoice, the Lord is King Music by S. V. R. Ford .... 



Again, O'er all the Christian Earth. Music by Vivian 

Vincent. 
The Song of Salvation. Music by S. V. R. Ford 



Hark, My Soul, it is the Lord. Music by S. V. R. Ford.. 

I Bring My Sins to Thee. Music by S. V. R. Ford 

How to Win. Music by S. F. Acker 

Saviour, I Come to Thee. Music by S, V. R. Ford 

Calling, Pleading, Waiting. Music by S. V. R. Ford 

Sinner, What Say You? Music by Samuel Adams 

Ever Looking Upward. Music by F. T. Southwick 

It Was from Him. Music by S. V. R. Ford 

Soldiers of the Cross, Arise. Music by S. F. Ackley 

Aureola. Music by S. V. R. Ford 

Yonder 's My Home. Music by H. S. Blunt 



G. Sch inner 
G. Schirmer 
G. Schirmer. 
G. Schirmer 
G. Schirmer 
G. Schirmer 
! M. D. Swisher 

Hunt & Eaton, 
[ Hunt & Eaton, 
'■■ Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
I Hunt & Eaton, 
! Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 
Hunt & Eaton, 



New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
Philadelphia. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 



23 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Coxti n D ED. 



Titles. 



Pbopri etobs. 



Inasmuch. Music by L.R.Meyer 

Look up, Look up to Jesus. Music by J. It. Brewer 

Earnest Work for Jesus. Music by J. H. Brewer 

Pledge Hymn. Music by W. R. Johnson 

We Come Thy Praise to Sing. Music by W. R. Johnson 

Heaven Our Heritage. Music by G. Mangold 

Forth to the Fight. Music by A. B. Gould 

The Water of Life. Music by S. V. R. Ford 

Home To-night. Music by S. V. R, Ford 

Full ness of Joy. Music by S. V. R. Ford 

Rejoice and be Glad. Music by S. V. R. Ford 

Our Heavenly Guide. Music hy S. V. R. Ford 



Lord, Teach a Child to Pray. Words hy A. D. Johnston; 

music by W. R. Johnston. 
Forbid Them Not. Music by H. D. Leslie 



Alleluia ! Sweetly Sing. Music by F. Alldred 

Gloria Patri. Music arranged by W. R. Johnston 



Gladly We Hail This Festal Day. Music by S. V. R. 

Ford. 
Marching on to Zion. Music by S. V. R. Ford 



Abschiedslied. Music by A. Bachmann 



Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind. Words by Shakes- 
peare ; music by A. E. Horrocks. 

A Serenade. Words by H. M. Waitham ; music hy A. 
E. Horrocks. 

At Peep of Dawn. Words by Clinton Scollard ; music 
by A. E. Horrocks. 

Nocturne. Op. 8, No. 3. Music by E. Jamber ; edited 
hy J. O. von Prochazka. 

Nocturne. Op. 8, No. 2. Music by E. Jamber ; edited 
by J. O. von Prochazka. 

Kujaioiak. Music hy S. Noskowski ; edited hy J. O. 
von Prochazka. 

Zingaresia. Music by S. Noskowski ; edited by J. O. 
von Prochazka. 

Cradle Song. Music hy S. Noskowski ; edited by J. O. 
von Prochazka. 

Valses Sentimentales. Op. 4, Vol. 1. Music by E. Jam- 
ber ; edited hy J. O. von Prochazka. 

Valses Sentimentales. Op. 4, Vol. 2. Music by E. Jam- 
ber ; edited by J. O. von Prochazka. 



Hunt <*v: Eaton, 

New York. 
I hint & Eaton, 

New York 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt c*<: Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New Y^ork. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New r York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, 

New York. 
Huut & Eaton, 

New Y r ork. 
Alex. Bachmann, 

Philadelphia. 
Joseph Williams, 

London, England. 
Joseph Williams, 

London, England. 
Joseph Williams, 

London, England. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co , 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 



24 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 

Grand March Nationale Hongroise. Music by A. Seposs ; 

edited by J. O. von Prochazka. 
Home Charms. Op. 209, Book 1 . Music by C. Reinecke ; 

edited by J. O. von Prochazka. 
Home Charms. Op. 209, Book 2. Music by C. Reinecke ; 

edited by J. O. von Prochazka, 
Oh ! Don't be Sorrowful. Words by Alice Gary ; music 

by K. O. Heyer. 
Romanza. Music by Mrs. E. G. Orth 

The Peasant Maiden's Morning Song. Music by W. F. 

Sudds. (Violin.) 
The Peasant Maiden's Morning Song. Music by W. F. 

Sudds. (Violin and piano.) 
The Jolly Yachtman. Music by W. F. Sudds. (Violin). .. 

The Jolly Yachtman. Music by W. F. Sudds. (Violin 

and piano.) 
The Adieu. Music by W. F. Sudds. (Violin) 

The Adieu. Music by W. F. Sudds. (Violin and piano). .. 

The Georgia Chautauqua Waltz. Music by Mrs. L. 

Geiger. 
Our Summer Outing March. Music by W. F. Sudds 

Never to See Thee. Words by G. H. Newcombc ; music 

by J. C. Ervini. 
Quickstep. Music by W. F. Sudds 

Galop. Music by W. F. Sudds 

Polka. Music by W. F. Sudds 

Waltz. Music by W. F. Sudds 

Irma Mazurka. Music by Wm. Ross. (Violin) 

Irma Mazurka. Music by Wm. Ross. (Violin and piano)... 

Irma Mazurka. Music by Wm. Ross. (Piano solo) 

' 'Do the Night Winds Sob ? ' ' Music by Barclay Walker. 
The Bran New Shoon. Words and music by W. T. Bell- 
In Days to Be. Music by R. L. Bal dwin 

How Could I Tell? Music by R. L. Baldwin., 

There is a Land of Pure Delight. Music by Thomas 

Belcher. 
Those Eyes of Thine. Music by Mrs. L. T. Lykes 

Fleeting Time Schottische. Music by H. C. Marks 

Tiddledy Winks Polka. Music by F. W. Meacham 



Peopbietobs. 



John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
F. Trifet, 

Boston. 
Miles & Thompson, 

Boston. 
Miles & Thompson, 

Boston. 
T. W. S. Belcher, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Mrs. L. T. Lykes, 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 
Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 



25 



MUSICAL COM 1M >SITI< )NS— ( lONTIM I i:i» 



Titles. 



The Laughing Coon. Music by J. P. Schelly 

The Undertakers' Picnic. Music hy S. Toombs 

Chimes. Music by P. Jassett 

The Fisher Girl's Dream. Music by J. P. Skelly 

A Christmas Vision ; a cantata. Words by C. L. Burn- 

ham ; music by George F. Koot. 
Musical Reflections ; 10 pieces. Arranged for violin and 

piano by Herman Schroeder. 
Fackeltanz. Music by G. Meyerbeer; arranged by M. 

C. Meyrelles. 
Zampa Overture. Music by F. Herold ; arranged by M. 

C. Meyrelles. 
William Tell Overture. Music by G. Rossini ; arranged 

by M. C. Meyrelles. 
Stentor March. Music by C. L. Akeley 

G. A. R. March. Music by D. W. Reeves 

Santiago March. Music by D. W. Reeves 

Adjt. Warfield March. Music by D. W. Reeves 

My Own Canadian Home. Music by M. McLaughlin ; 

arranged by J. M. White. 
Skirt Dance. Music by Lutz ; arranged by Reeves 

The Fairy Queen Fantasia. Music by T. A. Haigh ; 

arranged by Paul de Ville. 
Marvel March. Music by Paul de Ville 

Heavy Brigade. Music by Paul de Ville 

Light Brigade. Music by Paul de Ville 

Loin du Ball. Music by E. Gillet ; arranged by M. C. 

Meyrelles. 
From Dawn to Twilight, Fantasia. Music by R. Smith ; 

arranged by Paul de Ville. 
Flirtation Waltz. Music by P. A. Steck ; arranged by 

M. C. Meyrelles. 

Union Overture. Music by Pettee 

Evening Star, from Tannhauser. Music by Wagner 

Entree de Procession March. Music by Batiste ; ar- 
ranged by E. Brook. 

1 am Dreaming of Thee. Music by M. C. Meyrelles 

The Nightengale and the Frogs. Music by R. Eilenberg ; 

arranged by Theo. Moses. 
Inspiration Skirt Dance. Music by Andrew Hennann.... 

Valse Caprice, Flute Solo. Music by C. T. Howe 

4 T E 



Proprietors. 



Richard Saalfleld, 

New York. 
Richard Saalfield, 

New York. 
Richard Saalfield, 

New York. 
Richard Saalfield, 

New York. 
John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 



Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 
Carl Fischer, 



New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York . 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 
New York. 



26 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Spanish Patrol. Music by Theo. Moses-Tobani 

Still I Shall Love You. , Words by G. II. Newcombe ; 

music by J. C. Ervini. 
The Angelus. (Violin.) Music by W. F. Sudds 

A Day Dream. (Violin ) Music by W. F. Sudds 

The Angelus. (Violin and piano.) Music by W. F. Sudds. . 

A Day Dream. (Violin and piano. ) Music by W. F. Sudds. 

Aria de Susanno. Music by G. F. Handel ; edited by J. 
O. von Prochazka; transcribed by Albert Lavignac. 

Mazurka. Op. 28. Music by Sigismond Noskowski ; 
edited by J. O. von Prochazka. 

Prelude. Music by Heinrich Hofmann ; edited by J. O. 
von Prochazka. 

Improvisation. Op. 28, No. 1. Music by Sigismond Nos- 
kowski ; edited by J. O. von Prochazka. 

Intennezzo. Music by Maurice Moszkowski ; edited by 
J. O. von Prochazka. 



PROPRIETORS. 



Carl Fischer, 
John Church 
John Church 
John Church 
John Church 
John Church 
John Church 
John Church 
John Church 
John Church 
John Church 



New York 
Co., 

Cincinnati 
Co., 

Cincinnati 
Co., 

Cincinnati 
Co., 

( incinnati 
Co., 

Cincinnati 
Co., 

Cincinnati 
Co., 

Cincinnati 
Co., 

Cincinnati 
Co., 

Cincinnati 
Co., 

Cincinnati 



PHOTOCxKAPHS. 



First Flag for the War carried to Washington, D. C. 

April 18, 1861, by Ringgold Light Artillery, Reading 

Pa. 
Most Rev. Bishop O'Donnell 



Spoon Cup. No. O 1000 

Louise Beaudet. No. 10 , 

Avenue of Cocoanut Palms. Florida 

Indian River Oranges. Florida 

Banyan or India-Rubber Tree.. Florida....... 

Harvesting the Cocoanuts. Florida 

Blossoms of Cocoanut Palm. Florida 

Cocoanuts. Florida 

A Tropical Scene. Florida 

God and Our Flag. Protect Our Little Ones. 

Rally Around the Flag, Boys 

The Philanthropic Professor. No. 1 

The Philanthropic Professor. No. 2 

Professional Treatment , 



F. M. Yeager. 

H. P. Purcell, 

New York. 
Gorham Mf't'ng Co., 

Providence, R. I. 
B. I. Falk, 

New York. 
Geo. Barker, 

Niagara Falls. 
Geo. Barker, 

Niagara Falls. 
Geo. Barker, 

Niagara Falls. 
Geo. Barker, 

Niagara Falls. 
Geo. Barker, 

Niagara Falls. 
Geo. Barker, 

Niagara Falls. 
Geo. Barker, 

Niagara Falls. 
B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 



27 



PHOTOGKAl'HS— Continukii 



Titles. 



Ponce de Leon Hotel. No. 1. St. Augustine, Fla 

Ponce de Leon Hotel. St. Augustine, Fla. No. 2 

Ponce de Leon Hotel. St. Augustine, Fla. No. 3 

Gateway. Ponce de Leon Hotel. St. Augustine, Fla... 

List! the Music. Ponce de Leon Hotel. Florida 

Great Courtyard. Ponce de Leon Hotel. Florida 

Fairy Court. No. 1. Ponce de Leon Hotel. Florida.. 
Fairy Court. No. 2. Ponce de Leon Hotel. Florida.. 

Grand Entrance. Ponce de Leon Hotel. Florida 

Fairy Fountain. Ponce de Leon Hotel. Florida 



Taking Mine Ea*se at Mine Inn. Ponce de Leon Hotel. 

Florida. 
Grand Dining Hall. Ponce de Leon Hotel. Florida.... 



The Merry Boys. St. Augustine, Fla 

Waiting for a Customer. St. Augusti ne, Fla 

The Discussion. St. Augustine, Fla 

St. Augustine, Fla, No. 1 : 

St. Augustine, Fla. No. 2 

View in St. Augustine, Fla 

View from Ponce de Leon Hotel, St. Augustine, Fla 

Memorial Church, from Ponce de Leon Hotel, Florida 

Sunset from Summit of Pike's Peak 

United States Cruiser ' ' Yorktown " 

United States Cruiser "Atlanta." (1st view) 

United States Cruiser ' ' Atlanta. ' ' (2d view-) 

United States Dynamite Cruiser ' ' Vesuvius. " ( 1 st v i ew ).. 
United States Dynamite Cruiser "Vesuvius " (2d view).. 
United States Dynamite Cruiser ' ' Vesuvius. ' ' (3d view).. 

United States Cruiser "Boston." 1 1st view) 

United States Cruiser ' ' Boston. ' ' (2d view ) 



Proprietors. 



B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B.W. Kilburn. 

B. \V. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

B. W. Kilburn. 

Julius J. Treat, 

Manitou Springs, Colo. 
H. G. Peabody, 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 



H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 



28 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Contin ued. 



Titles. 



Pkopeietoes. 



United States Cruiser "Boston." (3d view) H. G. Peabody, 



United States Cruiser " Newark.' 
United States Cruiser "Newark.' 
United States Cruiser ' ' Newark. : 
United States Cruiser "Newark. 1 
United States Cruiser "Newark.' 
United States Cruiser "Newark. 1 



^lst view) . 
(2d view).. 
(3d view).. 
(4th view).. 
(5th view).. 
(6th view)., 



H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 
H. G. Peabody, 



Boston. 
Boston. 
Boston. 
Boston. 
Boston. 
Boston. 
Boston. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



The Flying Dutchman. By George Meinshausen G. Meinshaasen. 



Happy School Days. Designed and engraved by E. F. 

Hubbard. 
The Honorable Miss Bingham. From a painting by 

Sir Joshua Reynolds ; engraved by E. F. Hubbard. 
Lily Stream 



Pickerel Pond 

Brook Farm 

Willow Pool 

Hours of Duty 

On the Delaware 

On the Mohawk 

Sabbath Morning 

Path and Brook. By J. O. Anderson 

Roadside Trees. By J. O. Anderson 

Lakeside Mill. By J. H. Millspaugh 

After the Rain. By G. W. Bolide 

Along the River Bank. By J. O. Anderson. 

At Anchor. By J. H. Millspaugh 

At the Well. By J. O. Anderson 

Autumn Idyl. By E. L. Field 



Frederick Keppel & Co. , 

New York. 
Frederick Keppel & Co. , 

New York. 
R. Dudensing & Son, 

New York. 
R. Dudensing & Son, 

New York. 
R. Dudensing & Co., 

New York. 
R. Dudensing & Co., 

New York. 
R. Dudensing & Co., 

New York. 
R. Dudensing & Co. , 

New York. 
R. Dudensing & Co., 

New York. 
R. Dudensing & Co. , 

New York. 
John O. Anderson, 

New York. 
John O. Anderson, 

New York. 
John H. Millspaugh. 

Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 



29 



ENGRAYINGS-C<>ntinii:i>. 



Title 



Boulogne sur Mer. By Th. Weber 

Brookside Farm. By Jno. H. Millspaugh 

Co u n t r y L an e 

The Cove on Long Island Sound. By E. L. Field. 

Days Ending. By John O. Anderson 

Farmlands. By E. L. Field 

The Ferry Road. By G. W. Bohde 

First Settler's Home. By J. H. Millspaugh 



Genevieve. After the painting by W. H. Whittemore ; 

engraved by J. Fagan. 
Green Pastures. By G. W. Bohde 



Green to the V«ry Doors. By G. W. Bohde. 
Harvesting. By Mine, de 1' Aubiniere 



A Holland Moor. After the painting by H. W. Ranger ; 

etched by Jas. Fagan. 
Home, Sweet Home. By E. L. Field 



In Pensive Thought. By Percy Moran 

The Island Home. By Emile Milo 

June Landscape. By J. O. Anderson 

Lake Shore. By E. L. Field 

The Landing Place. By G. W. Bohde 

The Last Leaves. By E. L. Field 

The Lingering Brook. By G. W. Bohde 

Looking Seaward. By J. 0. Anderson 

Low Meadows. By E. L. Field 

Marsh Brook. By E. L. Field 

Midday. By Emile Milo 

Morning Shades. By J. O. Anderson 

Night Descending. By Emile Milo 

Normandy Cottage. By Mrs. M. M. Taylor 
October Afternoon. By Chas. A. Walker ... 
The Old Cottage. By E. L. Field 



Pbopeietoes. 



Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

• 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 

Radtke, 



Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 



30 



ENGRAVINGS— Continued. 



Titles. 

Old Dutch Hamlet. By E. L. Field 

The Old Mill. By Jas. Fagan 

On Lake Champlain. By E. L. Field 

The Oysterman's Home. By G. W. Bohde. 

Path to the Lake. By G. W. Bohde 

The River Bend. By G. W. Bohde 

Riverside Home. By J. O. Anderson 

Salt Meadows. By G. W. Bohde 

A Sheltered Nook. By Emil Milo 

Sno wflakes. By Leon Moran 

Springtime. By E. L. Field 

Tidal Mill. By E. L. Field 



The Trumpeter of New Amsterdam. After a painting 

by F. D. Millet 
The Valley Farm. By Mrs. M. M. Taylor 



The Village Church. By E. L. Field 

The Village Creek. By F. Leo. Hunter 

Waste Land. By E. L. Field 

A Wet Day. By E. L. Field 

Where the River Meets the Sea. By J. O. Anderson. 

The Winding Creek. By J. O. Anderson 

Winter Woods. By G. W. Bohde 

General Grant's Old Home 

World's Columbian Exposition, 1893 



The Yellow Ostrich Plumes. Chrysanthemum. 

H. W. Buckbee." 
Columbus' First Sight of Land 



Mrs. 



Peopeietoes. 



Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 
Radtke, Lauckner & Co., 

New York. 
A. C. Shewey & Co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Kurtz & Allison, 

Chicago, 111. 
Henry W. Buckbee, 

Rockford, 111. 
Alvah Wiswall, etc. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



R. S 

T. U. V. 



L. P. Miller & Co. 
L. P. Miller & Co., 



Chicago. 
Chicago. 



;;i 



lithographs -Contini bjd. 



Titles. 



Peopbietobs. 



W. X L. P. Miller & Co., 



Y.Z 

"Daniel in the Lion's Den 
- ' Solomon's Judgment " . . . . 

' ' Finding of Moses " 

"Ready for School" 



L. P. Miller & Co., 

< 

L. P. Miller & Co., 

L. P. Miller & Co. 

L. P. Miller & Co. 

L. P. Miller & Co., 



Chicago. 
Chicago. 

Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 



Chicago. 

Hodgman's Mackintosh's Hodgman Rubber Co., 

New York. 
Manhattan Beach. Paris and The Commune Sacket & Wilhelm's Litho- 
graph Co., New York. 
A. B i L. P. Miller & Co., 

Chicago. 
CD L. P. Miller & Co., 

Chicago. 
E. F L. P. Miller & Co., 

Chicago. 
G. H L. P. Miller & Co., 

Chicago. 
I. J. K L. P. Miller & Co., 

Chicago. 
L. M L. P. Miller & Co., 

Chicago. 
N. O L. P. Miller & Co., 

Chicago. 
P. Q L. P. Miller & Co., 

Chicago. 
u GiveMeTime" The Thomas & Wylie Lith- 
ographing Co. 
A Sudden Check" The Thomas & Wylie Lith- 
ographing Co. 



MAPS. 



Colton's Road Map of Bergen County, N. J. 
Map of Toledo, Ohio. By J. B. Marston... 

Millersburg, Ky 

South Pittsburg, Tenn 

Orange, Tex 

Baton Rouge, La 

Middlesborough, Ky 

Pascoag and Harrisville, R. I 



G. W. &C. B. Colton&Co., 
New York. 

R. L. Polk & Co., 

Toledo, Ohio. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York . 



32 

MAPS — Continued. 



Titles. 



Hempstead, Tex 

Front Royal. Va 

Rockland, Mass 

Lewes, Del 

Carlisle, Ky 

Nickerson, Kans 

Farmington, Minn 

Stamford, Delaware County, N. Y 



Pkoprietors. 



Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

'ianborn-Perris Map Com- 

pariy (L'td), New York. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L'td), New York. 

The Sanborn-Perris Map 

Co., New York. 



PRINTS. 



A Good Game of Tennis 
Pig 9. Pins 



The Proctor & Gamble Co. 

C. F. Pidgin, 

Cambridge, Mass. 



CHKOMO. 



Music Hath Charms" Joseph P. Knapp. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. S. 



CATALOGUE 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



BOOKS AID OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



FROM 



August 3 to August 8, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has 
been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



The Electro-Deposition of Metals. By Wm. T. Brannt.. 

Amsterdam City Directory, 1891. By J. E. Williams 

Departed Gods. By J.N. Fradenburgh 

Bankers' Directory 

An Historical Mystery. By Honore de Balzac 

History of United States * 

The Comings of Christ. By J. C. Simmons 

History of Twenty-fourth Michigan. By O. B. Curtis.... 
Christian Science Exposed. By John L. Brandt 

Friendship. By Cyrus R. Edmonds 

John Auhn rntop. Anson Uriel Hancock 

Carine. By Louis Enault 

Reference Book of the Jewelry Trade 

Baptismal Remission. By CI. W. Hughey 

His Cousin , the Doctor. By Minnie W. Baines 

Tales of Three Centuries. By M. Zagoskin 

Bible and Church History. By L. F. Young 

City People Wake Up. By H. W. Ayer 

Women as Journalists. By Lida Rose McCabe 

The Law of Evolution. By Rheta Louise Childe.. 

Vacation Time. By H. S. Drayton 

Business Correspondence for Use in Commercial Colleges. 

The Perfect Lord. By Helen B. Merriman 

That Uncomfortable Shoe. By Avard J. Moore 

A Winter at Nice. By E. Von Osten 

Mr. Parnell's New Losses. London, August 1, 1891 .... 

Niagara Falls 

American Ideal Association 

Sailing for the Queen's Cup. By Dixon Kemp 

Some Invalids of Note. By J. H. Beadle 

Now They See It. By H. R. Chamberlain 

New York Reports. Vol. 126. By H. E. Sickles, Re- 
porter. 
Salem, Past and Present 

Juvenile Fashions 

(3) 



Proprietors. 



Henry Carey Baird & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
J. E. Williams, Utica, N. Y. 
Cranston & Stowe, 

Cincinnati. 
Rand,McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 
J. C. Simmons. 
O. B. Curtis, Detroit, Mich. 
Jno. L. Brandt, 

Denver, Colo. 
Albert Scott & Co., Chicago. 
Charles H. Kerr & Co., 

Chicago. 

Little, Brown &Co., Boston. 

The Jewelers' Mercantile 

Agency, L'd, New York. 

Cranston & Stowe, 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Jeremiah Curtin, 

Washington, D. C. 
L. F. Young. 

Reform Press News Associa- 
tion, New York. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Fowler & Wells, New York. 
J. M. Mehan, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
H. B. Merriman. 
M.T.Richardson, New York. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Company, Chicago. 

The New York Times, 

New York. 
The International Hotel 
Company, Niagara Falls. 
John Horner, 

Newburyport, Mass. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

Reform Press News Asso- 

tion, New York. 

Frank Rice, Secretary of 

State. 
Almy, Bigelow & Wash- 
burn, Salem, Mass. 
The Butterick Publishing 
Company, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Sporting Forecasts. August 1-7, 1891 

Catalogue of J. B. Lynn & Co 

The Last Rites. By W. S. Goodwillie 

The American Booksellers' Annual Bulletin, .1891 

Rio Grande. By Charles Townsend 

Robinsonian Bond and Investment Tables... 

Directory of Lebanon City, 1891 

Knights of Pythias Supplies Catalogue, No. 31 

Treatise on the Incandescent Lamp. By J. H. Randall... 

Manual of Sporting Rules. By Ed. James , 

Hours Improved. By J. D. Merriman 

Principles of Political Economy. By Charles Gide 

Prime Movers of the Revolution. By A. B. Muzzey — 

Here and Beyond. By Carrie Adelaide Cooke , 

The Christmas Book. By Hezekiah Butter worth 

Verses. By Celia Thaxter 

Kansas Reports. Vol. 36, 2d ed. By A. M. F. Ran- 
dolph, Reporter 

One Woman's Way. By Edmund Pendleton 

Advanced Engli.sh Grammar 

Drops of Gold. By Emma Curtis Hopkins. . - 

Pontius Pilate's Official Report of the Trial and Execu- 
tion of Jesus Christ. 
How to Become a Christian. By Lyman Abbott 

The Will and The Way Stories. By Jessie Benton Fre- 
mont. 
Her Associate Members. By Pansy 

Shepard's Illinois Annotations. (Supplement) 

How Old Goods Under New Names Are Sold at Increased 

Prices. 
Gus Lundstrom. By Walter C. Dohm 

Blaine's Varied Moods. By E. J. Edwards 

Rapid Sailers. By A. J. Kenealy 

Is Peace in Sight? By Ren Mulford, Jr 

William Nye's Opinion. By Bill Nye 

Our Presidents 

United States and Canadian Yacht Clubs 

Elementary English Grammar 

Plane and Solid Geometry. By Seth T. Stewart 

Business Law 

The Freedom of Christ. By Francis E. Marston 

Toledo Business Directory. By J. O. Rose & Co 



The Sporting World Com- 
pany, New York. 
J. B. Lynn & Co., New York. 
W. S Goodwill e, Boston. 
Nichola R. Monachesi. 

C. F. Townsend. 

J. Watts Robinson, Boston. 
W. H. Boyd, Reading, Pa. 
Ames Sword Company, 

Chicago. 
Berbier Publishing Com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 
Ed James, New York. 
J. D. Merriman, 

Huntington, Ind. 

D. C. Heath & Co., Boston 
A. B. Muzzey, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
D. Lothrop Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Geo. W. Crane Pub. 
Co. , Topeka, Kans. 

D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
The American Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Emma C. Hopkins, Chicago. 
J. H. Breese and E. E. Mc- 
Millan, Chicago. 
Fleming H. Revell Co., 

New York. 

E. Benton Fremont. 

D. Lothrop Company, 

Boston. 
Frank Shepard, Chicago. 
Jno. J. D. Bristol. 

American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Edgar W. Nye, New York. 
Lanward Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

C. Waterbury Clark, 

New York. 
The American Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Williams & Rogers. 

D. Lothrop Company, 

Boston. 
J. O. Rose & Co., 

Toledo, Ohio. 



BOOKS— Co nt i mi :i>. 



Titles. 



My Country. By Albert J. Rupp 

The Shipyard on the Griffon. By Cyrus K. Remington. 
The Tabernacle in Sinai. By D. A. Randall 



Liber Status Ammarun : or, Census Book. 
The Home Treasure. By Ransom Sabin.. 



The Van Horn Directory of Asbury Park and Ocean 

Grove. 
Famous English Statesmen. By Sarah Knowles Bolton. 

Mercy, Its Place in Divine Government. By John N. 

Armour. 

Tariffs and Schedules for Fire Insurance 

Her Sister's Rival. By Albert Delpit 

Madame Bovary. By Gustave Flaubert 

Gilmore's C3'clopsedia of American Biography 

Logarithmic Tables. By Webster Wells 

Illustrated Catalogue o£. Artistic Wrought Iron, Brass. 

and Bronze Work. 
Business Grammar. By Charles Currier Beale 



The Bible Key. By M. F. Hayden. 



Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 731, 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 666 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 18 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 394 

Clinical Blank. 9th ed 



The World's Prayer 

English Topics. London, August 1, 1891. 



Protecting Kdwin Booth. London, August 1, 1891. 
Atlas of Massachusetts. By O. H. Walker 



Log Cabin Library. No. 125 

The Nugget Library, No. 105 

Blowitz not to be Shaken. July 31, 1891. 



The Believer's Note Book. For Use at Camp Meetings. 

Execution Against Plaintiff for Costs 

Vitalized Electricity 



The Sixth Occupation. By Maria Kraus-Boelte and John 

Kraus. 
The Seventh Occupation. By Maria Kraus-Boelte and 

John Kraus. 
Places That Our Lord Loved. By Frederic W. Farrar . . . 
Colorado Reports. Vol.15. By Wm. E. Beck 



Michigan Reports. Vol.84. By Wm. D. Fuller. 



Receivers of Corporations. By James F. Gluck and Au- 
gust Becker. 



Propriktoiis. 



Albert J. Rupp, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Cyrus K. Remington, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Bradley & Woodruff, 

Boston. 
J. F. Soudermann. 
Sabin Publishing Company, 
Battle Creek, Mich. 
John B. Searlett, 

Newark, N. J. 
Thomas G. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Bradley & Woodruff, 

Boston. 
H. S. Tiffany, Chicago. 

Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

Do. 
L. E. Gil more, New York. 
Webster Wells, Boston. 

J. W. Fiske, New York. 

Beale Publishing Company, 
Providence, R. I. 
The Standard Publishing 
Co. , Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Bushrod W. James, 

Philadelphia. 
R. H. Perley, Belfast, Me. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Geo. H. Walker & Co., 

Boston. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Press Publishing Company, 
N.Y. World, New York. 
C. H. Howard, 

Manchester, N. H. 
Geo. W. Crane, 

Topeka, Kans. 
F. B. Gould, 

Stoneham, Mass. 
E. Steiger & Co., New York. 

Do. 

L. Prang & Co. , Boston. 
James Rice, Secretary of 

State. 
Daniel E. Soper, Secretary 

State. 
Jas. F. Gluck and A. Becker, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Supreme Court Reports, New York. By W. H. Silver- i 
nail. Vol. 2. 

Four and Five. By Edward E. Hale 

New Cook Book 

Langley's San Francisco Directory. Edward M. Adams, | 
Manager. 

New York Justice's Manual. By Montgomery B. Tliroop. 

Reference Book of the Jewelry Trade 

The Commercial Agency Reference Book. July, 1891 

Sheila. By Annie S. Swan 

Juvenile Fashions. 1891, 1892 



Laws of Athletics. By C. A. L. Totten 

Massachusetts Reports. Vol. 152, part 3. William V. 

Kellen, Reporter. 
Special Kabeldepeschen. August 1-7, 1891 



How to Conduct an Orchestra. By J. W. Pepper 
The Housewife's Club. August 6, 1891 



Tom Croly's Word. By Geo. W. Hamilton . 
Modern Phonography. By Geo. W. Brower 



The Early Conversion of Children. By L. Rosser 

Ailes D'Alouette. By F. W. Bourdillon 

Florence Home Needlework 



Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 732 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 19 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 395 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 667 

From Under Caesar's Frown. By J. W. Daniel. 
The Young Astronomer. By Jas. H. Carlisle... 



Romain Kalbris. By Hector Malot . 

National Reform. By Annie Nelles. 
American Devon Record. Vol. 5 



Mother and Son-in-law, Paris, August 5, 1891 

Trade Index 

Insurance Report System. By G. R. McChesney 



Circular Explaining Advertisements. By H. B. Well 
man. 

Directions for Using Centrolinead. Keuffel & Esser Co's.J 

Geography of New York. By E. Kittie Newcomb I 



Banks & Brothers, 

New York. 

Roberts Brothers, Boston. 

Excelsior Publishing House, 

New York. 

Geo. B. Wilbur, Receiver of 

Painter & Co., 

San Francisco. 
H. B. Parsons, 

Albany, N. Y. 
The Jewelers Mercantile 
Agency (Lt'd), New York. 
Pickers, Fulton & Co., 

San Francisco. 
Cranston & Stowe, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

The Butterick Publishing 

Company (Limited), 

London and New York. 

C. A. L. Totten, U. S. Army. 

Little, Brown & Co , 

Boston. 
N. Y. Staats Zeitung, 

New York. 
J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
The Standard Pub. Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Geo. W. Brower, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Leo Rosser, Ashland, Va. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 
Nonotuck Silk Company, 

Florence, Mass. 

Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

J. W. Daniel. 

Book Agents Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South, 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Annie Dumond, St. Louis. 
American Devon Cattle 
Club, Wheeling, W. Va. 
Press Pub. Co., N. Y. World, 
New York. 
Theodore W. Siddall, 

Philadelphia. 
G. R. McChesney, 

New York. 
H. B. Wellman, New York. 

Keuffel & Esser Company, 

New York. 
E. Kittie Newcomb. 



BOOKS— Contim i:i> 



Titles. 



Strange Case of Mrs. Gassoway. By Leon Mead 



Reminiscences of Charles Backus. By Joseph J low aid , j v.. 

Fashion Gossip. By Margaret Hamm 

Fall Fashions for Men. By Wm. Addison Clarke 

A Strait Tip. Edward S. Van Zile 

Our Army Recruits. Curtis Kinglake 

Meerschaum. By Joe Kose 

An Old Letter. By Geo. Percy Taggart 

Aix-Les-Bains. August 5, 1891 



American Personals. London, August 5, 1891 

McNeil's Poison Register 

Holy Communion. By Benj. F. Trego 

Biles' Whisky Price-List. August 1, 1891 



Our Veteran Defenders. By J. H. Beidler 

Rudiments and Rules of Divine Service. By Mary Baker 

G. Eddy, 7th edition. 
Some London Notes. London, July 31, 1891 



A Celestial Visitor. Paris, July 31, 1891 

According to St. John. London, July 31; 1891 

Aix-Les-Bains. July 31, 1891 ! 

Taking Carlsbad Waters. Carlsbad, July 30, 1891 

The Season at Vichy. Vichy, July 30, 1891 

Centrifutal Chicago ; Centralizing Columbia 

Legal Dictation Book. By Charles C. Beale , 



The European Situation. London, August 1, 1891. 



Some French Incidents. Paris, August 1, 1891 

Arrivals in Paris. Paris, August 1, 1891 

The Herald at Trouville. Paris, August 1, 1891... . 
Pleasures of Homburg. Homburg, August 1, 1H91. 
" Pigs in Clover. " Aix-Les-Bains, August 1, 1891. 
Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 408 



Yesterday in London. London, August 1, 1891. 



From Mrs. Brown Potter. Paris, August 1, 1891 

Structure of Textile Fibers. By George Damon Rice, J r. 
The Life and Times of Governor Kirkwood. By H. W. 

Lathrop. 
The Tuberculosis Congress. Paris, August 2, 1891 



The American Heater and Hot Water Circulator 

A Healthy Body. By Charles H. Sto well 

Minneapolis City Directory for 1891-'92 

Illustrated Catalogue, C. Bruno & Son , 

Lavigerie Ahead. By Italiano ,. 



The Congregational Council 

London's Gay Whirl. By Burr W. Mcintosh. 



Peopri etobs. 



The United Press, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 
R. B. McNeil, San Jose, Cal. 
Benj. F.Trego, Wapaca,Wis. 
J. W. Biles & Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
J. H. Beidler, Detroit, Mich. 
Mary B. G. Eddy, Boston. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
J. H. Beidlen, Detroit, Mich. 
Beale Publishing Company, 
Boston. 
Janaes Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
The Press Pub. Company, 
N.Y. World. New York. 
' Do. 
George Damon Rice. 
H. W. Lathrop. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Geo. A. Houston, 

Beloit, Wis. 
Silver, Burdett&Co., 

New York. 
Minneapolis Directory Co., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
C. Bruno & Son. , 

New York. 
The New York Mail and 
Express. New York. 

Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Dr. Hall's Letter. Karlsbad, July 15, 1891 



Notes from Brazil. Sao Paulo, June 2, 1891 

Revising Its Tariff. St. Petersburg, July 2, 1891 

" There is India. " By Thomas P. Hughes 

On the Norway Coast. Bingen, Norway, July 15, 1891. 
Painter and Singer Wed. London, July 31, 1891 



Latest News from Europe. London, August 1, 1891. 



The Masked Ball. Libretto to the Opera by G. Verdi ; 

English translation by T. T. Barker. 
Piano Tutor, Foreign Fingering. Arranged by Otto 

Langey. 

The Exile. By Forrest Crissey , 

Experiences and Adventures. August 6, 1891 



Proprietors. 



The New York Mail and 
Express, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Press Publishing Compauy, 
N. Y. World. New York. 
The Sun Printing and Pub- 
lishing Ass'n. New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia, 
Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 
The National Tribune, 

Washington, D. C. 



PERIODICALS 



The Banner Weekly. August 15, 1891. 



The American Paper Trade. August 1, 1891. 
The American Contractor. August 1, 1891.... 



Architecture and Building. August 1, 1891. 
The Sewing Machine News. August, 1891.. 



The Stationer and Printer. August 1, 1891. 
The Electrical World. August 8, 1891 



Frank Leslie's Illustrated. August 8, 1891 . 



The Yankee Blade. August 1, 1891. 
New York Clipper. August 8, 1891. 



The Architectural Guide. July and September, 1891, 

The Scholars' Magazine. September, 1891 

Lawyers' Reports Annotated. No. 2, July 27, 1891 .. 

The Carriage Monthly. August, 1891 

The Epoch. August 7, 1891 



Insurance Monitor. August, 1891 

The Jewelers' Circular. August 5, 1891. 



Bankers' Monthly. August, 1891 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. August 1-7, 1891 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. August 1, 1891.... 



Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 

B. Edwards & Co., 

Chicago and New York. 
W. T. Comstock, 

New York. 
Charles W. Handy, 

New York. 
J. Sawtelle Ford, Chicago. 
The W. J Johnston Co. 
(Limited ) , New York. 
The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 
The Frank Queen Publishing 
Co. ( Limited), New York. 
Clinton W. Sweet, 

New York. 

The Sunday School Times, 

Philadelphia. 

Lawyers' Cooperative Pub. 

Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Ware Brothers, 

Philadelphia. 
The Epoch Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

C. C. Hine, New York. 
Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Rand, McNally & Co , 

Chicago. 
Patrick J. J. O'Connor, 

St. Louis. 
Do. 



PERIODICALS— Conti n i i : i >. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The New Nation. August 8, 1891 Edward Bellamy, Boston. 

The Students' Journal. August, 1891 Andrew.). Graham, 

New York. 

The American Florist. August 6, 1891 American Florist Company, 

Chicago. 

Brooklyn Life. August 8, 1891 Brooklyn Life Publishing 

Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Medical Eecord. August 8, 1891 Win. Wood & Co., 

New York. 

Demorest's Family Magazine. September, 1891 W. Jennings Demorest, 

New York. 

The Banner Weekly. Every Saturday, No. 458 Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 

Sporting Life. August 8, 1891 Sporting Life Publishing 

Company, Philadelphia. 
Transactions of American Institute of Electrical En- American Institute, 

gineers. June and July, 1891. New York. 

Illustrated American. August, 1891 Illustrated American Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 

New York Nationalist. July 25, 1891 Hugo B. O'Rielly, 

New York. 
Financial and Commercial Chronicle. August 1, 1891.... Wm. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Forest and Stream. August 6, 1891 Forest & Stream Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 
American Machinist. August 6, 1891 'American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Judge. August 8, 1891 The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Police News. August 8, 1891 The Police News Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Harper's Bazar. August 22, 1891 Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 

Harper's Weekly. August 8, 1891 Do. 

Harper's Young People. August 4, 1891 Do. 

The Ladies' Home Journal. September, 1891 Cyrus H. K. Curtis, 

Philadelphia. 

The Christian Herald. August 5, 1891 Louis Klopsch, New York. 

Electrical Engineer. August 5, 1891 The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
The Rural New Yorker. August 8, 1 89 1 The Rural Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Christian Thought. August, 1891 Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 

Frank Leslie's Budget. September, 1891 Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 

TheAveMaria. Augustl, 1891 D.E.Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
The Stenographer. August, 1 891 The Stenographer Publish- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia. 
Contributions to Practical Railroad Information. August, C. B. Dudley and F. N. 
1891. Pease, New York. 

National Car and Locomotive Builder. August, 1891 R. M. Van Arsdale, Chicago. 

Photo-Mechanical Engraving. July, 1891 H. M. Duncan, 

Philadelphia. 

The Clothing Gazette. July, 1891 Jas. W. Gibson & Co., 

New York. 

The Jewelers' Circular. July 29, 1891 j The Jewelers' Circular Pub- 

j fishing Co. , New York. 
2 T E 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



La Mode. September, 1891 

The Street Railway Journal. August, 1891 

Christian Science. August, 1891 

The Poultry Monthly. August, 1891 

The Incubator and its Use. August, 1891 

Voice of Masonry. August, 1891 

The American Field. August 1, 1891 

Fanciers' Journal. August 1, 1891 

Good News. August 15, 1891 

New York Weekly. August 15, 1891 , 

The Argosy. August 8, 1891 

Medical Record. August 1, 1891 

The Power and Transmission. July, 1891 

How to Compose. . By John Z. Boomhowen 

The American Architect. August 1 , 1 891 

The New York Family Story Paper. August 13, 1891 

Fox's Weekly. August 10, 1891 

The Progressive Times. August, 1891 

The New Nation. August 1, 1891 

Fanciers' Journal. August!, 1892 

Texas Siftings. August 8, 1891 

Bradstreets. August 1, 1891 

The American Florist. July 30, 1891 

The Ladies Home Journal. August, 1891 

The Illustrated World's Fair. August, 1891 

The Youth's Companion. August 6, 1891 : 

American Law Review. July-August, 1891 

The Central Law Journal. July 31, 1891 

The Time Table. August 3, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. August 3, 1891 

The Literary Light. June, 1891 

School and Home. August 4, 1891 

The National Builder. August, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal August 1, 1891 

Garden and Forest. July 29, 1891 

Around the World on Foot. August 1, 1891 



Peopbietoes. 



A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
Street Railway Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Christian Science Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
The Ferris Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
John W. Brown, Chicago. 
The American Field Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Power and Transmission 
Pub. Co. , Mishawaka, Ind. 
John Z. Boomhowen, 

Bordentown, N. J. 
Ticknor & Co., Boston. 

Norman L. Munro, Boston. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
The Progressive Benefit Or- 
der, Boston. 
Edward Bellamy, Boston. 
Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Texas Siftings Publishing 
Company, New York. 
The Bradstreets Company, 
New York. 
American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
Cyrus H. K. Curtis, 

Philadelphia. 
J. N. Halligan, Chicago. 
Perry Mason & Co. , Boston. 
Review Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 
Frey & Co. , Baltimore. 
F. T. Low, New York. 
Chas. D. Raymen, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Wm. L. Thomas, St. Louis. 
The National Builder Pub- 
lishing Co. , Chicago. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
The Garden and Forest Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Botzum & Kennedy, 

Akron, Ohio. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Albany Law Journal. August 1, 1891 

St. Louis Life. July 30, 1891 

Tobacco. July 31, 1891 

The Locomotive Engineer. August, 1891 

The Engineering Record. August 1 , 1 891 

The Railway and Corporation Journal. August 1, 1891 

The People's Home Journal. August, 1891 

New York Cupid. August, 1891 

A, B, C Pathfinder. August, 1891 

Chaperone. July, 1 89 1 

Annals of Surgery. August, 1891 

The Farmers' Review. July 29, 1891 

The Stock-keeper. August 1, 1891 

Golden Hours. August 8, 1891 

Modes and Fabrics. August, 1891 

The Great Divide. August, 1891 

The Manufacturer and Builder. July, 1891 

The Farm Poultry. August, 1891...'. 

Voice Magazine. August, 1891 

Outing. August 1, 1891 .' 

The Mail Coach. Augusts, 1891 

The Great South. July, 1891 

Toilettes. August, 1891 

The Sporting Life. August 1, 1891 

Belford's Magazine. The National Democratic Review. 

August, 1891. 
The Criminal Law Magazine. July, 1891 , 

Dickerman's Counterfeit Detector. August, 1891 

Pleasant Hours. September, 1891 

Judge's Library. August, 1891 

The Scrap Book. August, 1891 

Puck. August 5, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland. Augusts, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Weed & Parsons, New York. 
St. Louis Life, St. Louis. 
The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Horace B. Miller and L. B. 
Moore, New York. 

Henry C. Meyers, 

New York. 
L. K. Strouse&Co., 

New York. 
F. M. Lupton, New York. 
H. B. Wellman, New York. 
The New England Railway 
Publishing Co. , Boston. 
Annie L. Y. Swart, 

St. Louis. 
J. H. Chambers & Co. , 

St. Louis. 

Hannibal H. Chandler & Co. , 

Chicago. 

The American Stock-keeper 

Publishing Co. , Boston. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
H. W. MacLillan, 

New York. 

Great Divide Publishing 

Company, Denver, Col. 

Henri Girard, New York. 

J. S. Johnson & Co., 

Boston. 
Edgar S. Werner, 

New York. 
Outing Company (Limited), 
New York. 
The Mail Coach Company, 

New York. 
W. C. Paul, 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Toilettes Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Sporting Life Publishing- 
Company, Philadelphia. 
Belford Magazine Co., 

New York. 
F. D. Linn & Go., 

Jersey City. 
W. Dickerman, 

New York. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
H. S. Mills, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Germania Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Catholic World. August, 1891 

The Gast-Paul Bankers' Reporter. May, 1891 

The Tailors' Review. August, 1891 

Electrical Review. August 8, 1891 

The Banking Law Journal. August 1, 1891 

American Investments. August, 1891 

Cordage Trade Journal. August 1, 1891 

Table Talk. August, 1891 

Magazine of Christian Literature. August, 1891 

Travelers' Official Guide. August, 1891 

Reports Interstate Commerce Commission. July 4 and 

18, 1891. 
The New York Ledger. August 8, 1891 

The Epoch. July 31, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. August 1, 1891 

The Housewife's Club. July 30, 1891 

The Ladies' World. August, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. July 25, 1891 

The Boys of New York. August 13, 1891 

Architectural Building Monthly. August, 1891 

The Police Gazette. August 15, 1891 

Peirce College Annual. 1891-'92 

Current Law. August 3, 1891 

The Rand McNally Railroad Guide. August, 1891 

Journal of Cutaneous and Genito-Urinary Diseases. 

August, 1891. 
Tailors' Review. August, 1891 

The Christian Union. August 8, 1891 

Christian Weekly. Augusts, 1891 

The Ave Maria. August 8, 1891 

Rough Notes. August, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. August 6, 1891 

The Traveler's Weekly. Augusts, 1891 

The Home Guard. August, 1891 



Peopeietoes. 



A. F. Hewit, New York. 
Aug. Gast Bank Note and 
Lith. Co., Solon W. Paul, 
St. Louis. 
The Butterick Publishing 
Company. New York. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
T. B. Paton, New York. 
The Niagara Publishing 
Company. Buffalo, N. Y. 
Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 
Table Talk Publishing Co. 

Philadelphia. 
The Christian Literature 
Company, New York. 
National Railway Publish- 
ing Company New York. 
L. K. Strouse & Co., 

New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
The Epoch Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
S. H. Moore & Co., 

New York. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co., Philadelphia. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
A. J. Bicknell, New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Thomas May Peirce, 

Philadelphia. 
The Law News Bureau, 

Chicago. 
Rand & McNally, Chicago. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
The Butterick Pub. Co., 
London and New York. 
Christian Union Company, 

New York. 
Ernest Young, jr., 

New York. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Rough Notes Company, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 
Travelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 

E. J. Smith, 

Providence, R. I. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Practical Mechanic. July, 1891 
Brains. August 1, 1891 



Ice and Refrigeration. August, 1891 
The Argosy. August 15, 1891 



Archives of Pediatrics. August, 1891 T 



The Builders' Magazine. July, 1891... 

Buds and Blossoms. August, 1891 

Boston Musical Herald. August, 1891. 



The Farm Implement News. August, 1 891 

The New York Family Story Paper. August 22, 1891! 

Golden Hours. August 15, 1891 

Fanciers' Journal. August 8, 1891 



Scientific American. Architects' and Builders' Edition. 
August, 1891. 

Scientific American. August 8, 1891 

Good News. August 22, 1891 

New York Weekly. August 22, 1891 

The American Field. August 8, 1891 



The Boys of New York. August 22, 1891. 
The Farmers' Review. August 5, 1891.... 



The New York Supplement, No. 3. July 30, 1891. 

The Southeastern Reporter, No. 14. July 28, 1891. 

The Southern Reporter, No. 14. July 29, 1891 

The Pacific Reporter, No. 1. July 30, 1891 

The Federal Reporter, No. 7. July 28, 1891 

The Atlantic Reporter, No. 4. July 29, 1*91 

The American Digest, No 54. June, 1891 

Home and Farm. August 1, 1891 



The Central Law Journal. August 7, 1891 

The Southwestern Reporter, No. 13. August 9, 1891 

The Northwestern Reporter, No. 5. August 1, 1891 

The Federal Reporter, No. 8. A ugust 4, 1 89 1 

The Northeastern Reporter, No. 2. July 31, 1891... 
The Musical Visitor. July, 1891 



The Musical Visitor. August, 1891 



Pbopbietobs. 



F. S. Blanchard & Co., 

Worcester, Mass. 
United Publishing Com- 
pany, Meadville, Pa. 
H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
B. Lippincott & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
F. V. Strauss, New York. 
J. F. Avery, New York. 
Boston Musical Herald, 

Boston. 
Farm Implement News 
Company, Chicago. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Munn & Co. , New York. 

Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
American Field Publishing- 
Company, Chicago. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Hannibal H. Chandler & 
Co. , Chicago. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Home and Farm Publishing 
Company, Louisville, Ky. 
Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Do. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITION. 



The Alderman. By B. H. Ridgeley & I. Dinkelspiel 



B. H. Ridgeley & I. Dinkel- 
spiel. 



14 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Titles. 



Ah, Terina Dauzon, for piano. By Antonio Torroella .. 

Serafino Contradanza Cubana, for piano. By Enrique 

Guerrero. 

Open Thy Blue Eyes. Song by J. Massenet 

Sweet Lorna Doone. Words by George Cooper ; music 

by Frank Cushman. 

Mary and John Waltz, for piano. By C. E. Pratt 

Whistling Coon Schottische. By Sam Devere ; arranged 

for orchestra. 

Yes, I am Redeemed, male voices. By S. N. Spotts 

Keystone State March, for band. By E. L. Frock 

Salute Quickstep, for band. By J. P. Rowbotham 

May Festival Overture, for orchestra.- By W. S. Ripley. 
Baby's Chasing Butterflies. Song by C. A White 

Bon Ton Martha, for piano. By T. M. Glaessner 

Salutaris, for four female voices. By R. Baez 

Erie Overture, for banjo orchestra. By D. Mansfield 

Varsoviana, for orchestra. By Allen Dod worth ; arranged 

by G. Wiegand, by permission of S. T. Gordon & Son. 
Boylston Centennial March, for piano. By H. T. Bray. .. 

Six Responses. Mixed quartette. By W. C. Williams.. 

Forget-Me-Not Polka, for guitar, by Edward Schoene- 
feld. 

Merry Girls Quadrille, for guitar. By Edward Schoene- 
feld. 

Comrades Waltz, for piano. By Felix McGlennon ; ar- 
ranged by L. Raymond. 

Whistling Coon. Arranged for banjo by D. Emerson ; 
words and music by Sam Devere. 

Lily of the North Concert Waltz, for piano. By B. H. 
Carroll. 

Dreaming. Words by Henie ; music by Wm. L. Tat- 
lock 

In Summerland, for piano. By Alberto Himan 

Comrades Quickstep, arranged for piano. Jules Egg- 
hard. 

Scenes That Are Brightest, from Maritana, for piano. 
By W. V. Wallace. 

The Night at Bethlehem. Cantata. Words and music 
by Caryl Florio. 

Florine Valses, for piano. By Caroline Lowthian ; ar- 
ranged by P. F. Campiglio. 

Mazurka Caprice, for piano. By Homer N. Bartlett 

Usted Dispense Danza, for piano. By Tomas Rinz 

Ay ! Herminia Danzon, for piano. By Enrique de Acorsta. 
Gavotte, for piano. By F. Dreyschock 

1 Have Surely Built Thee an House. Music by Wm. L. 
Wood. 

Spring Greeting, for piano. By Malvine Schleiden. 

Opus 1. 
Royal Beauty Waltzes, for piano. By Walter A. Dolane. 



Peopeietoes. 



Richard A. Saalfield, 

New York. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



Brophy Bros. , Philadelphia. 
Do. 

White-Smith Music Pub- 
lishing Co. , Boston. 
Chas. Hambitzer, 

Milwaukee. 
Do. 
D. Mansfield, San Francisco, 
J.Schott, New York. 

G. A. Lincoln, 

Charlestown, Mass. 
Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Edward Schoenefeld, 

St. Louis. 
Do. 

Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

. Do.' 

Wm. L. Tatlock. 

Alberto Himan, New York. 
Do. 

L. Staples, San Francisco. 

M. Leidt & Co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Richard A. Saalfield, 

New York. 

Do. 
Miles & Thompson, Boston. 
Wm. Luton Wood. 

Malvine Schleiden. 

K. Dehnhoff, New York. 



15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Conti xu ED. 



Titles. 



La Belle Canadienne, for orchestra. By W. B. Bay ley.. 

Horn Pipe Polka, for orchestra. By Fr. Smith 

Benedicite Omnia Opera. Music by Ed. T. Remick 

Finney's New May Queen Quadrille, for orchestra 

The Loreley. Music by Jessie L. Pease 

La Fascination Schottische. Music by J. E. Fancher.... 
Duffy's Out of It Now. Words by H. G. Wheeler ; 

music by J. W. Wheeler. 
The Veterans' Peace March, for piano. By J. Allen 

The Wheelman's Song. Words by D. H. Morehead ; 

music by S. U. Cookinham. 
I Had Rather Stand at the Door. Quartette. By G. 

F. Root. 

Praise the Lord. Quartette. By Fred L. Morey 

Whom Have I in Heaven? By G. F. Root 

He Leadeth Me. Words by J. H. Gilmore ; music by 

E. L. Ashford. 
The World Itself Keeps Easter Day. By E. T. Remick 

The Day of Resurrection. By E. T. Remick 

Welcome, Happy Morning, By E. T. Remick 

On Wings of Loving Light. By E. T. Remick 

Easter Flowers, Easter Carols. By E. T. Remick 

All This Night Angels Sing. By E. T. Remick 

La Fascination Schottische, for piano. By John E. Fan- 
cher. 

1 Wonder Song. Words anonymous ; music by Francis 
Campbell. 

Sweet and Twenty. Words by Shakespeare ; music by 

Francis Campbell. 
L' Athens (a new dance). By R. Granger ; music by 

Jno. E Fancher. 

Let There Be Light. Song by J. de Zielinski 

Heart's Love, for the piano. By Josef Low 

Silent as Night. Song by Carl Bohm 

The Light of the World. Melody by P. P. Bliss ; ar- 
ranged by N. H. Allen. 

Lullaby, for piano. By Winthrop 

Mazurka, for piano. By Winthrop 

Nocturne, fjr piano. By Winthrop 

Polka, for piano. By Winthrop 

March, for piano. By Winthrop 

Two Answers. Words by Madge Elliott ; music by Mrs. 
Anna Guion. 

Praludium from Sinte. Op. 10, for piano. By E. A. 
MacDowell. 

A Lullaby, arranged as a song or piano solo. By E. 
R. Marvin. 

Mera lik Jesus. By A. L. Skoog 

Norah, My Village Queen. Words and music by T. F. 

Robson. 
Waves of the Ocean Galop, for piano. Arranged by 

Brunner. 
Fairy Tales Waltz, for piano. Arranged by Brunner 



Proprietors. 



Charles Bobzin & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Wheeler Bros., Boston. 

Joshua Allen, 

Walpole, Mass. 
R. C. Burton, Utica, X. Y. 

The John Church Com- 
pany, Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Charles Bobzin & Co. , 

Detroit, Mich. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

E. A. McDowell, 

United States. 
E. R. Marvin, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
A. L. Skoog, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 
Do. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Tiddledy Winks Schottisch, for band. By Gaston.. 

Sighs of Love, serenade for band. By Barrington 

Naola Waltz Gavotte, for band. By Bahr 

Dean Monde, a duet for B flat cornet and piano. By 

Beebe. 
Rest Eternal. Song. By Otto Pfefferkorn 

A Little While. Song in G. By Paul Loring 

I Wait Beneath Thy Window. Song in G. By M. Mosz- 

kowski. 
Rustic Cavalry. Vocal score. Words by G. Targioni- 

Tozzetti and G. Menasci ; music by Pietro Mascagin. 
Communion Service, in B flat. Mixed quartette. By 

Moritz E. Schwarz. 
Jubilate, in B flat. Mixed quartette. By John White. 
I Will Extol Thee. Mixed quartette. By Costa ; arranged 

by Wm. Rees. 
Bonum Est, in C. Mixed quartette. By Frank N. Shep- 

perd. 
Deus Misereatur, in E. Mixed quartette. By Horatio 

W. Parker. 
Now God Be With Us. Mixed quartette. By J. H. 

Brewer. 
Amazing Grace. Mixed quartette. By E. M. Doughty. 
The Lord is My Light. Mixed quartette. By Wm. 

Benbow. 
I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say. Mixed quartette. By 

Wm. Reed. 
Hark ! Hark, My Soul. Mixed quartette. By Wm. Reed. 
Seven Offertory Sentences. Mixed quartette. By Wm. 

Reed. 
Mr. and Mrs. Spikky Sparrow. Mixed quartette. By 

George Ingreham. 
The Gallant Troubadour. Mixed quartette. By M. 

Watson. 
Sleep Zaida. Words by ' ' Esperance, ' ' music by Eugene 

Oudin. 
The Advent Hymn, in D. Music by Ciro Pinsuti ; 

adapted by Geo. B. Nevin. 

Theme and Variations, in D flat. Song by H. Proch 

Oh ! Wilt thou not from Sleep Awake. Song in K flat. 

By D. Tagliofico. 
How could I fain have Slumber' d. From Opera Der 

Freischutz. Song in C, by Weber. English words by 

Nathan H. Dole. 

Calm as the Night. Vocal duet. By C. Gotze 

Divertissement, for piano, by Benjamin Godard. Re- 
vised and fingered by Wm. Scharfenberg. 
Fete Bachique, for piano, by C. Neustedt. Revised and 

fingered by Wm. Scharfenberg. 
Pierrot, Air de Ballet, for piano, by F. Thome. Re- 
vised and fingered by Wm. Scharfenberg. 
O, Lovely as the Morning Dawn. Words and music by 

D. B. MacLeod. 
Father Berg. Men's voices. Music by C. M. Bellman.. 

Cradle Song. Women's voices. Music by P. Renard 

The Seminary Series, No. 3, Vol. IV. Women's voices. 

Arranged by Max Spicker. 



Proprietors. 



H. E. McMillin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do 

Denver Music Publishing 
Company, Denver, Colo. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



French Cadet March. Music by D. Mansfield. 
Comrades March, band. Music by H. A. Hall. 



Proprietors. 



Romance, for violin (piano accompaniment). Music by 
Victor Hollaender. 

Premier Bolero. Music by Otto Hackh. Opus 55 

I'm Seventeen To-day. Words and music by W. J. Mel- 
bourne. 

He Never Came Back. Words and Music by Wm. Je- 
rome. 

Baby's Fast Asleep. Song. By Geo. M. Vickers 

Thou'rt Like Unto a Flower (for low voice). Music by 
Wm. L. Wood. 

Resolution (for low voice). Music by Wm. L. Wood 

A Bright Morning on the Alps. Music by Eduard Hoist. 

Canova Overture. Music by Heyser 



Northeastern Ohio Band Association Overture. Music 

by Farrar. 

Etolia Mazurka. Music by J. Schmitt , 

Warsign Galop. Music by Heyser 

I'll Love You Forever. Music by Ed. H. Cobb , 

The Messenger. Song. By Frederic E. Farrar , 

Evening Serenade. Music by J. H. McLellan 

Before the Tournament, No. 6, for piano. By August 

Hyllested. 
Memories of the Old Fireplace. Song. By A. M. Thatcher. 
Comrades. By Felix McGlennon. Arranged for cornet 

and piano by J. Wadsworth. 
My Hope Polka Caprice, for brass and reed band. By 

A. Liberati. 
The Darkie's Dream. By G. L. Lansing. Arranged for 

orchestra by permission of L. B. Gat comb & Co. 
The Darkie's Dream. By G. L. Lansing. Arranged for 

brass and reed band by permission of L. B. Gatcomb 

&Co. 
Orlinda Quickstep, for brass and reed band. By George 

Southwell. 
Telegram March, for brass and reed band. By H. E. 

Cogswell. 
Fidelia Andante and Waltz, for brass and reed band. 

By George Southwell. 
In Old Madrid, for brass and reed band. By H. Trotere.. 
Amazon Quickstep, for brass and reed band. By George 

Southwell. 
Take Me Back to My Dear Old Cabin Home. Words 

and music by S. J. Canham. 
Central City March, for piano. By F. A. Guttenberg 



Hurrah Galop, for piano. By L. M. Gottschalk 

The Fairies. Words by Wm. Allingham ; music by T. 

T. Barker. 
Martha. Grand Fantasie de Concert ; by J. N. Pattison.. 
Le Chant des Maiades Paraphase, for piano. By J. 

Ascher. 
Merry Wives of Windsor Galop, for piano. Arranged 

by Theo. Boettger. 
Katie Lee and Willie Gray. Song. By J. H. Pixley.... 

3TE 



D. Mansfield. 
Chas. W. Held, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Edward Schubert & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Do. 

Geo. M. Vickers. 
Wm. L. Wood. 

Do. 

Chas. T. French, New York. 
Farrar, Heyser & Cook, 

• Warren, Ohio. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

E. H. Cobb, Memphis, Tenn. 
Miles & Thompson, Boston. 

Do. 
The S. Brainard's Sons Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Do. 
W. H. Cundy, Boston. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 
Do. 




S. J. Canham, Garfield, 


Ill 


J. W. Burke & Co., 

Macon, Ga 
Heirs of L. M. Gottschalk 
Heirs of T. Barker. 


J. N. Pattison. 
Mrs. W. V. Wallace. 




T. Boettger. 




J. H. Pixley. 





18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Down by the Gate. Words by G. W. Birdseye ; music 

by J. R. Thomas. 
I'm Lonely Since my Mother Died. Words and music 

by H. S. Thompson. 

Solitude, for piano. By E. Mack 

Te Deum, in B flat. By F. H. Bradley 

Sacred March, from Jeanne d' Arc, for orchestra. By 

Ch. Gounod ; arranged by R. Grunewald. 
Only a Year. Words and music by Elizabeth A. Vore.. 
Song of the Hunter, in B. By F. Snow Knowlton 

Mrs. Deacon Brown. Humorous quartet. By Fred L. 

Morey. 
The Fields are White. Words by M. Sheeleigh ; music 

by B. S. Dise. 
The Golden Gate of Prayer. Words by C. L. Shack- 
lock ; music By J. H. Kissinger. 
Jesus, Master, Come to Me. Words by J. E. Rankin ; 

music by Robert Hance. 
Habsbnrg March, for mandolin and piano. Arranged 

by J. Donigan. 
The Lovers' Quarrel, or Mary and John. Arranged by 

C. H. Reed. 
High School Cadets March. By J. P. Sousa ; arranged 

for four hands. 
The Gladiator March. By J. P. Sousa ; arranged for 

four hands. 
Andolin Mazourka, for banjo, mandolin, and guitar. 

By D. Mansfield. 
Reinard Medley. Overture, for banjo, mandolin, and 

guitar. By D. Mansfield. 
The Home Where My Father and Mother Died. Song. 

By F. E. Reynolds. 

The Cocoanut Dance, for piano. By E. Hoist 

Bright Thoughts Gavotte, for orchestra. By R. E. Hil- 

dreth. 

Dora Gavotte, for orchestra. By Henry Sticht 

The Maid of Orleans ; scenes after Schiller's drama, for 

soprano, baritone, and men's voices. By H. Hofman ; 

English translation by Mrs. J. P. Morgan. 
Beneath the Old Elm Tree. Words and music by F. E. 

Reynolds. 
Lead Me to the Rock. Music by J. H. Kissinger 

At Home with the Lord. Words by M. Scheeleigh 
music by Robert Hance. 

The Dancer's Dream, for violin and piano. By Alfred 
De Seve. 

When the Child Reposes, in B flat. Song. By Fr. Riga. 

In Meadow Grass, in E flat. Song. By Carl Bohm 

Valse Espagnole. By Olivier Metra ; arranged for guitar 
by C. de Janon. 

Fragrant Heather Polka, for piano. By C. V. Cloy ; ar- 
ranged for four hands by F. W. Messe. 

Infelice Fantasia Polka, for cornet and piano. By J. S. 
Cox. 

Bonnie Eloise Fantasie, for clarinet and piano. By J. S. 
Cox. 



J. R. Thomas. 

H. S. Thompson. 

Mrs. E. Mack. 

National Music Co., Chicago. 

W. H. Cundy, Boston. 

F. Trifet, Boston. 

S. Brainard Son's Company, 
Chicago. 
Do. 

B. M. Dise. 

The Lutheran Publication 

Society. 
Robert Hance. 

C. A. Schlam. 

Broder & Schlam. 

Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 

Do. 

Hitchcock & McCargo Pub. 
Co., L'd, New York. 

Do. 
J. Schott, New York. 

Do. 
Mrs. J. P. Morgan. 



Hitchcock & McCarge Pub. 

Co. (Ltd.), New York. 
The Lutheran Publishing 

Society. 
Robert Hance. 

Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



19 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS -CONTINUED. 



TlTI.I 



To Musette, in A Hat. Song. By E. Bourgeois 

Festivity Quadrille, for piano. By T. IF. Rollinsons 

And YeShall Find Rest, in Eflat. Song. By B. F. Wallers 
Blooming Meadow Polka, for piano. By C. V. Cloy; 

arranged for four hands by F. \V. Messe. 

Valse, for four hands. By William Incho 

Schottische, for four hands. By William Incho 

Galop, for four hands. By William Incho 

Polka, for four hands. By William Incho 

Redowa, for four hands. By William Incho 

Quadrille, for four hands. By William Incho 

Lilla's Highland March, for piano. By Carl Lorenz 

The Miseries of Sneezing. Words and music by Ossian 

E. Dodge. 
The Mountaineer's Song. Words by Dr. W. J. Wetmore ; 

music by L. M. Gottschalk. 
Who Will Care for Mother Now, for piano. By Charles 

Grobe. 
How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place. By G. F. Root 



Will That Not Joyful Be. Words by H. C. V. Schwir- 

nitz ; music by J. R. Murray. 

Sweet the Moments. By James H. Robinson 

Love Divine. By G. F. R 

The Righteous Shall Be Glad. By J. R. Murray 

Money. Words by H. B. Smith ; music by W. H. 

Batchelor. 
That's What the Wild Waves Are Saying. Words by 

H. B. Smith ; music by W. H. Batchelor. 
Wedding Bells. Words by H. B. Smith ; music by W. 

H. Batchelor. 
Lullaby of the Waves. Words by H..B. Smith ; music 

by W. H. Batchelor. 
The Bogie Man. Words by H. B. Smith ; music by W. 

H. Batchelor. 

What Next? for piano. By E. C. Gaebler 

Gavotte, for piano. By W. F. Sudds 

Autophone Waltz, for two banjos, mandoline and guitar. 

By D. Mansfield. 
The Day I Lost Me Job. Words and music by George 

Marshall. 
Heart of my Heart. Transcription for piano. By Charles 

E. Pratt ; melody by Will H. Fox. 
The Mount of Olives. Words by Augusta Hancock ; 

music by Henry Parker. 

Mazurka, for piano. By Sig. Stojowski 

Legende, for piano. By Sig. Stoj o wski 



Pbopeietoes. 



()li\ er Ditson Co., Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Heirs of William Incho. 

Do. 

Do. " 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Carl Lorenz. 
Heirs of O E. Dodge. 

Heirs of L. M. Gottschalk. 

Heirs of C. Grobe. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
D. Mansfield,. San Francisco. 

Frank Harding, New York. 

Do. 

H. B. Stevens & Co. , 



Boston. 



Do. 
Do. 



MAPS. 



Brenham, Tex. July, 1891 Sanborn- Perris Map Com- 
pany Limited. New York. 

Franklin, Pa. July, 1891 Do. 

Red Wing, Minn. June, 1891 Do. 

Augusta, Kans., July, 1891 Do. 

Spearfish, S. Dak. July, 1891 | Do. 



20 

MAPS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Peopeietoes. 


Rockdale, Tex. July, 1891 


Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany Limited. New York. 
Do. 


South Kingston, R. I. July, 1891 


Oil City, Venango County, Pa 


Do. 


Otego, Otsego County, N. Y. 


Do. 


Tionesta, Forest County, Pa 


Do. 


Farmville, Prince Edward County Va 


Do. 


Pine Grove, Schuylkill County, Pa 


Do. 


Springfield, Mo. June, 1891 


Do. 


Harriman, Tenn. June, 1891 


Do. 


Canisteo, N. Y. July, 1891 


Do. 


Winchester, Va. June, 1891 


Do. 


Pointed Post, N. Y. July, 1891 


Do. 


Caldwell, Tex. July, 1891 


Do. 


Friendship, N. Y. July, 1891 


Do. 


Murfreesboro, Tenn. July, 1891 


Do. 


Delhi, iN. Y. June, 1891 


Do. 


E. Greenwich, R. I. June, 1891 


Do. 


Walton, N. Y. June, 1891 


Do. 


Watkins, N. Y. June, 1891 


Do. 


Braddock, Pa. June, 1891 


Do. 


Tullahoma, Tenn. June, 1891 


Do. 


Owingsville, Ky. July, 1891 


Do. 







CHARTS. 



Piano-forte Harmony Instructor, Rev. Ed. 



L. Staples, San Francisco. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



"Elaine." No. 1 

"Elaine." No. 2 

"Elaine." No. 3 

"Vesuvius," U. S. N. 831 

"Atlanta," U. S. N. 815 

"Boston," U. S. N. 810 

"Yorktown," U. S. N. 805 B 

"Newark," U. S. N. 839 D 

"Newark," U. S. N. 839C 

"Chicago," U. S. N. 812 

"Chicago," U. S. N. 811 

Double Dish. No. 01000 

"Waug" 

Eleven of Us 

Watch Box. No. 795 

Watch Box. No. 815 

Watch Box. No. 835 

Syrup Pitcher and Plate. No. 01000 



H. McMichael, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Do. 
Do. 
J. S. Johnston, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Gorham Manufacturing Co. , 
Providence, R. I. 
Miss Minnie Lewis, 

New York. 
Henry J. Thine, 

Newark, N. J. 
Gorham Manufacturing Co. , 
Providence, R. I. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Near the Lake. By George W. Bolide Geo. W. Bolide, New York . 

A Glimpse of the Mohawk. By George W. Bohde Do. 

Point Road. By George W. Bohde Do. 

Dry Brook Farm House. By E. C. Rost E. C. Rost, New York. 

Near Kingston, N. Y. By H. M. Rosenhurg H. M. Rosenhurg, 

New York. 
Old Cottages Near Margantvill. By. H. M. Rosenhurg... Do. 

On the Upper Thames. By F. Leo Hunter F. Leo Hunter, New York. 

Noonday in Kent. By F. Leo Hunter Do. 

On the Yantico River. By Arthur Hoeher Arthur Hoeher, New York. 

Near Water Mill, R. I. By Arthur Hoeher Do. 

Rejected Love. By F. M. Spiegle F. M. Spiegle, New York. 

Pickerel Fishing. By Wm. M. Cary Wm. M. Cary, New York. 

The Valley of the Connecticut. By Wm. M. Cary Do. 

Old Farmyard. By Wm. M. Cary Do. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Chromatic Programme Bulletin 

When Love Plays 

Japanese Quince 

Vase in Royal Worcester 

Fern-Leaf Decoration 

Lilac, White and Yellow Chrysanthemums 

Pansy Design 

Shaving Mug 

Waves and Surf 

Catherine Mermet Roses 

Ma Belle 

Cottage of C. H. Jacque 

The Woodland Brook 

Off the Coast of Maine 

Japan Lilies 

Report of Juvenile Fashions. August, 1891 .... 

The Tailors' Review. Winter 1891-92 

Birds-Eye View of Greenshoro, N. C. 1891 

Birds-Eye View of Winston-Salem, N. C. 1891 

Birds-Eye View of Durham, N. C. 1891 

Birds-Eye View of Asheville, N. C. 1 891 

Warrenshurgh, N. Y 

Fort Plain, N. Y 

Wilmington, Vt 

Happy Birds Waltz 

Rippling Waves Boat Song 



J. Ottmann Lithographing 
Company, New York. 
The Art Interchange Com- 
pany, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
The Butterick Publishing 
Company (Limited), 
London and New York. 

Do. 
Ruger & Stoner, 

Madison, Wis. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
L. R. Burleigh, Troy, N. Y. 

Do. 

Do. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

Do. 



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Titles. 



Proprietoes. 



Study of Sheep. Brissot L. Prang & Co. 

Maine Lumber Schooners. Design 1. By Louis K. Do. 

Harlow. 

The Old Stone Bridge. Design 2. By Louis K. Harlow. Do. 

Off the Lagoons, Venice. Design 3. By Louis K. Harlow. Do. 

Eoadside Birches. Design 4. By Louis K. Harlow Do. 

Pines in the Twilight. Design 5. By Louis K. Harlow. Do. 

The Mill Stream. Design 6. By Louis K. Harlow Do. 

Old Cat and Kittens. Design 1 Do. 

Pigs Looking Out of Box. Design 2 Do. 

Chickens Escaping from Box. Design 3 Do. 

A Pup Held Against Wall. Design 4 Do. 

Characters from Mother Goose '. Do. 

Iris. Design 1 Do. 

Iris. Design 2 j Do. 

Pink Water Lily. By L. B. Field ! Do. 

Roma. By Sarah Choate Sears I Do. 

Phyllis. By Rosina Emmet j Do. 

Study of Carnation Pinks. By L. B. Field j Do. 

Study of Roses, No. 6. By Virginia James Do. 

Take Care. Design 1. By A. F. Tait Do. 

Kluck ! Kluck ! Design 2. By A. F. Tait Do. 

Bunch of Wisteria. Design 3 Do. 

Dandelion and Butterfly. Design 1 Do. 

Golden Rod and Milkweed. Design 2 Do. 

The Progressive Laugh. By Ida Waugh Do. 

Lady's Head and Yellow Roses. Design 1 Do. 

Lady's Head and White Roses. Design 2 Do. 



Boston. 



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WASHINGTON : 

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1891. 



Treasury Department, 



Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Dockham's Report of the Textile Manufacture and Dry 

Goods Trade. 1891 -'92. 
Gloversville and Johnstown Directory. For 1891 

Hartford City Directory. July, 1891 

Poetical Works. By Edmund C. Stednian 

Pages from an Old Volume of Life. By O. W. Holmes... 

History of Spanish Literature. 3 vols., in 6 parts. By 

George Ticknor. 
The iEgis. By Austin Craig 

Banking and Commercial Guide. By G. M. Harcourt 

The Children's Primer. By Ellen M. Cyr 

The Cruise of the Bianca. By E. R. Hoadly, jr 

Why I am not an Agnostic. By E. D. Smith 

Catalogue of Minerals and Synonyms. By T. Egleston... 

Tentative Lists of Objects desirable for a Collection of 
Casts to illustrate the History of Plastic Art. 

History of Greece. Vol. 4, sec. 2. By Victor Duruy 

Missouri Appeal Reports. Vol. 43. By I). Goldsmith 
and B. E. Guthrie. 

Don Miguel. By Edward S. Van Zile 

Manual of Heavy Artillery Service. By Jno. C. Tidball.. 

Life's Handicap. By Rudyard Kipling 

How to Teach Drawing. By Grace Hooper 

Universal Blanks for Written Spelling. Series A 

Universal Blanks for Written Spelling. Series B 

As Ye Sow. By Leander Richardson 

Pocket Library. No. 396 

Dime Library. No. 6G8 

Popular Library. No. 20 

Half-Dime Library. No. 733 

Form of Reception of Members into Epworth League. 

By Wm. V. Marsh. 
A Good Friend to the Baby. By M. A . Walter-Redmond. .. 

Street and Street Railway Guide 

Poetical Works. By John G. Whittier 

Judge Longstreet. By O. P. Fitzgerald 

Dream Children. By Horace E. Scudder 

Wyoming and Indian Melodies. By Richard L. O'Mal- 
ley. 

(3) 



Proprietors. 



C. A. Dockham & Co., 

Boston. 

O. H. Baine, 

Gloversville, N. Y. 

The Hartford Printing Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. 

E. C. Stedman, New York. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes, 

Boston. 

Anna E. Ticknor, Boston. 

Austin Craig, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Dealy & Baker, 

Houston, Tex. 
Ellen M. Cyr, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Edward D. Smith, 

Philadelphia. 
Thomas Egleston, 

New York. 

Special Committee of Met. 

Mus. of Art, New York. 

Estes & Lauriat, Boston. 

E. W. Stephens, 

Columbia, Mo. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
James J. Chapman, 

Washington, D. C. 
Macmillan & Co., 

London and New York. 
Teachers' Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
W. J. Kimbrough, 

Richmond, Va. 
Do. 
L. Richardson, New York. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Wm. V. Marsh, 

Stryker, Ohio. 
M. A. Walter-Redmond, 

Albany, N. Y. 
D. G. Williams, Quincy, 111. 
John G. Whittier, 

Amesbury, Mass. 
O. P. Fitzgerald, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
H. E. Scudder, Boston. 

R. L. O'Malley, 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



A Pronouncing Speller. By Thomas R. Vickroy 



Words and Synonyms. By Thomas R. Vickroy 

Elements of Language and Grammar. By Thomas R. 

Vickroy. 

Elements of Arithmetic. By Thomas R. Vickroy 

Primer of Reading and Writing. By Thomas R. Vickroy.. 
Complete Course of Arithmetic. By Thomas R. Vickroy.. 
Complete Course of Language and Grammar. By 

Thomas R. Vickroy. 

In Office. By Lewis V. Bogy 

American and English Encyclopedia of Law. Vol. 16. 

By John H. Merrill. 
Index-Digest and Notes of Texas Reports. By A. B. 

Peticolas. 
United States Supreme Court Reports. July, 1891. 

No. 3, pp. 377-592. 

Secret Societies. By B. Carradine 

The Infinitive Participle and Language. By Jno. H. 

Street. 

Pocket Manual of Stocks. By A. S. Leland 

Excelsior Letter Register No. 6 



Notice of Errors in Inter-Line Way-Bills. By M. M. 

Kirk man. 

Bible Panorama. By W. A. Foster 

The Game of Towers. C. F. Reeves 

Elite Mandolin Instructor. By Arling Shaeffer 

The Practical Organ Instructor. By F. A. Fillmore 

Die Sarazenen. By E. A. MacDowell 

Harding's 100 Jigs and Reels, for violin or piano 

His First Case. By Julian Hawthorne and Melville 

Philips. 
Old Cap Collier Library. No. 409 



Black Diamond Roofing. Annual Catalogue, 1891 , 
The Michigan Engineers' Annual, for 1891 



Revival Hymns. By J. H. Albright , 
Duty. By Julius H. Seelye , 



Proprietors. 



Wedding Bells. By H. Emilie Taylor. 



Evenings at Home. By Uncle John 

Man, Money, and the Bible. By John R. Allen. 

The Carletons. By Robert Grant 

A Living Sacrifice. By Agnes G. Chrisman 



Voyle's New Process for Computing Interest and Discount. 
Reference Dictionary of the Booksellers and Stationers 

in the United States and Canada. 
Thoughts and Fancies. By Mary D. Brine , 



Elite Directory of Brooklyn, for 1891 

The Ice Age in North America. By G. Frederick Wright. 



Vickroy, 
St. Louis, 



Mo. 



Thomas R. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 
Edward Thompson Com- 
pany, Northport, N. Y. 
The Gilbert Book Company, 
St. Louis. 
The Lawyers' Cooperative 
Pub. Co., Rochester, N.Y. 
A. W. Hall, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Jno. H. Street, 

Bethany, Mo. 
Arthur S. Leland, Boston. 
Dennison & Brown, 

New York. 
M. M. Kirkman, Chicago. 

W. A. Foster, Philadelphia. 

C. F. Reeves, New York. 
Arling Shaeffer^ Chicago. 
Fillmore Bros., Cincinnati. 
E. A. MacDowell, Boston. 
Frank Harding, New York. 
J. Hawthorne & M. Philips, 

New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Ehret- Warren Manufactur- 
ing Company, St. Louis. 
Michigan Engineering So- 
ciety, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

D. W.' Crider, York, Pa. 
Julius H. Seelye, 

Amherst, Mass. 
H. Emilie Taylor, 

Worcester, Mass. 
O. M. Dunham, New York. 
John R. Allen, 

Honey Grove, Tex. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Agnes G. Chrisman, 

Beauregard, Miss. 
E.E.Voyle, Gainsville, Fla. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 

Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Lain & Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 



BOOKS— CONTINl ED. 



Titles. 



A Widow's Predicament. By One of I lor Sex 

Prospectus, People's Loan Company 

Latest News from Europe 

Sporting Forecasts (Six) 

The Link-Belt Engineering Company Review (Price List)., 

Crowds at Aix. Aix-les-P>ains, August 10, 1891 

The Limitations of Pambe Sebanc. By Rudyard Kipling. 

The City of Dreadful Night. By Rudyard Kipling 

The Dream of Duncan Barrenness. By Rudyard Kipling. 

Naboth. By Rudyard Kipling 

Bubbling Well Road. By Rudyard Kipling 

Little Tobrah. By Rudyard Kipling 

Reingelder and the German Flag. By Rudyard Kipling. 

Jews in Shushan. By Rudyard Kipling 

Through the Fire. By Rudyard Kipling 

The Finances of the Gods. By Rudyard Kipling 

The Lang Men of o' Larut. By Rudyard Kipling 

The Wandering Jew. By Rudyard Kipling 

The Amir's Homily. By Rudyard Kipling 

Georgie Porgie. By Rudyard Kipling 

The Harp of Judah. By L. O. Emerson 

The Quick Guitar Method. By Rev. Samuel A. Kellogg., 



The People's Horse, Cattle, Sheep, and Swine Doctor. 

William H. Clarke. 
The American Yacht List. For 1891 . . . . . 



By 



Pawtucket Directory. 1891. 



Abendpost-Kalender. 1892 

The Art of Modern Lace-Making. 



The Art of Crocheting 

Boys and Girl's Menagerie and Railroad Blocks. 



As To France and Russia. London, August 8, 1891 

American State Reports. Vol.19. By A. C. Freeman.... 



Piaget's Perfect Record Book. By L. A. Piaget. 
A System of Numbering Insurance Policies 



Daily Report. Mail at Once 

Summary. Solicitor. In Account With 

Company. 

Policy Register 

Revival Register 

Daily Report. Mail on Day of Issue 

Survey 

Insurance Company. Semi-Annual Statement 
Summary of Collection Book. District No. — 
In Account With — — Insurance Company.. 



Insurance 



Collectors and Solicitors. Summary of Weekly Settle- 
ments. 



PBOPE] ectoes. 



W. A. Lewis. 

Washington, I). C. 
Nicolay Grevstad, 

Minneapolis. 

The Sun Printing and Pub- 
lishing Ass']], New York. 
The Sporting World Com- 
pany, New York. 
Link-Belt Engineering Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Macraillan & Co., 

New Yoik. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
L. O. Emerson, Boston. 

S. A. Kellogg, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
M. T. Richardson, 

New York. 
Thomas Manning, 

New York. 
Sampson, Murdock & Co. , 

Boston. 

Wm. B. Bauer, Chicago. 

The Butterick Publishing 

Co., New York. 

Do. 

McLoughlin Bros., 

New York. 
The New York Times. 
Bancroft-Whitney Com- 
pany, San Francisco. 
L. A. Piaget, Paterson, N. J. 
Milton A. Nobles, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Schedule of Possible Lapses 

Schedule of Lapsed Policies 

For Home Office 

Credit Note 

Debit Note 

District No. Insurance Company — Register. Weekly 

Debit and Lapsed Accounts. 

To Insurance Company. Please Enter in District 

No. . 

To — > Insurance Co. Please Lapse in Dist. No. : . 

To Insurance Co. Please send transfer for Pol- 
icy No. . 

To Insurance Co. I have transferred Policy 

No. . 

Insurance Co., of . Please Insure 

Occupancy. 

Detroit City Directory. 1891 

New Primary Arithmetic. By James B. Thompson 

New Elementary Arithmetic. By James B. Thompson... 
New Grammar School Arithmetic. By James B. Thomp- 
son. 
Do You Pay Kent ? Stop It ! By Jno. S. Hanson 

Medal Brand Wire Edge Roofing. By W. H. H. Cbilds. 

Stories from France. Paris, August 9, 1891 

Coaching at Trouville. Trouville, August 9, 1891 

Supplemental Price List. 1891 

Benton' s Music Teacher. By J. B. Benton 

The Good Things of Life. Eighth Series 

The Believer's Note Book. August 13 19, 1891 

History of Company K, 1st Inft. Penna. Reserves. By 

H. N. Minnigh. 
Illinois Reports. Vol. 135, pages 9 to 137. Norman L. 

Freeman, Reporter. 
A Grammar of the Old Persian Language. By H. C. 

Tolman. 
Key to Colloquial German. By Thomas B. Browson 

Camp Notes. By Joseph H. Taylor 

Lyra Triumphalis. By Thomas L. Harris 

A Winter at Nice. By E. Von Osten 

The Captain Wife. By Jules Verne 

Memoirs of A. J. (Jack) Reed. By Himself. 

Yesterday in London. London, August 8, 1891 

Mrs. Eames Was Hasty. Paris, Augusts, 1891 

Problem of the Farmer Solved 



Milton A. Nobles, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

R. L. Polk & Co., Detroit. 
M. C. Thompson, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

John S. Hanson, 

Mott Haven, N. Y. 
W. H. H. Childs, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Whitehall, Tatum & Co., 

New York. 
J.B. Benton, Wortham, Tex. 
Frederick A. Stokes Co., 

New York. 
Little & Brown, 

Manchester, N. H. 
Harry N. Minnigh, 

Duncansville, Pa. 
Norman L. Freeman, 

Springfield, 111. 
H. C. Tolman, Boston. 

Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
Joseph H. Taylor. 

Bismarck, N. Dak. 
T. L. Harris, 

Santa Rosa, Cal. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Company, Chicago. 

The Authors' Alliance, 

New York. 
J. S. Ross, Eldorado, Iowa. 
Press Pub. Co.,N. Y. World, 
New York. 
Do. 
New York Mail and Ex- 
press, . New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Structure of Textile Fibers. By G. D. Rice, jr. 



Design and Prospectus for a National Gallery of History 

and Art at Washington. 
Spelling Book. Indiana State Series 



Primary Lessons in Human Physiology. By O. P. Jen- 
kins. 

Advanced Lessons in Human Physiology. By O. P. Jen- 
kins. 

Complete English Grammar. Indiana State Series 

Colloquial German. By Thomas B. Bronson 



Membership and Historical Record for Sunday Schools.. 

Handy Lists of Technical Literature. By Henry E. 
Haferkorn. 

The Belle of Glenville 

An Unwilling Bride 

Eureka Pass Book. 

The Exile. By Forrest Crissey 

The Baronet's Bride. By May Agnes Fleming 

What was She to Him? By Mrs. Alex. McV. Miller 

Billy Joyce. By Old Sleuth 

Delia's Handsome Husband. By Laura Jean Libbey.... 

The Ghost of Hurricane Hills. By Mary E. Bryan 

Blind Dan's Daughter. By Wenona Gilman 

Mad Kingsley's Heir. By E. Burke Collins 

Little Lill. By Lucy R. Comfort 

She Trusted Him. By Charles Garvice 

Detective Library. No. 454 

Boys' Star Library. No. 217 

Wide Awake Library. No. 1062 

Directory of Bangor and Brewer. 1891 

Annotated Constitution of United States. By A. J. 

Chiming Bells. By D. W. Christ 

Estella's Husband. By May Agnes Fleming 

The Celestial Messenger. By Lewis King, 

A Book of Inventions. By C. D. Mosher 

Melodies for the Little Ones at Home. By Beulalr J. 
Wilson. 

Evolution of the Locomotive 

Old Sleuth, the Detective. By Old Sleuth 

Young People's Dialogues 

Exhibition Speaker 

Humorous Speaker 

Young American Speaker. 

School Girl's Speaker 

Children's Speaker 

Temperance Speaker 

School Dialogues 

Dramatic Dialogues 

Popular Dialogues 



Proprietors. 



George Damon Kice, jr., 

Boston. 

Franklin W. Smith, Boston. 

Josephus Collett, 

Indianapolis. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
Samuel P. Wallace, 

Akron, Ohio. 
Henry E. Haferkorn, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
George Munro, New York. 

Do. 
Eureka Cash Register Co., 

Knoxville, Pa. 
Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 
Davis & Elverson, 

New York. 
George Munro, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Cannon & Co , Bangor, Me. 
Callaghan & Co. , Chicago. 

D.W. Christ, Moultrie, Ohio. 
Davis & Elverson, 

New York. 
Israel Cody, Lansing, Mich. 
Charles D. Mosher, Chicago. 
William Wilson, Chicago. 

E. L. Lomax, Omaha, Nebr. 
George Munro, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Original Dialogues 

Familiar Dialogues 

How Gymnastics are Taught in Sweden. By Baron Nils 

Posse. 
Allentown City Directory 

United States Reports. Vol. 141, Pt. 2. J. C. Bancroft 

Davis, Reporter. 
History of the American Theater. By Geo. O. Seilhamer 

Stub and Memorandum Ledger. By Potter & Pierce.... 

Floating to the Gulf. By Geo. L. Kilmer 

Pennsylvania Grit. By Geo. L. Kilmer 

In the Last Ditch. By Geo. L. Kilmer 

Street Railway and Street Guide of Kansas City 

Star Whist Record. By Henry R. Johnson 

Prospectus American Assets Realization Company 

First Meal of the Day. By M. E. W. Sherwood 

Round About Gotham. By Jno. A. Cockerill 

Colonel Cockerill's Letter. By Jno. A. Cockerill 

Their Wives out of Town 

Bathing Suits as Worn. By Ellen Osborn 

Don't Touch Them. By Edmund Collins 

Living Like Woodchucks. By Herbert L. Aldrich 

Fun at Narragansett. By Edith S. Tupper 

Big Lights in Saratoga. By Harry Walker 

Narragansett Belles. By Peggy Pendennis 

Turned Out to Grass. By Howard Fielding 

Gay Carrie Careless. By Carrie Careless 

The Mosquito Fleet. By Cruiser 

The Woman of Fashion 

Code of Criminal Procedure and Penal Code. By John 

T. Cook. 
Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 48 

Telegraphic Cipher of American Ore Machinery Com- 
pany. 
An Outraged Feeling in London. London, August 7, 1891 

Yacht Racing. Cowes, August 7, 1891 

Americans at Hamburg. Hamburg, August 7, 1891 

Valkyrie Wins Handily. Cowes, August 6, 1891 

A Fake Interview. Paris, August 7, 1891 

Count Von Bismarck. Bad Kissengen, August 11, 1891. 

The Herald Was Right. Paris, August 1 1 , 1H91 

Slavin Will Fight Sullivan. London, August 11, 1891 .. 
Curtis, the Walker, Coming. London, August 11, 1891 .. 

Gossip From Aix. London, August 12, 1891 

Coming to New York. London, August 12, 1891 

The Housewife's Club. August 13, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Baron Nils Posse, Boston. 

J. E. Williams, 

Allentown, Pa. 
Banks & Brothers, 

New York. 
Geo. 0. Seilhamer, 

Philadelphia. 
Potter & Pierce, 

New Bedford. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Milton P. Davis, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Henry R. Johnson, 

Springfield, Mass. 
W. Norton Reid, Boston. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
H. B. Parsons, Albany. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 

E. R. Williams, New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Funk & Wagnalls,' 

New York- 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Loin, The Beautiful. By A. S. Jackson. 



Thoughts for the Thoughtful. By J. M. S 

On Finishing Woolen Textiles. By G. 1). Rice, ir 



Tin- Story of Mary Ivors. By Walter Besant 

Sporting Forecasts. North Bergen 

About Advertising. By N. C. Fowler, jr 

China's Future Threatened. London, Augusts, 1891.... 

Delights of Aix-les-Bains. Aix-les- Bains, August 8, 1891.. 

Claus Spreckels Talks. Paris, August 8, 181)1 

The Peterhead Library. Peterhead, August 8, 1891 

An Historic House. Manchester, August 8, 1891 

Sight Seeing in London. London, August 8, 1891 

Americans Abroad. Paris, August 8, 1891 

Yachtsman Thompson's Views. Cowes, August 8, 1891.. 

Mrs. Potter's Story. Paris, Augusts, 1891 

Some London Gossip. London, August 8, 1891 

A Talk With Kochefort. London, August 8, 1891 

Ticklish Questions. London, Augusts. 1891 

Crushing the Alarmists. London, August 8, 1891 



Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Win. B. Savage, Boston. 
Geo. Damon Rice jr., 

Boston. 
Press Publishing Company 

N. V. World, New York. 

Sporting World Company, 
New York. 
Nathaniel C. Fowler, jr., 

Boston, 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



PERIODICALS. 



St. Louis AVeekly Market Reporter. August 8, 1891 



St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. August 8, 1891 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter, Produce Edition. Au- 
gust 8, 1891. 
Pnck. August 12, 1891 



The Northwest. August, 1891 

The Saddlery Drummer. July, 1891 



Bishop's A, B, C Guide. August, 1891 

Current La w. August 10, 1891 

The Waterbury . August, 1891 

Harper's Bazar. August 29, 1891 



Harper's Weekly. August 15, 1891. 
Short Stories. September, 1891 



The Farming World. August, 1891 

The Practical Housekeeper. August, 1891. 



Puck Kalender. For 1892 

Fashion and Fancy. September, 1891. 
2 T E 



Patrick J. J. O'Connor, 

St. Louis. 
Do. 
Do. 

Keppler & Schwarzmann. 

New York. 
E. V. Small ev, St. Paul. 
W. W. & W. M. Chamber- 
lain, Rome, N. Y. 
Traffic Publishing Company, 
San Francisco. 
Law News Bureau, 

Chicago. 
The Waterbury Watch Com- 
pany, Waterbury, Conn. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New r York. 
Do. 
The Current Literature Pub- 
lishing Co., New Y'ork. 
True & Co., Augusta, Me. 
H. Hallett&Co., 

Portland, Me. 
Keppler ec Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Fashion and Fancy Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Golden Moments. August, 1891 

The American Paper Trade. August 8, 1891 . 
The Home Music Journal. August, 1891 , 



Pkopkietoks. 



The Insurance Critic. August, 1891 

The Engineering Record. August 8, 1891. 
Outing. August 8 and 15, 1891 



New York Amusement Gazette. August 10, 1891 

Grocers' Regulator. August 6, 1891 



American Notes and Queries. August 8, 1891. 
The Rider and Driver. August 15, 1891 



The Boys of New York. August 29, 1891. 
The Jewelers' Weekly. August 12, 1891.. 



The Ameiican Farmer. August, 1891. 



Sunshine for Youth. August, 1891... 
The People's Journal. August, 1891. 



The American Florist. August 13, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. September, 1891. 



The People's Literary Companion. August, 1891. 

The National Farmer. August, 1891 

Home and Fireside Magazine. August, 1891 



Fanciers' Journal. August 15, 18°>1 

Godey's Lady's Book. September, 1891. 
The Farmers' Review. August 12, 1891. 
Brooklyn Life. August 15, 1891 



The Family Herald. August, 1891 

Daughters of America. August, 1891.. 
The Medical Record. August 15, 1891. 



The Christian Herald. August 12, 1891. 
The School Journal. August 15, 1891.. 



The Sporting Life. August 15, 1891 

The Thrifty Farmer. August, 1891 

Hall ett's Latest and Best. August, 1891. 



Fox's Weekly. August 24, 1891 

The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. August 15, 

1891. 
Home and Farm. August 15, 1891 



The Keystone. August, 1891. 



True & Co., Augusta, Me. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 
The Home Music Company, 
Logansport, Ind. 
Geo. W. Corliss, New York. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
Outing Company (Limited), 
New York. 
F. T. Low, New York. 

Reid, Murdock & Co., 

Chicago. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia. 
The Rider and Driver, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
The Jewelers' Weekly Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 
H. Hallett&Co., 

Portland, Me. 
E. C. Allen, Augusta, Me. 
George Stinson & Co. , 

Portland, Me. 
American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
E. C. Allen, Augusta, Me. 

Do. 
H. Hallett&Co., 

Portland, Me. 
Fanciers' Journal Publish- 
ing Co., Philadelphia. 
Godey Publishing Company, 
Philadelphia. 
Hannibal H. Chandler & 
Co. , Chicago. 

Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
True & Co., Augusta, Me. 

Do. 
William Wood & Co. , 

New York. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
The Sporting Life Publish- 
ing Co., Philadelphia. 
George Stinson & Co. , 

Portland, Me. 
H. Hallett&Co., 

Portland, Me. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
L. K. Strouse&Co., 

New York. 

Home and Farm Publishing 

Company, Louisville, Ky. 

S. H. Steele, Philadelphia. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Cont lntjed. 



Titles. 



The American Field. August 13, 1891.... 
The Jewelers' Circular. August 12, 1891. 



The Christian Weekly. August 15, 1891. 
The Rural New Yorker. August 15, 1891 



The Police Gazette. August 22, 1891 
Forest and Stream. August 13, 1891., 



Puck's Library. September, 1891 

The Argosy. August 22, 1891 

The Electrical World. August 15, 1891 

Farm and Home. August 15, 1891 

The Missionary Review. September, 1891 

The Phonographic Magazine. August, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland. August 12, 1891. 
The Custom Cutter. August, 1 891 



Scientific American. August 15, 1891. 
The Ave Maria. August 15, 1891 



Esoteric Development. July, 1891. 
The Delineator. September, 1891 . 

The Housewife. August, 1891 , 



G ood News. August 29, 1891 

New York Weekly. August 29, 1891. 
Golden Hours. August 29, 1891 



The N. Y. Family Story Paper. August 29, 1891 

The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. August 8, 
1891. 

St. Louis Life. August 6, 1891 

The Fireside Companion. August 15, 22, and 27, 1891.. 

Grocers' Hand-Book. August 6, 1891 

The New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 4. August 

6, 1891. 

The Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 3. August 

7, 1891. 

The Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 5. August 5, 1891. 
The Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 15. August 5, 1891. 
The Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 15. August 

4, 1891. 
The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 2. August 6, 1891 . . 
The Federal Reporter. Vol. 46, No. 9. August 11, 1891. 
The Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 6. August 

8, 1891. 

The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 16, No. 14. August 
10, 1891. 



Proprietors. 



American Field Publishing 

Company, New York. 
Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Ernest Young, jr. , NewYork. 
Rural Publishing Company, 
New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
The W. J. Johnson Corn- 
pan v (Ltd.), New York. 
The Phelps Publishing Co., 
Springfield, Mass. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Jerome B. Howard, 

Cincinnati. 
Germania Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Robert Phillips Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Munn & Co., New York. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Chas. H. Mackay. 
Butterick Publishing Co., 

New York. 
Housewife Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Street & Smith, New Y^ork. 

Do. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
L. K. Strouse & Co., 

New York. 
St. Louis Life, St. Louis. 
George Munro, New Y^ork. 
McCord-Brady Co., Omaha. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



12 



PERIODIC ALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pkopkietobs. 



St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. August 10 to August 

15, 1891. 
The American Builder. August, 1891 



Fox's Weekly. August 17 

The Youth's Companion. August 13, 1891. 



Bubier's Popular Electrician. August, 1891 

American Machinist. August 13, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. August 12, 1891 

The Electrical Review. August 15, 1 891 

California Bankers' Magazine. June, 1891 

Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. August 8, 1891 .. 

The Mercantile Adjuster, August, 1891 

The Look-Out. August, 1891 

The American Bank Reporter. July and August 

The American Journal of Obstetrics. August, 1891. 



Young Ladies' Fashion Bazar. September, 1891. 

The American Contractor. August 8, 1891 

American Architect. August 8, 1891 

The Pilgrim. September, 1891 

The Arkansas Traveler. August 15, 1891 



Bradstreet's. August 8, 1891 

Tobacco. August 7, 1891 

The American Stock-Keeper. August 8, 1891. 
The Rider and Driver. August 8, 1 891 



Profitable Advertising. August, 1891 

The Albany Law Journal. August 8, 1891. 



Texas Sittings. August 15, 1 891 

The New York Medical Journal. August 8, 1891 



Architecture and Building. Augusts, 1891.. 
Around the World on Foot. August 8, 1891. 



The Yankee Blade. August 8, 1891. 
Penmans' Gazette. August, 1891.... 
Teachers' Institute. August, 1891... 



The Iowa Sunday School Teacher. August, 1891. 
The Housekeeper. August 15, 1891 



Patrick J. J. O'Connor, 

St. Louis. 
American Builder Publish- 
ing Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Perry Mason & Co. 

New York. 
Bubier Publishing Com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 
American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
J. W. Treadwell, 

San Francisco. 
E. &H. T. Anthony & Co., 
New York. 
Gerrit H. Ten Broek, 

St. Louis. 
J. Stilman Smith & Co., 

Boston. 
Anthony Stumpf & Co. , 

New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
George Munro, New York. 

B. Edwards & Co. , Chicago. 
Ticknor & Co. , New York. 
R. S. Dewey, Philadelphia. 
Review Publishing Co. , 

Chicago. 
TheBradstreetCo., 

New York. 
The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
American Stock-Keeper 
Publishing Co., Boston. 
The Rider and Driver, 

New York. 

C. F. David, Boston. 
Weed, Parsons & Co. , 

Albany, N. Y. 

Texas Sittings Publishing 

Company, New York. 

D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
Botzum & Kennedy, 

Akron, Ohio. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 

D. T. Ames, New York. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Samuel J. Lindsay, 

JDes Moines. 
Buckeye Publishing Com- 
pany,- Minneapolis. 



13 



PERIODICALS— CONTINUED. 



Titles. 



The Texas Monthly. July, 1891 

Lend a Hand. August, 1891 

Golden Days. August 22, 1891... 



Saturday Night. August 29, 1891. 
Life. August 13, 1891 



The Quiver. September, 1891 

The University Magazine. August, 1891 

Painting and Decorating. August, 1891 

The New York Ledger. August 15, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated. August 15, 1891. 

The Progressive Times. August, 1891 

The Commercial Chronicle. August 8, 1891. 



The Golden Weekly. August 27, 1891. 
The Police News. August 15, 1891 



New York Clipper. August 15, 1891 

Bubier's Popular Electrician. July, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Eeporter. August 13, 1891, 
The Banner Weekly. No. 459 



Proprietors. 



Henry A. Moos, 

Seguin, Tex. 
J. Stillman Smith & Co., 

Boston. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
The Cassell Pul dishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
University Magazine Com- 
pany, New York. 
House Painting & Decorat- 
ing P. Co., Philadelphia. 
Eobert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Progressive Times Benefi- 
cent Order, Boston. 
Wm. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Police News Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Frank Queen Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Bubier Publishing Com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 
Shoe and Leather Eeporter, 
New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



The Sylvan March, for piano. By D. W. Crist 

My Own Thoughts Polka, for piano. By S. H. K. Saylor. 

The Burgin Polka, for piano. By John McPherson 

The Opal Waltz, for piano. By Paul Dee 

The Crittendon "So ! So ! " March, for piano. By Will 
Nehrboss. 

The Leonora Schottische, for piano. By D. W. Crist 

The Molly Stark Waltz, for piano. By D. W. Crist 

The Evergreen Waltz, for piano. By D. W. Crist 

The Farmers' Alliance Grand March, for piano. By D. 
W. Crist. 

The Silver Bell Waltz, for piano. By Jotham Sylvester. 

The May Queen Waltz, for piano. By S. J. Simpson 

Japanese Lullaby. Words by Eugene Field ; music by 
L. M. Siegfried. 

The Dear Old Barn at Home. Words by Fulton Gard- 
ner ; music by F. I. Crane, with orchestral accompani- 
ment. 

Valse Brillante, for piano. By Henry Wiesbauer 

L'Joyeuse Valse Caprice, for piano. By A. M. Cohen 



D. W. Crist, Moultrie, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Lillie M. Siegfried, 

New York. 
D. A. Crane, Brooklyn. 



Frank Brehm, 
Do. 



Erie, Pa. 



14 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Mid-day Parade, for band. By J. E. Feagans 

Exeter Schottische, for band. By J. H. Taylor 

Praise the Lord all ye Nations, for mixed voices. By 

Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. 
With Prayer and Supplication, for mixed voices. By 

Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. 
Peace I Leave with You, for mixed voices. By Mrs. H. 

H. A. Beach. 
Nunc Dimittis, for mixed voices. By Mrs. H. H. A. 

Beach. 

Double Quick Galop, for piano. By Albert U. Grant 

The Regimental Beauty Schottische, for piano. By 

Monroe H. Rosenfeld. 
Doubt Not. Words and music by Roma 



PHOPKIETOKS. 



The Parlor Primer March, for piano. By J. W. Wheeler.. 

The Parlor Primer Polka, for piano. By J. W. Wheeler. 
The Parlor Primer Galop, for piano. By J. W. Wheeler. 
The Parlor Primer Schottische, for piano. By J. W. 

Wheeler. 
The Parlor Primer Waltz, for piano. By J. W. Wheeler. 
The Parlor Primer Redowa, for piano. By C. D. Blake.. 
The Parlor Primer Waltz, for piano. By CD. Blake.... 
Children's Picnic Reverie, for piano. By C. D. Blake.... 
Children's Picnic Mazurka, for piano. By C. D. Blake.. 
Children's Picnic Nocturne, for piano. By C. D. Blake.. 
Children's Picnic Gavotte, for piano. By C. D. Blake.... 
Children's Picnic Polka-Redowa, for piano. By Chas. 

D. Blake. 
Drifting Snow Schottische. Rondo for piano. By Chas. 

D. Blake. 
Old Red Cradle. Quartette for male voices. By J. L. 

Gilbert ; arranged by C. D. Blake. 
Faces of the Past. Words and music by J. F. McDavitt. 
Spotswood Dream Waltz, for piano. By F. M. Spotswood 
Perhaps. Song. Words by F. M. Spotswood ; music by 

C. D. Blake. 

Thayer Academy March, for piano. By J. H. Loud 

On the Beach. Waltz Song. Words by F. H. Perkins ; 

music by Win. F. Atwood. 

The Gypsy. Words and music by Wm. F. Atwood , 

Mother's Song to Baby. Words and music by H. Leighton. 

Seaside Schottische, for piano. By F. H. Clayton 

Mollie Malone. Words by George Cooper ; music by J. 

P. Skelly. 
Vesta Gavotte du Ballet, for piano. By Celian Kottann. 

When Sunday Comes Again. Words and music by Chas. 

Williams. 
Waltz of the Winds, for piano. By F. Dean Patterson.. 
Love's Dreamland Waltz. By Otto Roeder ; arranged 

by G. L. Lansing. 
Good Night. Words by T. B. Aldrich ; music by Arthur 

T. Goldsborough. 
Traumbildj for organ. By Conrad Ansorge 



Polonaise, from Oper. of "Eugen Onegin," arranged as 
piano duet. By Peter Tschaikowsky. 



Brophy Bros. , Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 

Denver Music Publishing 
Company, Denver, Colo. 
Chas. D. Blake & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

' Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
Do. 

Frank Brehm, Erie, Pa. 

L. B. Gatcomb, Boston. 

H. Eberbach, Washington. 

J. O. von Proehazka, 

New York. 
Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued 



Ti ri.Ks. 



Proprietors. 



Adagio from Ballot Music, in canon form. Piano duct. 

By the author, "8. Jadassohn. 
Therefore with Angels. Song by Mendelssohn : arranged 

hy A. Bachman. 
Music's Soul. (Mezzo-soprano. ) Words by G. L. Becker : 

music hy Max Battke. 

Ave Verum Corpus. Hymn hy Emilio Pizzi 

The Angelus at Twilight, for piano. By F. W. Lawrence. 

Dear Lord, Remember Me. Words by Isaac Watts ; 

music hy Joshua Gill. 
I Give Myself, O Lord, to Thee. Words by Chas. Wesley ; 

music by Joshua Gill. 
Woman's Relief Corps Polka, for piano. ByR. F. Car- 

della, 
Cupid's Call. Words and music by Mrs. O. M. Spofiford. 

Baby's Lullaby. Words and melody by C. U. Gaston ; 

arranged by C. M. Couch. 
Sweet Orange Blossoms. Words by Malcom Douglas ; 

music by Llewellyn Reakirt. 
Bye, Bye, Daisy. Song by W. J. Going 



Love's Summertime York, for piano. J. A. Maney 

Unforgotten Years. Works by F. E. Weatherly ; music 

by Milton Wellings. 
Your Heart and Mine. Words by F. E. Weatherly ; 

music by Milton Wellings (E flat). 
Comrades. Words and music by Felix McGlennon....... 



A Day Dream, for violin and piano. By W. F. Sudds.. 

A Day Dream, for viola. By W. F. Sudds 

A Day Dream, for cello. By W. F. Sudds 

The Angelus, for violin and piano. By W. F. Sudds .... 

The Angelus, for viola. By W. F. Sudds , 

Ivy Leaf, for piano. By Wm. Ross 

Indian War Dance, for piano. By H. Bellstedt 

Fleur de Lis Polka, for piano. By C. F. Hurm 

Stradella. By Flotow ; arranged for four hands by H. 

Auer. 
A Love Token. Words by Barry Cornwall ; music by 

Edenia. 
Tantum Ergo, in F, for mixed quartette. By Lawrence 

Moeslein. 
Twenty Elementary Piano Studies. By Louis Kohler ; 

edited and lingered by H. E. Crolius. 
The Way of Life. Words and music by Ernest T. de 

Mattos. 

Pearl Waltz. By A. B. Blanchard 

Dimpled Cheeks and Laughing Eyes. Arranged by 

Chas. Ekward. 
Dear One That We Love Must Pass Away. By Bary 

Gray and S. R. Confare. 

The Usual Way. By N. B. Sprague 

Do You Then Love Another? By G. Propheter 

Bluff! By Charles Connolly 



Who Hurt Your Poor Feet ? By Charles Connolly 
Come Home Again to Mother. By Charles Connolly. 

Flowers of the Forest. By W. C. Robey 

That's What We Call a Friend. By W. C. Robey .... 



J. (). von Prochazka, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
F: W. Lawrence, 

East Orange, N. J. 
Joshua (Jill, Boston. 

Do. 

Berndon Morsell, 

Washington, D. ( '. 
Mrs. O. M. Spofford, 

Pulaski, Tenn. 
Couch & Holden, 

Allegheny. 1 'a, 
Malcom Douglas, 

New York. 
Going & Maney, 

Amsterdam, N. Y. 
Do 
Enoch & Sons, London, 

Do. 

The John ('lunch Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Lawrence Moeslein, 

New Jersey. 
J. H. Schroeder & Co., 

New York. 
Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Ilsen&Co., Cincinnati. 

Do. 

Do. 

D. Kanner, Cincinnati. 

G. Propheter, Cincinnati. 
Albert Loraine & Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Pkoprietobs. 


A Heart That Loves Thee. By M. J. Barnett 


Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 


Dost Thou Know? By M. J. Barnett 


Do. 


Forever More. By H. L. D'A. Jaxone and R. Coverly... 

Maggie Who Lives at the Farm. By J. H. Rohde 

The Square Honest Man. By J. H. Rohde 

Freedom March. By J. R. Boullet 


Do. 
J. H. Rohde, Boston. 

Do. 
E. Rowe and J. R. Boullet, 


Answer With Your Eyes. By Z. Vislaire and W. C. 

Parker. 

The Subway. By J. J. McCorry and Tom Richards 

Say You'll Be True. By J. J. McCorry and Frank 

Banta. 

' ' Dramatic Mirror. ' ' By W. C. Parker 

I' ve Lost My Heart. By Edgar Granville 


Stockton, Cal. 
James Stillman, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 


Don't Hang Your Hat Behind Another Man's Door. By 

Harrington and Lehroun. 
Nor Vinette Waltzes. By W. Crosby 


Do. 
National Music Co. . Chicago. 


President's March Through Texas. By Charles Flick 

The Lilac Quickstep. Arranged by George D. Barnard. . 

Profundo. Arranged by J. H. Harris 


Charles Flick, Dallas, Tex. 
J. G. Richards & Co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Do. 


Straight Tip Quickstep. Arranged by Daniels 

La Gazelle. Arranged by George McQ uade 

Overture, Little Dandy. Arranged by Daniels 

Dirge, "Gates Ajar." Arranged by George D. Barnard- 
Waltz, Summer Showers. By K. Y. Keller ... 

Jubilee Quickstep. By George D. Barnard 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


Overture, Excelsior. By H. Round 


Do. 


March, "Holy Moses." By Leonton 


Do. 


Comrades. By F. McGlennon 

Funicoly-Funicola March. By G. Piluso 


W. H. Cundy, Boston. 
J. Schott,- New York. 
Do. 


Clara Polka. Bv J. Ringleben 


Eugenie Ma^ch. H. Phelps 


Do. 


Morning, Noon, and Night in Yienna. Arranged by 

George Wiegand. 
Skirt Dance. Arranged by J. Ringleben 


Do. 
Do. 


All Hail to the Memory of Irving. Words by John A. 

Todd ; music by George B. Jenkin. 
Come to My Heart My Love. By Julian Jordan 


George B. Jenkin, 

Tarry town, N. Y. 
Willis Woodward & Co., 


Just to See Mother's Face Once Again. By Paul Dresser.. 
My Chum Tom. By Joe Hart. 


New York. 
Do. 
Do. 


Without Thee. By Joe Hart 


Do. 


Ein Rundgesang im Yolkston. By Frank Yan der Stucken. 
March No. 1. By Yictor Hollaender 


Edward Schuberth & Co., 
New York. 
Do. 


At the Brook. By Yictor Hollaender 


Do 


At the Fair. By Yictor Hollaender 


Do. 


Notturno. By Yictor Hollaender 


Do. 


In the Mill. By Yictor Hollaender 


Do. 


Gavotte. By Yictor Hollander 


Do. 


Allegretto. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


March. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


German Popular Song. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do. 


Minuet. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


On the Meadow. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do. 


Sonatina. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


Andantino. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Conti nu km 



Titles. 


Peopbietoks. 


At Home. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Edward Schubert h & Co 


In the Boat. By A. Jul. Biederniann 


New York. 
Do 


Minuet. By Victor Hollaender 


Do 


Qieme Canzonetta. By Victor Hollaender 


Do 


Valse Caprice. By Victor Hollaender 


Do 


Sleep Well. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


First Waltz. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


Welcome. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


At the Cradle. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


Love Letter. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


Good Enough. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


The Approach of Spring. Song for soprano. By Franz 

Behr : edited hy H. W. Nicholl. 
Spanish Song. For soprano. By Franz Behr ; edited 

hy H. W. Nicholl. 
Oh ! Beloved Mine. Song for soprano. By Franz Behr ; 

edited hy H. W. Nicholl. 
Evening Rest. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do 


Melodie. By A. Jul. Biedermann 


Do 


Gavotte des Mandarins. By Lydia Venth-Kunz 


Do 


Scenes in New York. Music arranged hy William Lo- 

raine ; words hy James Thornton. 
Pretty Kate Mahone. AVords by T. F. Eohson ; music 

hy Edmund Forman. 
Overture, ' ' Elesa e Claudio. ' ' Arranged hy E. N. Catlin.. 
"The Comrades" March. By J. W. Howell 


Frank Harding, New York. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
AV. H. Cundy, Boston. 
The N AV Ohio Music Pub 


Andante and Waltz, "Sweet Rose." By J. AV. Howell.. 
Maggie Murphy's Home Waltz. By D. Braham. Ar- 
ranged for band. 
We're Not the Girls You Take Us For. By W. C. Roby.. 

The Lady Volunteers. By AV. C. Roby 


House, McComb, Ohio. 
Do. 
D. Muller, New York. 

Albert Loraine & Co. , 

New York. 
Do 


AVe Don't Care if AVe Do. By Charles Connolly 

A Mother's Lullaby. By Tom Carter 


Do. 
Do 


The Stream of Life. By Tom Carter 


Do. 


AVhat of the Night. AVords by F. E. AVeathersby ; 

music by R. DeKoven. 
Emmanuel. By Walter Stevens 


G. Schirmer, New York. 







MAPS. 



Lloyd's Baltimore Elevated Building Map. By J. T 

Lloyd. 
Central City, S. Dak. July, 1891 

Cameron, Tex. July, 1891 

Bolivar, N. Y. July, 1891 



E. Lloyd, 



Baltimore. 



Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 



pany, 
Do. 
Do. 



York. 



CHARTS. 



The Covenant.. 
3TE 



Woman's Board of Missions 
of the Interior, Chicago. 



18 

CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Martin's Time Register , 

The Analysis of Genesis, According to Kautzsch and 

Socin. 
Neal's Climax Card. By T. C. Neal 

Veterinary Diagrams : 

No. 3, Shoeing of the Horse 

No. 4, Education of the Horse 



Proprietors. 



William M. Martin, 

New York. 
Edward C. Bissell, 

Hartford, Conn. 
T. C. Neal, 

North Manchester, Ind. 

D. Magner, 

Battle Creek, Mich. 
Do. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



Plan Center of Salem, Mass. , with Historic Places Marked 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. View No. 1 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. View No. 2 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. View No. 3 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. View No. 4 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. View No. 5 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. View No. 6 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. View No. 7 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. View No. 8 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. View No. 9 

Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. View No. 10 

Morning. By J. T. Bently 

Evening. By J. T. Bently 

The Way to the Mill. After Frank R. Greene 

Japanese Excursion 

The Everett Piano 

A Stiff Breeze. By O.S.Weber 

Off Fastnett Light. By O. S. Weber 

Fair Rosamond. By J. E. Barclay 

Clarrette. By J. E. Barclay 

Salvator. By Gean Smith 

James Gordon Bennett 



Frank Cousins, Salem, Mass. 
A. Hageboeck, Minneapolis. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Max Jacoby, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Geo. M.Allen & Co., 

New York. 

The John Church Company, 

New York. 

Max Jacoby, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
M. Knoedler & Co., 

New York. 
Allan Forman, New York. 



PRINTS. 


The J L Mott Iron Works 


J. L. Mott Iron Works, 




Chicago. 


DRAWINGS. 


For Warming and Ventilation. 


By Isaac D. Smead 


Isaac D. Smead & Co. , 

Toledo, Ohio. 



19 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Titles. 



Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Florida 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Alabama .. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of West Vir- 
ginia. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Rhode Is- 
land. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Louisiana. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Maryland.. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Montana.. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Washington 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Arkansas. .. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Oregon 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Virginia 

Youth's Companion Circulation Map of District of Co- 
lumbia. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of New York. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of North Car- 
olina. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Illinois 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Massachu- 
setts. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Connecti- 
cut. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Maine 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of California.. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Pennsylvania 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Colorado.... 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Missouri. .. . 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Mississippi. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of Georgia 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of North 
Dakota. 

Youth's Companion State Circulation Map of South 
Carolina. 



Pbopbietobs. 



Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
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Do. 
Do. 
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Do. 
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Do. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Manufacturers and Liberal Arts Building, World's Co 
lumbian Exposition. 

Getting Over a Difficulty 

Don't Worry, I'll Take You Home 

Happy Days 



The Winters Art Litho. Co. , 

Chicago. 

M. B. Parkinson, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 



CHROMOS. 



' The Shepherd's Rendez-Vous". 



Joseph P. Knapp, 

New York. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. ^fo. T' 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTEKED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



WASHINGTON. 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



FEOM 



August 17 to August 22, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has 
been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Sought Death hy Poison. London, August 13, 1891 
Special Kaheldepeschen. Berlin, August 13, 1891 ... 

Demorest Port Folio of Fashions. For 1891-92 

Illustrated Catalogue "N" 



Longfellow's Poems (Household Edition). By Henry 
W. Longfellow. 



Half a Dozen Girls. By Anna C. Ray 

Life of Kateri jBekakwitha, the Lily of the Mohawks. 

By Ellen H. Walworth. 
Health Lessons (Revised Edition). By O. M. Brands 



Proprietors. 



Stolen Sweets. By Wm. W. Knott 

Foster's Whist Manual (2d Edition). By R. E. Foster.. 

Common Words Difficult to Spell. By Jas. H. Penui- 
man. 

Roll of New Hampshire Soldiers at the Battle of Ben- 
nington. 

A Study in Algebra and Trigonometry. By H. C. Sy- 
monds. 

Why We Are Sick. By Chas. H. Pickard 



Shorthand Abbreviation. By D. L. Scott-Browne 

Restful Work for Restless Wrigglers. By A. J. Gibbs 

and Mary Devine. 
Family Faradic Battery • 



Catalogue of Mcintosh Battery and Optical Company 
Donnan's Poll List 



Negligence of Imposed Duties. By Chas. A. Ray 

The National Remittance and Discount System Register . 
Monograph on Peroxide of H} T drogen 



Medicated Inhalation. By J. V. Hirley 

Medicated Baths. By J. V. Hirley 

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company Rates and 

Tables. 

Structure of Textile Fibers. By G. D. Rice 

The New Harry and Lucy. By Edward Everett Hale 

and Lucretia P. Hale. 
Yesterday in London. London, August 15, 1891 



Hayti's Ministry Resigns. Port au Prince, August 14, 
1891. 

(3) 



Press Publishing Company 

X. Y. World. New York. 
X. Y. Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 
Demorest Fashion & Sewing 
Machine Co , Xew York. 
The J. L. Mott Iron Works, 
Chicago. 
Henry W. Longfellow, E. 
W. Longfellow, adminis- 
trator, and Ernst W. 
Longfellow, Boston. 

Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New Y'ork. 
E. H. Walworth, 

Albany, N. Y. 
Orestes M. Brands, Boston. 

Wm. W. Knott, Chicago. 
R. E. Foster, New York. 
J. H. Penniman, 

Philadelphia. 
Geo. C. Gilmore, 

Manchester, N. H. 
H. C. Symonds, 

West Point N. Y. 
Chas. H. Pickard, Lewiston. 

D. L. Scott-Browne, 

New York. 
Anna J. Gibbs and Mary 
Devine, Polo, Ogle Co., 111. 
Mcintosh Battery and Opti- 
cal Company, Chicago. 
Do. 
Weed, Parsons & Co. , 

Albany, N. Y. 
The Lawyers' Cooperative 
Pub. Co., Rochester, N.Y. 
L. C. Matthey, 

Evansville, Ind. 
The American Oxygen As- 
sociation, New York. 
J. V. Hirley, Cincinnati. 

Do. 
Connecticut Mutual Life 
Insurance Co., Hartford. 
Geo. Damon Rice, Boston. 
The Commonwealth Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
Press Publishing Company, 
N. Y. World, New York. 
Do. 




sT 



BOOKS— Continued . 



Titles. 



Kabelbrief. Berlin, August 15, 1891. 



Special Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, August 14, 1891 
His Side of the Story. By Wm. E. Baldwin 



The Palliser Specification Blanks. 



The Detective Library. No. 455 

The Detective Library. No. 456 

The Wide Awake Library. No. 1063 

The Wide Awake Library. No. 1064 

Boys' Star Library. No. 218 

Boys' Star Librarv. No. 219 

The Nugget Library. No. 106 

Log Cabin Library. No. 126 

Old World Affairs. Berlin, August 8, 1891. 



Yesterday in London. London, August 15, 1891. 
The Scottish Lakes. By Geo. D. Mitchell 



Mercantile Daily Office Eeport. By E. C. Fales. 
History of the Jews. By H. Graetz. Vol. 1 



Proprietors. 



The Metal-Worker Essays on House-Heating. By A. O. 
Kittredge. 

The Iron Age Price Book. By R. R. Williams 

Bern's Sacularfeier. Bern, August 16, 1891 



McKinney Bakers' Route Book 

Uncle Sam's Great Guns. By Rufus R. Wilson. 

Still Green in Memory. By F. C. Dayton 

Reformers of the Day. By J. H. Beadle 

Bill on Plymouth Rock. By Bill Nye 

Among Cape Cod Folks. By Bill Nye.. . . 

Theatrical Notes. London, August 16, 1891.... 



Mrs. Rives-Chanler. 
The Handy Helper . 
The Globe Theory of the Earth Refuted 

son. 
Royal Banjo Tutor. By Geo. C. Dobson. 



Paris, August 16, 1891 

By O. Fergu- 



A Collection of Newton's Specialties. 
By-Laws of People's Loan Company. 



Sporting Forecasts. North Bergen 

Hygienische Heilmethode. Louis Lange, jr. 
Engines and Boilers. No. 791 



Wire Rope. No. 391 

Cable Railway. No. 791. 
It Was Blaine's Double. 



Edith S. Tupper. 



New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Wm. E. Baldwin, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 
Palliser, Palliser & Co., 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 

New York Associated Press, 

New York. 

Press Publishing Company, 

N. Y. World, New York. 

Geo. D. Mitchell, 

Wellsboro, Pa. 

E. C. Fales, Brockton, Mass. 
The Jewish Pub. Society of 

America, Philadelphia. 
David Williams, New York. 

R. R. Williams, New York. 
New York Staats Zeitnng, 

New York. 
Jno. E. McKinney, 

St. Louis 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Edear W. Nye, New York. 

Do. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 

F. S. Biggs, Baltimore. 
Orlando Ferguson, 

Hot Springs, S. Dak. 

White-Smith Music Pub. 

Company, Boston. 

Newton & Co. , Philadelphia. 

Nicolay Grevstad, 

Minneapolis. 
The Sporting World Com- 
pany, New York. 
Louis Lange, jr., & Co., 

Chicago. 
The C. W. Hunt Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Dodging a Meteor. Thomas W. Knox. 



The Human Corkscrews. By Peggy Pendennis. 
The Mid- August Fashions. By Ellen Oshorn ... 

Colonel Cockerill's Letters 

Erratic Leoff Tolstoi. By S. Gifford Nelson 

Turned Out to Grass. By Howard Fielding 



Proprietors. 



Gay Carrie Careless. By Carrie Careless 

Dogs and Their Doctors. By Owen Langdon 

The Woman of Fashion 

The World's Mine Oyster. By M. E. W. Sherwood. 

In Memory of Lowell. London, August 15, 1891 



News from Spain. Madrid, August 15, 1891 

France in America. Paris, August 15, 1891 , 

The Herald at Trouville. Paris, August 15, 1891..... 

Americans in Paris. Paris, August 15, 1891 

Picnic at Homhurg. Homburg, August 15, 1891 

London Subjects. London, August 15, 1891 , 

The Dull Season. London, August 15, 1891 , 

The Socialists. Brussels, August 15, 1891 

To-Day 's Paris Herald. Paris, August 16, 1891 

Britain's Pension Frauds. London, August 15, 1891 

Foreign Crop Prospects. Paris, August 15, 1891 , 

In the Engadine. St. Moritz, August 14, 1891. 

At Aix-les-Bains. Aix-les-Bains, August 14, 1891... 
Actor Lee Sues for Libel. London, August 13, 1891 

The Carlsbad Cure. Carlsbad, August 13, 1891 

A Glimpse at Geneva. Geneva, August 13, 1891 , 

Sir Edwin Arnold. London, August 13, 1891 

Catalogue of Electrolytic Specialties 

Among the Thousand Islands 



Pocket Sword. Bv Wm. E. Geib 



Ireland: Mythological, Historical, and Picturesque. Ed- | 
ited by E. S. Brooks. j/^ . 

G raham'o Standard-P fatmograph4e» Reporter/ Lists/. By 
Andrew J. Graham. / ' 

The Jewelers' Weekly. Complete Directory. 1891-1892.. 

History of the Twelfth Regiment Pennsylvania Reserve 

Corps. By M. D. Hardin. 
The Two Blizzards. By Lynde Palmer 



Combined Business Directory of New York City, Boston, I 

Philadelphia, and Newark. 
Annewalt & Wilson's Cleveland Directory. Vol. 21, 

1891. 
Vignola, Treatise on Architecture. By J. A. Leveil 



Sample Book of Transfer Ornaments 

In the Yule-Log Glow. 4 vols. By Harrison S. Morris. 
The Acme Cook Book 



Bachellor & Johnson, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

W. W. Gregg, Chicago. 

National Coupon Pub. and 

Mfg. Co., Dayton, Ohio. 

Wm. E. Geib, Doylestown, 

Pa. 
A. J. Philpot, Boston. 

Andrew 7 J. Graham, 

New York. 
The Jewelers' Weekly Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Martin D. Hardin. 

American Tract Society, 

New York. 
H. A. Curtin, New York. 

The Cleveland Directory 

Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Bates, Kimball & Guild, 

Boston. 
Palm Bros. & Co., 

Cincinnati. 
J. B. Lippincott Co., 

Philadelphia. 
The Enterprise Publishing- 
Co. , Chicago. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Hand Book to Story of Music and Musicians. By Mar- 
garet A. Gardner. 

Turner's Imposition Sheets 

An Address to the Friends of Education. By 
Zachos. 

The Countess Palatine. By A. Eichler 

In Racing Shells 



J. C. 



Proprietors. 



Of the Agreeable Man. By Mrs. Frank Leslie. 
Homes at Bar Harbor. By Katherine Terry...., 

A Princess' Woes. By Rheta Louise Childe , 

Round About Gotham. By John A. Cockerill.., 



Bar Harbor Whisperings. By Peggy Pendennis 

Caught by the Camera. By Johanna Staats 

Saratoga's Crowning Glory. By Harry M. Walker. 

First Models for Autumn. By Ellen Osborne 

Is Hydrophobia a Fake. By Owen Langdon 

The Latest Maiden Fad. By Clare Bunce 

Gay Carrie Careless. By Carrie Careless 



Turned Out to Grass. By Howard Fielding 

At Richfield Springs. By Edith S. Tupper 

The Woman of Fashion 

The Picturesque Salad. By M. E. W. Sherwood. 



Americans at Homburg. Homburg, August 17, 1891 



At Marienbad. Marienbad, August 17, 1891 

Guests at Lucerne. Lucerne, August 17, 1891 

A Word from Brussels. Brussels, August 17, 1891 

Policy for Assurance of Deposits in National, Savings, 

State and Private Banks, and Trust Companies. 
Prospectus of Philadelphia Piano Clubs 



The World's Prayer. By D. P. Ordway. 



Notice. 

Proof of Publication 

Proof Personal Service Notice. 
Return and Proof of Service 



Surveyors' Form, No. 1 
Surveyors' Form, No. 2. 
Surveyors' Form, No. 3. 
Surveyors' Form, No. 4. 

of Notice at Residence 
Surveyors' Form, No. 5. 

of Notice on Agent. 
Surveyors' Form, No. 6. Personal Service of Notice by 

Surveyor. 
Surveyors' Form, No. 7. Acknowledgment of Service 

of Notice. 
Surveyors' Form, No 

on Appeal. 
Surveyors' Form, No. 9. 
Surveyors' Form, No. 10. 
Surveyors' Form, No. 11. 

with Register of Deeds. 
Surveyors' Form, No. 12. 

Survey. 
Surveyors' Form, No. 13. 
Surveyors' Form, No. 14. 

Paper not Published in County. 
Sporting Forecasts. August 17 to 22, inclusive 



Return and Proof of Service 



Certificate to Copy of Report 



Certificate of Appeal.. 
Report 

Certified Record for 



Filing 
Notice to Surveyor to Make 



Oath of Chainman 

Proof of Publication Where 



M. A. Gardner, 

Providence, Pt. I. 
Geo. F. Turner, Chicago. 
J. C. Zachos, New York. 

A. Eichler, New York. 
American Press Association, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Bacheller & Johnson, • 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Clarence Lippman. 

Edmund Wolsieffer, 

Philadelphia. 
D. P. Ordway, Belfast, Me. 

B. A. Bailey, Topeka, Kans. 

Do. 
Do. 
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Sporting World Company, 
New York. 



BOOKS— Contim id. 



Titles. 



Pbopeietoes. 



Railroad Time Tables 

Pine Needles. By Author of Wide, Wide World. 

Between Two Worlds. By Saqui Smith 

Back From the Dead. By Saqui Smith 

Mrs. Maybrick Innocent. By Gail Hamilton 

Monte Cristo Beaten. By Conan Doyle 

Among the Sword-Fish. By John Z. Rogers 

Quidque. By Carrie Clark 

Queer Playing Cards. By S. G. W. Benjamin 



Finding the Gold Queen. By James Selwin Tait . . 
Poor Little Joe Bryan. By Mary A. P. Stansbury. 



Language in Animals. By C. F. Holden 

Beset by Wild Dogs. By Edmund Collins 

His First Case. By Julian Hawthorne and Melville 

Phillips. 
The Reporter who Made Himself King. Parts II and 

III. By Richard H. Davis. 
A Three-Thousand Mile Walk. Chapters XI, XII. By 

C. F. Lummis. 

Pipe and Quid. By B. S. Taylor 

Business Letter Writing. Revised Ed. By D. L. Mus- 

selman. 
Bread, Pie, and Cake Bakers' Route Book 



Albany Stark's Revenge. By Richard S. Morris. 
Cheerful Songs. By John R. Sweeney* 



Romanism and Civil Government. By J. S. Mclntire \ 

Gem Souvenir of Gettysburg ! 

Instructions for Applying Cement Filling 

Trade Price-List. August 12, 1891 

Stories of Industry. Vol.1. By A. Chase and E. Clow .. 

"Imperial" Record Book. No. 757 

"Triumph" Record Book. No. 756 

Special Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, August 19, 1891 



Haiti's Big Deficit. Port-au-Prince, August 19, 1891 ... 

Mrs. Jane Whitcomb is Sane. London, August 1H, 1891.. 

Hayti's New Cabinet. Port-au-Prince, August 17. 1891.. 

On Principles of Coal Mining. By A. A. Atkinson Dur- 
ham. 

Fresh Cable News. London, August 15, 1891 

The Northeastern Reporter Digest. Vols. 1-10. By 
H. E. Randall and A. E. Wislizenus. 

Abbott's Trial Brief. By Austin Abbott 



Christ our Teacher. By J. B. St. Jure 

The Standard Insurance Directory. 1891 

Law on the Custody of Infants. By Lewis Hochheimer.. 
Outline to ' ' Leonard and Gertrude. ' ' 1891-92 



Edw. A. Jones, Boston. 

Hurst & Co., New York. 
S. S. McClure, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
.John Z. Rogers, New York. 
Carrie Clark, New York. 
S. G. W. Benjamin, 

New York. 
James S. Tait, New York. 
Mary A. P. Stansbury, 

Appleton, Wis. 
C. F. Holden, Pasadena, Cal. 
Edmund Collins, NewYork. 
Julian Hawthorne and M. 
Phillips, Philadelphia. 
Richard Harding Davis, 

New York. 

C. F. Lummis, 

Isleta, N. Mex. 
B. S. Taylor, Minneapolis. 

D. L. Musselman. 

John E. McKinney, 

St. Louis. 
Sophia L. Presbrey, St. Paul. 
L. L. Pickett, 

Columbia, S. C. 
J. S. Mclntire, 

Davenport, Iowa. 
J. Howard West, 

Gettysburg. Pa. 
H. W. Johns, New York. 

Do. 
Educational Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

E. G. Soltmann, New York. 

Do. 
New York Staats Zeitung, 
New York. 
Press Publishing Company 
N. Y. World, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Colliery Engineer Com- 
pany, Scranton, Pa. 
TheUnited Press, NewYork. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
The Diossy Law Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
McCauley & Kilner, 

Baltimore. 
The Standard Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

Lewis Hochheimer, 

Baltimore, 
D. C. Heath & Co., Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Cedar Christian. By Theodore L. Cuyler 

Minor Surgery and Bandaging. By Henry B. Wharton... 

The Helplul Club. By Julia M. Dunn 



Peopeietobs. 



Wood's Medical and Surgical Monographs. August, 

1891. 
The Booksellers, Stationers, and Printers Reference 

Directory. 
Colonial Architecture in New England 



Barton's Cash Book and Business Synoptic. 



Order of Business and Charge Book, No. 1. By L. J. B. 
Thompson. 

Journal Book, No. 2. By L. J. B. Thompson 

Roll Book of Officers, No. 3. By L. J. B. Thompson 

Ledger Book, No. 4. By L. J. B. Thompson 

Receipt Book, No. 5. By L. J. B. Thompson 

Receipt Book, No. 6. By L. J. B. Thompson 

Account Book, No. 7. By L. J. B. Thompson ■ 

Account Book, No. 8. By L. J. B. Thompson \ 

Order Book, No. 9. By L. J. B. Thompson 

Report Book, No. 10. By L. J. B. Thompson 

Subscription Articles, No. 11. By L. J. B. Thompson 

The Freaks of Lady Fortune. By May Crommelin | 



Sweet is Revenge. By J. F. Molloy 



Strange Adventures of a Summer Tourist. 
Goggins. 

Under a Shadow. By Bertha M. Clay 

Directory of Newark, N. J. 1891-'92 



By G. E. 



Telegraph Code of the Albert Dickinson Company. 



Log Cabin Library, No. 127 

The Nugget Library, No. 107 

Science of Mind. By E. Z. Franklin. 



American State Reports. Vol. 19. 



An Index-Digest to California Reports 

By A. Burrows. 
The Speaker's Complete Program 



By A. C. Freeman. 
Vols. 68 to 87. 



The Baptist Faith. By Robert S. Macarthur. . . 

Die Brotfrage. Berlin, August 18, 1891 

Items of Interest. Bierman, Hiedelberg & Co. 



Fifth Semi-Annual Catalogue. Bierman, Hiedelberg & Co 
A Sister to Esau. By Amelia E. Barr 



Crowning Glory. Nos. 1 and 2 

History of Dartmouth College. By Frederick Chase. 



Hurst & Co. , New York. 
Lea Brothers & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Women's Temperance Pub- 
lishing Ass'n, Chicago. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Industrial Information Com- 
pany, New York. 
James M. Corner & E. E. 
Soderholtz, Boston. 
R. R. Barton, 

Catlettsburg, Ky. 
Levin J. B. Thompson, 

Arlington, Ind. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
John A. Taylor & Co., 

New York. 
Geo. Edgar Goggins, 

Portland, Me. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Moffat Business Directory 
Company, Newark, N. J. 
The Albert Dickinson Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
E. Z. Franklin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Bancroft-Whitney Com- 
pany, San Francisco. 
Do. 

David W. Caskey, 

Philadelphia. 
Robert S. Macarthur, 

New York. 

New Yorker Staats Zeitung, 

New York. 

Bierman, Hiedelberg & Co. , 

New York. 

. Do. 

Dood, Mead & Co. , 

New York. 
Peter Bilhorn, Chicago. 

John K. Lord, 

Dartmouth College. 



BOOKS— CONTINI'KP. 



Titles. 



Annie Price 

Maggie and the Sparrows 

Dolly's Christmas Chickens 

The Jewish Twins. By Aunt Friendly 

Cosmo's Visit to his Grandfather. By M. A. S 

Ham' and his Pony 

Happy Charlie 

Fun and Work 

Faithful Eover 

Freddie Fighting his Way. By Say Putnam , 

What Elsie Loved Best , 

Brightside. B} r E. Bedell Benjamin 

Our Life in China. By Helen S. C. Nevins 

The Picturesque West. By H. L. Williams 

The House of Israel. By Author of Wide, Wide World 
The Broken Walls. By Author of Wide, Wide World.. . 
Kingdom of Judah. By Author of Wide, Wide* World. . 
The Star of Jacob. By Author of Wide, Wide World... 
Walks from Eden. By Author of Wide, Wide World.. . 

Ros t y Oonroy's Lessons. By Julia A. Mathews 

From the Nile to Norway. By Theodore L. Cuyler 

Hurst's Dictionary of Dates. By H. L. Williams 

India Illustrated. By W. Urwick 

Egypt Illustrated. By Samuel Manning , 

Germany Illustrated. By S. G. Green and E. R. Shwing. 
The Century Dictionary. Part XXII 

Morgan's Manual of United States Homestead Laws. By 

Dick T. Morgan. 
The Cyclopedia of Insurance, 1891. Edited b^ H. R. 

Hayden. 

The Old Man and his Oddities. By W. H. Poole 

Hints for the Million 

Mademoiselle Desroches. Translated by Meta DeVere., 

How to Prepare a Bible Reading. By Carl E. T. Petersen 

Money and the Art of Money-Making. By Enoch J. 
Marsh. 

Gilbert's Phonography. By Justin Gilbert 

Elements of Chemistry. By S. P. Meads 

Anthem Jewels. By H. P. Danks 

The Coupon Manual 

Ocala, Fla. By J. O. D. Clarke 

Songs of the Heart 

A Plan, Method, or System to Insure and Benefit Pur 

chasers of Merchandise, etc. , with forms. By Leopold 

S. Samuel. 
A Concise Description of the Anatomy and Physiology 

of the Eye. 
The Soldier Leave the Family Going to the War. By 

Frank Veniero. 
Grosvenor's Bell-cap-sic Plaster. By J. M. Grosvenor. .. 

The Beauty of Princesses 

2 T E 



Proprietors. 



Hurst & Co., New York. 
Do. 
.Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Century Company, 

New York. 
Dick T. Morgan, 

Guthrie, Okl. 

Underwriters' Printing and 

Pub. Co., New York. 

W. H. Poole, Detroit, Mich. 

Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Carl Emil T. Petersen, 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
Enoch J. Marsh, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Justin Gilbert, Chicago. 
Silver, Burdett & Co., 

Boston. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Chas. J. Stromberg, Chicago. 
J. O. D. Clarke, Ocala, Fla. 
Hurst & Co., New York. 
Leopold S. Samuel, 

Newark, N. J. 

H. A. Daniels, New York. 

Frank Veniero, 

Montgomery, Ala. 
J. M. Grosvenor & Co. , 

Boston. 
The United Press, 

New Y'ork, 



10 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



History of Base Ball 

Reminiscences of A. T. Stewart and Wife. By Joseph 
Howard, jr. 

New York Celebrities. By Curtis Kinglake 

Fashion Gossip. By Margaret Hamm 

A Whist Victim. By Edw. S. Van Zile , 

Meerschaum. By Joe Kose 

City Hall Park. By Arthur Rosslyn 

His Second Campaign. By Maurice Thompson 

The "Pony" Salesman's Account and Letter Book 

The Caligraph 

Charms of St. Moritz. St Moritz, August 19, 1891 

Aix-Les-Bains. Aix-Les-Bains, August 19, 1891 

Personals from London. London, August 19, 1891 

Events Beyond the Ocean. London, August 15, 1891... 

Petite Ecole Melodique, Book 1, for the piano, by A. 
Ehmant. Revised and fingered by Wm. Scharfenberg. 

I)o Book 2. 

Do • Book 3. 

Do Book 4. 

Popular Composition, cornet parts. By George South- 
well. 
Quixotic Quakers. A musical entertainment 

Lyon & Healy, Catalogue. 1891-92 

Catalogue No. 1191. For 1891 

Lohman's Surprise Method. By C. A. Lohman 

Fashions in Clocaks. 1891-92 

Demorest Patterns Catalogue, 1801 91 

China Weakening. Shanghai, August 18, 1891 

Aix-Les-Bains. Aix-Les-Bains, August 18, 1891 

Mrs. Langtry's Tour. London, August 18, 1891 

Drunkenness and the Opium Habit. By Leslie E. Keeley. 
Brodix American and English Patent Cases. By Wood- 
bury Lowery. Vol. 16. 

Acquitted Translated by A. C. Townsend 

Moltke's Page of History 

The Housewife Club. August 20, 1891 



Peopeietoes. 



The United Press, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
M. A. Newhall&Co., 

Salem, Mass. 
Walter Darby, 

Louisville, Ky. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Sun Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
The Gilbert & Bennett 
M'f'g. Co., New York. 
C. A. Lohman, St. Louis. 
The National Cloak Com- 
pany. New York. 
Demorest Fashion and Sew- 
ing Mach. Co., New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
L. E. Keeley, Dwight, 111. 
The Brodix Publishing Co., 
Washington, D. C. 
Wm. Cauldwell, New York. 
Press Publishing Company 
N. Y. World, New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 



PERIODICALS. 



The Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 6. August 12, 1891.. West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 
The Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 16, August Do. 

11, 1891. 



11 



PERIODIC ALS—Conti NTJED. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


The Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 1 6. A ugust 12,1 891 .. 

The Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 4. August 

14, 1891. 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. August L5, 1891 

St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. August 15, 1891 

Biles' Whiskey Price List. August 15, 1M)1. Vol. 2, 

No. 4. 
Baby Pathfinder. August, 1891 


West Publishing Company 
St. Paui. 
Do. 

P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 
J. W. Biles & Co., 

Cincinnati. 
New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Co., Boston. 





The Popular Railroad Guide. August, 1891. 

The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 3. August 13, 1891 

Bancroft's California Guide. Vol. 1, No. 8. August, 

1891. 
The Illustrated American. August 22, 1891 



The American Contractor. August 15, 1891.. , 

Cordage Trade Journal. August 15, 1891 , 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. August 15 

1891. 
The Central Law Journal. August 14, 1891 



The People's Railway Guide. August 15, 1891 ... 

Architecture and Building. August 15, 1891 

American Architect. August 15, 1891 ... 

The American Paper Trade. August 15, 1891 

New York Musical Era. July and August, 1891 ., 

The Epoch. August 14, 1891 

The American Stock-Keeper. August 15, 1891.... 

The Mail Coach. August 22, 1 891 



School and Home. August 18, 1891 

The Engineering Record. August 15, 1891. 
Albany Law Journal. August 15, 1891 



New York Medical Journal. August 15, 1891. 



New York Amusement Gazette. August 17, 1891 

The Western Brewer. August 15, 1891 

St. Louis Life. August 13, 1891 

Tobacco.* August 14, 1891 



Bubier's Popular Electrician. July 1891. 
Bradstreets. August 15, 1891 



Youth's Companion. August 20. 1891 

Around the World on Foot. August 15, 1891. 

Texas Siftings. ', August 22, 189 1 



Scientific American, Supplement. August 22, 1891. 
The Boys of New York. September 5, 1891 



J. Oliver Evans, 

San Francisco. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
The Bancroft Company, 

San Francisco. 
Illustrated American Pub- 
lishing Co. , Chicago. 

B. Edwards & Co., Chicago. 
Chas. H. Delano, New York. 
Wm. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Central Law Journal Pub- 
lishing Co., St. Louis. 

C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
Ticknor & Co., Boston. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 

C. Edgar Dobson, 

New York. 

The Epoch Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

American Stock -Keeper 
Publishing Co., Boston. 

Mail Coach Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Wm. L. Thomas, St. Louis. 

Henry C. Meyer, New York. 

Weed, Parsons & Co., 

Albany. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
F. T. Low, New York. 

H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 
St. Louis Life, St. Louis. 
The T. H. Delano Pub. Co. 

New York. 
Bubier Publishing Co. , 

Lynn, Mass. 
The Bradstreet Co. , 

New York. 
Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 
Botzum & Kennedy, 

Akron, Ohio. 
Texas Siftings Pub. Co. , 

New York. 
Munn&Co., New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York, 



12 



PERIODIC AXS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Jewelers' Circular. August 19, 1891. 



The Police Gazette. August 29, 1891 

Texas Historical and Biographical Magazine. July-Sep- 
tember. 
Saturday Night. September 5, 1891 



Golden Days. August 29, 1891 

Garden and Forest. August 12, 1891. 



Demorest's Monitor of Fashions. October, 1891. 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated. August 22, 1891 

Electrical Review. August 22, 1891 



The Credit Review. August, 1 891 

The Electrical Engineer. August 19, 1891 



The Magazine of Art. September, 1891 

The Sunday School Times. August 22, 1891. 



The New York Ledger. August 22, 1891. 



Mackey's A, B, C Guide. August 22, 1891. 
Puck. August 19, 1891 



Peoria Drug Review. August 15, 1891 

Harper's Young People. August 18, 1891 



The Writer. August, 1891 

Annals of Gynaecology and Paediatry. August, 1891 



Pittsburg National Bank Returns. No. 12. By R. J. 

Stoney, jr. 
The Police News. August 22. 1891 



The New York Clipper. August 22, 1891 



The Yankee Blade. August 15, 1 891 

The Rural New Yorker. August 22, 1891 



The Golden Weekly. September 3, 1891 

The Stationer and Printer. August 15, 1891. 
Harper's Weekly. August 22, 1891 



Judge. August 22, 1891 

The Electrical World. August 22, 1891 

The Therapeutic Gazette. August 1 5, 1891 

The Chautauquan. September, 1891 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. August 17, 1891. 



The New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 5. August 
13. 1891. 



Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
J. B. Line, Austin, Tex. 

James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Garden & Forest Pub. Co., 

New York. 

Demorest Fashion and Sew. 

Mach. Co., New York. 
The Judge Publishing Co. , 
New York. 
Electrical Review Pub Co. , 
New York. 
The Credit Co., Chicago. 
The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
Cassell Pub. Co. , New York. 
j John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
i Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Joseph Mackey, New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Colburn, Birks & Co., 

Peoria, 111. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 

William H. Hills, Boston. 

University of Pennsylvania 

Press, Philadelphia. 

R. J. Stoney, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Police News Pub. Co., , 

New York. 
The Frank Queen Pub. Co. , 

New York. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 
The Rural Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
J. Sawtelle Ford, Chicago. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
The Judge Pub. Co., 

New York. 
The W. J. Johnson Co., 

New York. 
George S. Davis, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Theodore L. Flood, 

Meadville, Pa. 
P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Contini ED. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



CasselPs Family Magazine. September, 1891 

The Journal of Heredity. July, 1891 

Harness Gazette. August, 1891 

Current Law. August 17, 1891 

Van Dora's Magazine. June- July, 1891 

The Jeweler's Weekly. August 19, 1891 

American Machinist. August 20, 1891 

Forest and Stream. August 20, 1891 

The Christian Union. August 22, 1891 

Christ Science. September 1, 1891 

Christian Weekly. August 22, 1891 

The Christian Herald. August 19, 1891 

Our Day. August, 1891 

The Popular Science Monthly. September, 1891 

The Homiletic Review. September, 1891 

The Climatologist. August, 1891 

The Ave Maria. August 22, 1891 

The Sanitarian. August, 1891 

The United Service. September, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland und Amerika. August 19, 

1891. 
Time Tables, Maine Central Railroad. August, 1891... 

Harpers Magazine. September, 1 89 1 

Scientific American. August 22, 1891 

The School' Journal. August 22, 1 89 1 

The Epoch. August 21, 1891 

The North American Review. September, 1 891 

Chaperone. August, 1 89 1 

American Notes and Queries. August, 1891 , 

The Echo. August, 1891 

Medical Record. August 22, 1891 

The Farmers Review. August 19, 1891 

Good News. September 5, 1891 

New York Weekly. September 5, 1891 

The Sporting Life. August 22, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. August 22, 1891 



W 



D 



Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Mary W. Burnett, Chicago. 

The Harness Gazette Com- 
pany. Rome, N. Y. 

Law News Bureau, Chicago. 

F. Van Dorn, New York. 

The Jewelers' Weekly Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 

American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 

Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

The Christian Union Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 

Marion B. Van Eps, Chicago. 

Ernest Young, jr, New York. 

Lewis Klopsch, New York. 

Our Day Publishing Co. , 

Boston. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
A. N. Bell, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
L. R. Hamersly & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Germania Publishing Co., 

New York. 
Lyman H. Nelson and Win, 

Benson, 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Munn&Co., New York. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 

The Epoch Publishing Co., 

New York. 

Lloyd Bryce, New York. 

Annie L. Y. Swart, 

St. Louis. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co.. Philadelphia. 
The Echo Music Company, 
Lafayette, Ind. 
Wm. Wood & Co., 

New York. 

Hannibal H. Chandler & Co. , 

Chicago. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
The Sporting Life Publish- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia. 
The Brooklyn Life Publish- 
ing Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The New Nation. August 22, 1891 

The American Florist. August 20, 1891 

Harper's Bazar. September 5, 1891 

The American Field. August 22, 1891 

America Cientifica, Spanish Ed. September, 1891 
The Argosy. August, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Edward Belamy, Boston. 
American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 

American Field Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Munn & Co. , New York. 

Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 



MAPS 



Idaho and Western Montana. 1891 

Ottumwa, Iowa. July, 1891 

Hinsdale, 111. July, 1891 

Grove City, Pa. July, 1891 

Braintree, Mass. July, 1891 

Unadilla, N. Y. July, 1891 

Belmont, N. Y. July, 1891 

Flemingsburg, N. Y. July, 1891 

Gatesville, Tex. July, 1891 

Lead City, S. Dak. July, 1891 

Pottsville, Pa. May, 1891 

San Jose, Cal. Vol.1. 1891 

Sidney, N. Y. July, 1891 

Wellsville, N. Y. July, 1891 

Bayou Sara and St. Francis ville, La. July, 1891 

Ithaca, Mich. June, 1891 

Halstead, Kans. July, 1891 

Sundance, Wyo. July, 1891 

Woodbury, N.J. Juiy, 1891 

Gloucester City, N.J. July, 1891 

East St. Louis, Madison, and St. Louis. By Milton C. 

Brown. 
Neeley's New Reversible Political Map and Map of the 

United States. 
Waynesboro, Va. 1891 

Philadelphia and Camden 



C. H. Amerine, 

Tacoma, Wash. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Higgins & Co., 

Jefferson, Mo. 
F. T. Neeley, Chicago. 

American Publishing Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
E. Anderson & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 



CHARTS. 



Vickroy's Writing Chart. 

Vickroy's Writing Chart. 
Vickroy's Writing Chart. 
Vickroy's Writing Chart. 
Vickroy's Writing Chart. 
Vickroy's Writing Chart. 
Vickroy's Writing Chart. 



No. 1 

No. 2 
No. 3 
No. 4 

No 5 
No. 6 

No. 7 



Thomas R. Vickroy, 

St. Louis. 
Do. 
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15 
en urrs -Continued. 



Titles. 



United states Posological ChaTt. By Bernard Gordon.. 

American Reference Calendar. By Julian Ogborn 

Seven Per Cent. Interest Table tor Bank Use. By J. 
Brown Taylor. 



Peopeietobs. 



Bernard Gordon, New York. 
Julian Ogborn, Chicago. 
J. Brown Taylor, 

Freeport, 111. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



An American Boy. By Geo. AY. Heath Geo. AV. Heath, 

Haverhill, Mass. 
Nemesis, or A Doublet Past. By Mrs. Richard N. Norris.. Airs. Richard N. Norris, 

Ridgewood, N. J. 

Captain Karl Sidney R.Ellis, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Theme for Piano. By Ethbert F. Downer. 



Sweet Magnolia. AYords and music by Morris Weston... 

My First Cigar. AYords and music by Morris AYeston 

I'm Trying to Hurry it on. AYords and music by Barry 
Brannan. 

Beautiful Women York Dance, for piano. By Monroe 
H. Rosenfeld. 

AVitch of the AYaves Galop, for piano. By E. S. Phelps . 

The Frolic of the Imps Waltz, for piano. By Louis 
Spiecker. 

The Jolly Girls Lancers, for piano. By Monroe Rosen- 
feld. 

Sweet Eileen Machree. AVords and music by J. P. Skelly. 

Fantastic Pastime Polka, for piano. ByF. AY. Meacham. 

The New Golden Rod March, for piano. By A. U. Grant.. 

En harlig ting. Song. By N. Fry kman 



La Fee (Come Pretty Child). English words by C. Bing- 
ham ; music by B. Godard. 

Dans Le Cloitre (In the Cloister Garden). English 
words by C. Bingham ; music by B. Godard. 

Notturnino. By A. Jul. Biedermann 



Joyful Life. By A. Jul. Biedermann 

Evening Song. By A. Jul. Biedermann 

Lightning Train. (Study.) By A. Jul. Biedermann.... 

Impromptu. By A. Jul. Biedermann 

Marnangola. By A. Jul. Biedermann 

The Racer. By A. Jul. Biedermann 

Sunflower. By A. Jul. Biedermann 

Mazurka. By A. Jul. Biedermann 

I Lay My Sins on Jesus 

The Actor. By J. E. Webster and J. C. Er vini 

Be True to Me. By G. H. Newcombe and J. C. Ervini. . 
Jolly Jack Tar. By G. H. Newcombe and J. C. Ervini. . 
Love's Message. By G. H. Newcombe and J. C. Ervini. 
Never to Part. By G. H. Newcombe and J. C. Ervini ... 



Denver Music Pub. Co., 

Denver, Colo. 

A. AYeinstein, New r York. 

Do. 

B. L. Brannan, New York. 

Frank Tousey, New^ York. 

Do 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

N. Fry km an, 

Kerkhoven, Minn. 
Joseph AYilliams, London. 

Do. 

Edw. Schuberth&Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pkopkietoes. 



Love's Messenger. By Jessie Villars mid Waldtine Pegg. 

I Dare to Love Thee. By M. Corelli and F. Liebermann . 
Star Eyes That Haunt Me. By Mary R. Shippey and 

F. Liebermann. 
White Wings Overture, for banjo orchestra. By D. 

Mansfield. 
The Spanish Seiioritas. Words by Lulu Wintzer ; music 

by E. E. Newell. 
Lake Pearl Valse Caprice, for piano. By A. Messenger. . 

On the Line March, piano. By W. A. Dolane 

Sweet Days of Long Ago. Song. By L. G. Wegefarth .. 

Bayadere Waltz, for piano. By Ernest Bucalossi 

Gloria Waltz, for piano. By Edward St. Quentin 

Fairy Tales Waltz. By Otto Roeder 

Fair Katharine Serenade. Words and music by B. 

Mullelly. 
Merry Little Cherub Gavotte, for orchestra. By Oscar 

Hochstadter ; arranged by C. Kerssen. 
Jolly Little Cupid Lancers. By C. T. French ; arranged 

by Carl Kerssen. 
Dreaming of Sweetheart Prue. Words by Mrs. F. Bra- 
den ; music by W. A. Webb. 
Deep Springs of* Harmony Waltz, for piano. By J. B. 

Adger. v 

Nearer My God to Thee, for violin and piano. By D. 

M. H. May. 
Her Lad at Sea. Words by Arthur Chapman ; music 

by J. M. Capel. 
Silver Shadows. Words by John Muir ; music by 

Thomas Hutchinson. 

If Ever. Words and music by Gerald Lane 

Carnavalesque, for piano. By P. de Vetski 

Polish Dance, for piano. By P. de Vetski 

Teofila Mazourka, for piano. By De Kontski 

Echoes from the Sea Shore Schottische, for piano. By 

Charles B. Weston. 

Fairest Gwen. Song. By George E. Smith 

Zwei Gedichte. Op. 16. Male quartets. Words by H. 

Heine ; music by Frank van der Stucken. 
Castles in the Air Waltz, for orchestra. By Wm. Eoss.. 

Trisagion. By H. P. Danks 

The Lord's Prayer. Anthem. By U. C. Burnap 

Benedic Anima Mea. By H. P. Danks 

Offertory Sentences, By H. P. Danks 

Deus Misereatur. By H. P. Danks 

Benedic Anima Mea. By H. P. Danks 

Bonuni Est Confiteri. By H. P. Danks 

Cantate Domino. By H. P. Danks 

Benedictus. By H. P. Danks 

Te Deum Laudamus. By H. P. Danks 

Nearer, My God, to Thee. By Lowell Mason. Male 

quartet, arranged by Herbert Johnson. 
Hoi' Me Down, I'se Gwine to Fly. Words and music 

by F. F. Snow. 
Lord, Let Me Know My End. Burial chant, for male 

voices. By Herbert Johnson. 



j Edw. Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Dudley Mansfield, 

San Francisco. 
E. E. Newell, Brooklyn. 

R. B. Treacy, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Do. 
L. C. Wegefarth, New York. 
Enoch & Sons, London. 

Do. 
Do. 
R. F. Fruin & Co., 

New York. 
Charles T. French, 

New York. 
Do. 

W. A. Webb, Philadelphia. 

J. B. Adger, Lowell, Mass. 

Geo. Wilhg & Co 

Wm. Morley, 

Do. 



Baltimore. 
London. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
E. A. Saalfield, Chicago. 
Chas. B. Weston, 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
Geo. E. Smith. 
Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
% Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 






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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Contin it ki >. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Little Beauty. By William Bendix ; arranged for piano 

by Theo. Bendix. 

Forever and a Day, in G. By August Krapf. 

Enough That I Love Thee, in A flat. Words by G. H. 

Newcombe ; music by J. C. Ervini. 
Hope on, Dear Heart, duet in C. By J. W. Mullen ; 
. arranged by George B. Nevins. 
Chance or It Happened So. Song in G. By Herbert 

Leslie. 
Let Me Die with Mother. Words by M. M. Reynolds ; 

music by J. S. McMurray. 
In Loving Days of Yore. Words by Smedley Norton ; 

music by Oscar Verne. 
Our Wedding Jubilee. Words and music by R. Field... 

Tapioca. Words and music by James A. Bland 

My Lassie Has Raven Hair. Words and music by Her- 
bert M. Justice. 
Comrades. By F. McGlennon ; arranged for band by 

M. A. Althouse. 

Down by the Sea Valse, for piano. By Gerald Lane 

Last of All. Words by Ellis Walton ; music by A. H. 

Behrend. 
Going to Kildare. Words by F. E. Weatherly ; music 

by Ernest Newton. 
Little Lovers. Words by R. S. Hichens ; music by Ed- 
ward German. 
The Miller and His Wife. Words by R. S. Hichens ; 

music by J. M. Capel. 
The Ingle Nook. Words by Nicol Pentland ; music by 

J. H. Carson. 
Which Will You Wed? Words by R. S. Hichens ; music 

by Howard Talbot. 
Miss Decima. Vocal Score. Words by F. C. Burnand ; 

music by C. Audran. 
I Will Set His Dominion in the Sea. Music by H. W. 

Parker. 
Whiz! Galop, for orchestra. By T. H. Rollinson 



Frolic of the Clogs Schottische, for orchestra. By T. H. 

Rollinson. 
Straight Flush Quadrille, for orchestra. By Wm. Bendix. 

Happy Birds Waltz, piano four hands. By E. Hoist 

Thou Art, O God, the Life and Light. Soprano and alto. 

By W. A. Mozart ; arranged by F. Lynte. 
Villanella, for piano. By J. Raff; edited and fingered 

by Maurits Leefson. 
Gloria in Excelsis. By P. H. Danks 



Venite Exultemus Domino. By H. P. Danks 

Gloria Patri. By H. P. Danks 

Magnificat. By H. P. Danks 

The Angelus, for violincello. By W. F. Sudds 

The Angelus, for violincello and piano. By W. F. Sudds. 
Tempo di Ballo, for piano. By Bernhard Wolff; revised 

and fingered by Geo. Schneider. 
Allemande, for piano. By Hans Harthan ; revised and 
fingered by Geo. Schneider. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

J. S. McMurray, 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 
New York and London. 
Do. 
J. V. Stults, Baltimore, Md. 
Herbert M. Justice, 

Philadelphia. 
J. S. Unger, Reading, Pa. 

Wm. Morley, London. 

Robert Cocks & Co., 

London, England. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

E. Ascherberg & Co., 

London, England. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London, England. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 

Do. 
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Do. 

Do. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
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Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Nardin Academy Grand Waltz, for piano. By Theodore 

Moelling. 

Majestic Glide Waltz, for piano. By Clare Bedell 

Little Doris, in D. Words by F. E. Weatherley ; music 

by R. de Koven. 
Love's Garden. Words by F. E. Weatherley ; music by 

R. de Koven. 
Nita Gitana, in A minor. Words by F. E. Weatherley ; 

music by R. de Koven. 
Serenade. Words and music by Theo. H. Northrup 

Faithful. Song. By Gwily m Thomas 

Think of Me When I'm Absent. By M. M. Propheter.. 

Close Those Sleepy Eyes. By M. M. Propheter 

Drooping Roses. By M. M. Propheter 

Gen. W. M. McKinley, jr's., Grand March, for piano. 

By Frank Drayton. 
The Coast Guard's Daughter. Words by W. C. Robey ; 

music by Chas Connolly. 
Will He Never Come Again. By B. Brannon 



Peopeietoes. 



The John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. 

C. Edgar Dobson, New York. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Denver Music Publishing 
Company, Denver, Colo, 
i Gwilym Thomas. 
Geo. Propheter, jr., 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 
! James C. Beckel, 

Lawrenceburg, Ind. 
Albert Loraine & Co. , 

New York. 
Barny Brannon, New York. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



Kern County View. No. 1. 



Kern County View. 
Kern County View. 
Kern County View. 
Kern County View. 
Kern County View. 
Kern County View. 
Kern County View. 
Kern County View. 
Kern County View. 
The Sewing Circle.... 

Happy Family 

Mama's Favorite Son 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



No. 10. 



By James Pagan. 



At the Post. The Suburban, 1891. By Gean Smith. 
Max and Freddy. By W. B. Burford 



Freddy and Max. By W. B. Burford .... 
January, 1892. By C. McKnight Smith 



Kern County Land Com- 
pany, San Francisco. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. J. Hood, Lowell, Mass. 
Jos. P. Knapp, New York. 
M. Knoedler & Co., 

New York. 

Do. 
F. B. Freismuth, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Do. 



February, 1892.. 

March, 1892 , 

April, 1892 

May, 1892 

June, 1892 

July, 1892 

August, 1892 

September, 1892. 

October, 1892 

November, 1892. 
December, 1892. 



Frederick A. 
pany, 
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Stokes Corn- 
New York. 



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ENGRAVINGS— Continued. 



Titles. Proprietors. 

Miss Mabel Esmonde Cahill. Champion Tennis Singles.. The Week's Sport Company, 

New York. 

Gloriana Do. 

Phillips Brooks The New York Photogravure 

Company, New York. 



PHOTOGRAPHS, 



•'Looking for the Bark." By G. M. Elton . 
' ' Catherine's Tittens. " By G. M. Elton .... 

' ' Good Enough. ' ' By G. M. Elton 

"Me Next." By G. M. Elton 

' ' Chip of the Old Block. " By G. M. Elton. 

' ' The Two Friends. " By G. M. Elton 

Elaine. No. 1 



Elaine. No. 2 

Elaine. No. 3 

' ' Lake of the Clouds. 



No. 1 



"Lake of the Clouds." No. 2 

"Lake of the Clouds." No. 3 

"Lake of the Clouds and Summit House." No. 1 ... 

"Mt. Washington R. R. from Mt, Clay." No. 2 

"Presidential Range from Mt. Washington." No. 1. 

"Cloud View from Mt. Washington." No. 1 

' ' Glen House and Carter Range. ' ' No. 2 

"Mt. Washington R. R. from Mt. Clay." No. 1 

"Mt. Washington and Summit House." No. 1 

"Mt. Washington and Summit House." No. 2 

"Snow in Tuckerman's Ravine." No. 1 

"Snow in Tuckerman's Ravine." No. 2 '. 

"Cone of Mt. Washington from Mt. Monroe" 

"Mt. Washington R. R. and Trains" 

"Mt. Washington and Cloud View" 

"Head Wall of Tuckerman's Ravine." No. 1 

"Head Wall of Tuckerman's Ravine." No. 2 

"Head Wall of Tuckerman's Ravine." No. 3 

"Snow in Tuckerman's Ravine." No. 3 

' ' Glen House and Carter Range. ' ' No. 1 

Rita 



The Tired of Life. By E. Neide. 

Reverie. By Tillier 

' ' Lassata. " By P. Mousset 

Les Indiscretes. By Ballavoine. 
"Femme Nue." By L. Doncil . 
High Bridge, Ky. No. 2 



High Bridge, Ky. No. 3 

High Bridge, Ky. No. 5 

The Grimes Family with Shakers brick house built in 
1799. No. 11. 



G. M. Elton, Palmyra, N. Y. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. E. and A. J. Rosch, 

St. Louis. 

Do. 

Do. 
Chas. P. Hibbard, 

Lisbon, N. H. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
B. J. Falk, New York. 

Earnest Mountain, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Frank M. Caldwell, 

Nicholasville, Ky. 

Do. 

Do. 

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LITHOGRAPHS. 



Title. 



Bird's Eye View of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Berkley, 

Va. 
Bennington Battle Monument 



Christ Raising Lazarus (small).. 



Christ Raising Lazarus (large) 

Christ Fortelling His Death (small) 

Christ Fortelling His Death (large) 

Washing the Disciples Feet (small) 

Washing the Disciples Feet (large) 

Christ Comforting His Disciples (small ' 
Christ Comforting His Disciples (large) . 

Christ the True Vine (small; 

Christ the True Vine (large) 

Work of the Holy Spirit (small) 

Work of the Holy Spirit (large) 

Christ Before Pilate (small) 

Christ Before Pilate (large) 

Christ Betrayed 'small) 

Christ Betrayed (large) 

Prayer for His Disciples (small) 

Prayer for His Disciples (large) 

Christ Risen (small) 

Christ Risen (large) 

Christ Crucified (small 

Christ Crucified (large) 

Risen Christ and Disciples (small) 

Risen Christ and Disciples (large) 



Proprietors. 



Augustus Kock T 

Norfolk, Va. 
Wells & Coverly, 

Troy, N. Y. 
Harris, Jones & Co. 

Providence, R. I. 

Do. 

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Do. 






TREASURY DEPARTMENT. INo. ®". 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



FROM 



August 24 to August 29, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has 
been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division oj Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



PUOI'KIKTORS. 



Around tin- World on Foot. August 22, 1891 Botzum & Kennedy, 

Akron, Ohio. 
Union Savings Bank, Washington, D. C Franklin Stationery Manu- 
facturing and Uncle Ben 
Pub. Co., New York. 

Foxborough Savings Bank, Foxborough , Mass Do. 

South Side Bank of Wheeling, Wheeling, W. Va Do. 

First National Bank, Kenosha, Wis Do. 

Little Star's Love Test. By Fanny May Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 21 West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 

U. S. Business Directory. 1891. H. A. Curtin H. A. Curtin, New York. 

The New Harry and Lucy. By E. E. Hale and Lucretia Commonwealth Publishing 

P. Hale. Company, Boston. 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 397 Beadle& Adams, New York. 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 21 Do. 

Beadle's Half Dime Library. No. 734 Do. 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 669 Do. 

Gipsy Outrages in France. Paris, August 21, 1891 Press Pub. Co. N. Y. World, 

New York. 

A Duel is Imminent. Berlin, August 22, 1891 Do. 

Chask el Chemical Works. Circular No. 1 Chaskel Chemical Works, 

New York. 
A Knight of the Cab. Chapters I XXVII, inclusive. Scott Campbell, Boston. 

By Scott Campbell. 
New York Court of Appeals Report. Book XV, Vols. Weed, Parsons & Co., 

71-75, inclusive. Edited by Irving Browne and John ! Albany, N. Y. 

T. Cook. 
The Electric Motor. By T. C. Martin and Joseph ! W. J. Johnston, New York. 

Wetzler. Third edition. 
Sexual Health. Third edition. By Henry G. Hanchett. . Henry G. Hanchett, 

New York. 

First Lessons in Arithmetic. By James B. Thomson M. C. Thomson, New York. 

Fashion Gossip. Margaret Hamm The United Press, 

New York. 

Trade Papers. Joseph Howard. Jr j Do. 

Not Guilty. EdwardS. Van Zile j Do. 

Again at Bull Run 1 Do. 

Ocean Steamers Do. 

New York Newspapers. Curtis Kinglake | Do. 

Meerschaum. Joe Kose Do. 

With a Box of Bon-bons. George P. Taggart Do. 

Success. I. S. Eberhart '. Isa S. Eberhart, Chicago. 

Open Air Artists. Montigny-Sur-Loing, August 21, 1891... James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

The Chicago Fair. Paris, August 21, 1891 j Do. 

The Lancaster Sails from Funchal. Funchal, Madeira, 

August 21, 1891. Do. 

Americans at Lucerne. Lucerne, August 20, 1891 Do. 

A Personal Assertion. Paris, August 20, 1 891 Do. 

A Woman of Nerve. Paris, August 20, 1891 Do. 

The Question of China. Paris, August 20, 1 891 1 Do. 

Europe's Grain Question. Paris, August 22, 1891 Do. 

Americans in London. London, August 22, 1891 j Do. 

(3) 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Duke of Cleveland. London, August 22, 1891. 



Foreign Personals. Paris, August 22, 1891 

The Vice President's Family. Paris, August 22, 1891... 

The French Visits. Paris, August 22, 1891 

Daly in Paris. Paris, August 22, 1891 

Notes from Aix. Aix-Les-Bains, August 22, 1891 

Depew Speaks Out. London, August 22, 1891 

Joseph Leonard Brown 



Information About Patents. 



The Home Palladium. 



How to Become Healthy and Strong. By Henry C. Rose. 
The Old Settler's Story. By G. F. Rinehart 



New Process for Calculating Interest. By E. E. Voyle. 
Structure of Textile Fabrics. By G. D. Rice, jr 



The Electrical Boy. By John Trowbridge 

Transpo Musical Game. By Marie L. Burden. 



The Transition-Curve Field Book. By Conway R. How- 
ard. 

Undertaker's Pocket Record. By F. M. Fuller 

Crusader Programs. No. 2 



Our Redeemer. No. 9. By Martin Von Cochem... 
Our Redeemer. No. 10. By Martin Von Cochem. 
Sporting Forecasts. August 24-29, inclusive 



Ribbon Badges 

Traveler's Expense Book. By H. E. Tucker. 
Biochemistry 



Weight, Sheet Iron Pipe, per foot. 
Battle Fields and Victory 



On the Lake of Lucerne, and Other Stories. By Beatrice 

Whitby. 

A New Method in Chemistry. By Alfred N. Cook 

The New Rector. Part II, Chapters VI-IX. By Stanley 

J. Weyman. 
An Open Letter to the New York Times. By E. D. 

Williams. 

The Fast Mail. L. J. Carter 

Jolly Good Times at Hackmatack. By Mary P. W. 

Smith. 
Gems of Thought. By Nettie F. Pugh 



White Magic. By W. Yeda 

Grandfather Grey. By Kate Tannatt Woods 

* ' Empire ' ' Receipt Book for Drawings. No. 745. By 
E. G. Soltmann. 



Proprietors. 



James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Memorial Printing House, 
Philadelphia. 

C. A Snow & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
James F. Struthers, 

Kansas City. 
Henry C. Rose, 

South Bend, Ind. 
G. F. Rinehart, 

Newton, Iowa. 
E.E. Voyle, Gainesville, Fla. 
George Damon Rice, jr., 

Boston. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 
Marie L. Burden, 

Springfield, Mo. 
John Wiley & Sons, 

New York. 
F. M. Fuller. 

Woman's Temperance Pub. 

Association, Chicago. 

A. Eichler, New York. 

Do. 
The Sporting World Co., 

New York. 
Whitehead & Clark, 

Newark, N. J. 
H. E. Tucker, 

Tremont, Nebr. 
Geo. W. Carey and Chas. 

C. Rodolf, Spokane, Wash. 
O. G. Bodley, Creston, Iowa. 
Dodd, Mead & Co. , 

New York. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Popular Pub. Co., Chicago. 
United States Book Co. , 

New York. 

E. D. Williams, 

Toledo, Ohio. 
Charles Thornton, Chicago. 



Nettie Frisbie Pugh, 

Columbus. 
W. Yeda, Detroit. 

Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
E. G. Soltmann, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



A Business Arithmetic 

Elements of Double-Entry Bookkeeping. By Alex. 

Robertson. 
Household Records of Receipts and Expenditures. By 

F. D. Fagg. 

Betty, a Butterfly. By A. G. Plympton 

The Puritan's Daughter. By T. C. De Leon 

Edmond Dantes. By Alexander Dumas 

Our Hearts' Delight. By Chas. F. Escher, jr 

Ordnance and Gunnery. Second ed. Text and plates. 

By Henry Metcalfe. 
Elements of Entomology. By N. M. Eberhart 

The Three Spirits, and Other Poems. By W. P. Hunt- 
ington. 
The American Marine Engineer. By Emory Edwards... 

Wanted — Antiseptic Christians. By Maud Ballington 
Booth. 

The Startled Sewing Society. By Mrs. L. H. Crane 

The Last Pages of an Officer's Diary 

Peirce College Annual. 1891-92 

A Treatise on Hospital and Asylum Construction. By 

George F. Hammond. 
Gloucester on Sunday. John R. Thomas, jr 

Victory in the Air. H. R. Chamberlain 

Yorkie Weir. Chapter IX. By L. C. Rogers 

The Dental Arch. By J. C. Edington 

Tempting Curry Dishes 

Weddings 

Sketches and Stories for Young America. By George 
M. Vickers. 

Mademoiselle Destoches. (The Choice Series.) Trans- 
lated by Meta De Vere. 

Grammatica Linguae Numipu. By a Missionary of the 
Society of Jesus. 

Excerpts from Mystic Sense of the Scriptures. By 
Madam Guyon. Compiled by Mrs. M. M. Phelon. 

To the Friends of Education. August 1, 1891. By J. 
C. Zachos. 

Numerical Telephone Directory. Kansas City, Mo., 
Kansas City, Kans. 

Simpson's Labor-Saving Tables. By R. H. Simpson 

Carlotta's Intended. By Ruth McEnery Stuart 

War Ships Bent on Peace. London, August 22, 1891.... 

The Exile. Chapter VII. By Forrest Crissey 

A Winter at Nice. Chapter XII. By E. Von Osten 



Proprietors. 



Williams & Rogers, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Alex. Robertson, 

South Orange, N. J. 
F. D. Fagg, Chicago. 

A. G. Plympton, Boston. 
The Gossip Printing Co. 

Mobile, Ala. 
W. F. Pollard, New York. 
Frank E. Wright, 

Philadelphia. 
Henry Metcalfe, U. S. A. 

Noble M. Eberhart, 

Chicago, 111. 
Webster P. Huntington, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Henry Carey Baird & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Fleming H. Revell Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Thomas May Peirce, 

Philadelphia. 
George F. Hammond, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Jno. R. Thomas, jr., 

Philadelphia. 
Reform Press News Asso- 
ciation, New York. 
L. C. Rogers. 
J. C. Edington, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
James P. Smith & Co., 

New York. 
Frederick A. Stokes Co., 

New York. 
Geo. M. Vickers, 

Philadelphia. 
Robert Bonner's. Sons, 

New York. 
Joseph M. Cataldo, 

Desmet, Idaho. 
Mrs. M. M. Phelon, 

Chicago. 
J. C. Zachos, New York. 

M. C. Reefer, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
R. H. Simpson, St. Louis. 
J. B. Lippincott Co., 

Philadelphia. 
The New York Times, 

New York. 

Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 

A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 

Company. Chicago. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pkoprietors. 



Keminiscences. Chapters XII, XIII. By J. S. Koss 

Celebrities at Homburg. Homburg, August 22, 1891 

The Uocle of An Angel. By Thomas A. Janvier 

Iduna and Other Stories. By George A. Hibbard 

Newburyport and Amesbury Directory. 1891 

Dr. S. G. Howe, the Philanthropist. By F. B. Sanborn.. 

How to Do Business. By George N. McLean 

Baldwin's Directory of The Oranges and Townships of 

Essex County, N. J. 
Stockholders' Record and Transfer Book. By Albert B. 

King. 
The Chaskel Chemical Works. Circular No. 2 

An Artist's Story of the Great War. Nos. VI to XV, 

inclusive. By Edwin Forbes. 
Coal Handling Machinery. Circular No. 691 

The New England Coast. By Robert Grieve 

Edward's Examination Questions and Answers for Engi- 
neers and Fireman. 
As We Were Saying. By Chas. Dudley Warner 

Lohengrin — the Swan Song, the Bridal Chorus, and the 
Love Duet. Illustrated by Frank M. Gregory. 

Faust — the Flower Song and the Spinning Song. Illus- 
trated by Frank M. Gregory. 

Onward, Christian Soldiers. Illustrated by Frank M. 
Gregory. 

Magnificat. Illustrated by Frank M. Gregorj^ 

Carmen, the Song of the Toreador. Illustrated by Frank 
M. Gregory. 

Margery Daw's Home Confectionery. By Lucy W. 
Bostwick. 

The Baby's Biography. By A. O. Kaplan 

Monitor Guide 

Her Father's Victim. By Thomas B. Montfort 

Shreveport, La. By M. L. De Malher, 

Combined Ledger and Journal 

When Lee Surrendered. Chapters I-I1I. By Sallie Pate 

Steen. 
Lights on the Sea. Chapter III. By Helen V. Gavett... 

Special Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, August 23 29, inclusive. 

Revolution for the Churches. By A Layman 

Therapeutic Application of Medical Gymnastics. By 

Baron Nils Posse. 
"Till He Come." By James H. Brookes 



J. S. Ross, Eldorado, Iowa. 
Press Publishing Company, 
N. Y. World, New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Sampson, Murdock & Co., 

Boston. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Jefferson Jackson, Chicago. 



Albert B. King, New York. 

The Chaskel Chemical 

Works, New York. 

Edwin Forbes, New York. 



C. W. Hunt 


Company, 




New York 


J. A. & R. 


A. Reid, 


Providence, R. I 


Henry Carey Baird & Co., 




Philadelphia 


Harper & Brothers, 




New York. 


Brentano's, 


New York. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 





Do. 

A. O. Kaplan, Cincinnati. 
Edwin W. Bullinger, 

New York. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Company, Chicago. 

M. L. De Malher, 

Little Rock. 
Cameron, Amberg & Co., 

New York 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Helen V. Gavett, 

Detroit, Mich. 
New York Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 
W. W. Andrews, 

Otisfield Gore, Me. 
Nils Posse, Boston. 

Gospel Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Juvenile Wreath of Song. By J. I). Luse 

Hillsboro County Directory. For 1891-92 

A Manual of the Steam-Engine. Part I. Structure 

and Theory. By Robert H. Thurston. 
Combined Cash Received Book. Installment, Shares, and 

Delinquent Record. Form No. 3. By I). Breneman.. 

Revival Hymns and Choruses. By Gr. K. Little 

A List of Justices of the Peace in the State of New York. 

By Irving Paine. 
Celery Growing a Success. By Homer L. Stewart 

Poems. By Helen Shelby 

The Squire's Daughter. By Lucy C. Lillie 

An Entire Stranger. By T. L. Baily 

Last Week at Homburg. Homburg, August 25, 1891 

Charity Ball at Aix. Aix-les- Bains, August 25, 1891 

London Jottings. London, August 25, 1 891 

Created a Sensation. London, August 25, 1891 

Important from Russia. Paris, August 23, 1891 

Delights of Homburg. Homburg, August 24, 1891 

From St. Moritz. St. Moritz, August 24, 1891 

Greatest in the World. London, August 26, 1891 

The Season at Ragatz. Ragatz-Les-Bains. August 26, 
1891. 

Watching Herald News. Paris, August 26, 1891 

Boston Real Estate Syndicate 

Its Capabilities 

Acme Tally Sheet. Form 3. By Geo. H. Smith 

Common Sense Road to Health and Happiness. By L. 

C. Warner. 
The Race Problem. By H. W. Holley 

Well Won. By Mrs. Alexander 

Rum is Right. By Frank Freelance 

Home Songs. By G. P. Nase 

Business Protective Union 

The New Rector. Part III, Chapters X-XIII. By S. J. 

Weyman. 
The Curtis School for Boys. Circular 

Prayer in all Ag*es. By F. J. Needham , 

A. Friendly Talk About Revision. By Edw. D. Morris.. 

The Art of Bookselling. Chapter I. By C. D. Raymer, 
Flax Code Book 

Brodrafolkens Storhetsted. By P. A. Peterson , 

The Architects, Contractors, and Material Dealers' 
Directory of Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, and Brook- 
line. 1891. 



Propkii;ioi;s. 



J. D. Luse, Columbus, Ohio. 
Union Pub. Co., Boston. 
Robert H. Thurston, 

[thaca, N T . Y. 
D. Breneman, 

Topeka, Kan*. 
G. K. Little, Chicago. 

Irving Paine, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
H. L. Stewart, 

Tecum seh, Mich. 
Helen Shelby, Altoona, Pa. 
Porter & Coates, 

Philadelphia. 
Thomas Y. Cro well & Co., 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Wm. Meehan, Boston. 

Job Harriman, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
Geo. H. Smith, Sherry, Wis. 
L. C. Warner, Chicago. 

H. W. Holley, 

Winnebago City, Minn. 
John A. Taylor & Co., 

New York. 
F. Jar vis Patten, 

New York. 
Geo. P. Nase, 

New Haven, Conn. 
C. A. Gladding & Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Frederick S. Curtis, 

Brookfield Center, Conn. 
F. J. Needham, New York.. 
Anson D. F. Randolph & 
Co., New York. 

C. D. Raymer, Minneapolis. 
Albert Dickinson Company, 
Chicago. 
P. A. Peterson, New York. 
Brower & Co. , Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Real Estate First Mortgage Bond 

Continuous Calender 

Round About Cape Cod. By Bill Nye 

Washington Singers 

Cockerill's Letter. By Jno. A. Cockerill 

A Bucking By-Shackle 

Pope Leo in Marble 

The Valley of Death . 

The Autumn Fashions 

Hayseeds at Richfield 

Saratoga is Doomed 

Women Farm Laborers 

Fun at the Fair .... 

The Woman of Fashion 

Carrie Careless 

The Art of Lunching. By M. E. W. Sherwood 

The Farmers' Alliance History. By N. A. Dunning 

Romancie. By Wm. B. Felts 

Memory's Casket. By Mrs. Lucy H. Washington 

Electro-Motors. By S. R. Bottom and A. M. A. Beale. 

Electro-Plating. By Edw. Trevert 

Intercommunion Among Baptists. By W. F. Wells 

Maud, Locksley Hall, and Other Poems. By Alfred 

Lord Tennyson. 
Talks on Getting Married. By T. T. Eaton 

A Popular History of the United States. Revised and 
enlarged. By John C. Ridpath. 

Boys' Star Library. No. 220 

New York Detective Library. No. 457 

Five Cent Wide Awake Library. No. 1065 

Smallwood's Method for Piano. American edition 

Acquitted. Chapters VII-XII, inclusive. Translated 

by A. C. Townsend. 
The Housewife Club. August 27 

The Household Gem Cyclopedia 

Rules for Rating Hop Kilns, Hops, and Hop Houses 

Poems of the Blue. By T. C. Harbaugh 

Handbook of Fairmount Park. By David Scattergood.. 

In Defense of Medical Botany. By William M. Starr.... 

Sweet Adin. By Lilola Olio 



Proprietors. 



William Rieckhoff, 

Orange City, Iowa. 
L. J. Gildersleeve, 

Beaver, Pa. 

Edgar W. Nye, New York. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 
Lee C. Hascall, 

Washington, D. C. 
Wm. B. Felts, 

Russell Springs, Kans. 
Lucy H. Washington. 
Excelsior Publishing House, 
New York. 
Bubier Publishing Com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 
W. F. Wells, Cleburne, Tex. 
Frederick A. Stokes Co., 

New York. 
Baptist Book Concern, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Phillips & Hunt, New York. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
Wm. Caldwell, New York. 

Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 

R. S. Peale, Chicago. 

Northwest Fire and Marine 

Ins. Co., Portland, Oregon. 

T. C. Harbaugh, 

Casstown, Ohio. 
Mrs. A. Scattergood, 

Beverly, N. J. 
William M. Starr, 

Washington, D. C. 
George A. Kirkland, 

St. Mary's, Kans. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors; 



Portfolio World's Columbian Exposition, 1893. 
The Signboard. Translated by A. O. Bierstadt 



Elsie. By W. Heimburg 

Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of the United States 

Treasury. 
Recent Artistic H omes 



Lenrgang der englischen Sprache. By Carl Theodor 

Eben. 
Cumberland County, N. J., Directory. 1891-'92 



Howe's Camden City and County Directory. 1891-'92... 
Amberg's "Directory " System of Indexing. Index No. 
180. 

Asher's Simplified Stock Record 

The Commercial Real Estate Trust of Boston 

Hop Kiln Policy Form 



Tiddledy Winks and Tiddledy Winks Ten Pins 

Latest News from Europe. London, August 22, 1891. 

Winner's Eureka Method for the Cornet 



Victory of Song. By L. O. Emerson 

The Musical Lyra. Selected by Frederick H. Pease 

Guitar Solos. Composed and arranged by Mrs. M. W. 
Bell. 

When Game and Fish may be Lawfully Taken 

Life on a Bicycle ;.. 

H. O'Neill &Co. Catalogue No. 17 



Winter's Art Litho. < '<>., 

Chicago. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Do. 
The Indicator Pub. Co , 

New York. 
George E. Jenks, 

La Fayette, End. 
Ig. Kohler, Philadelphia. 

Sibbald Fred. Boyd, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
William A. Amberg, 

Chigago. 
B. Asher, New York. 

William Meehan, Boston. 
Northwest Fire and Marine 
Ins. Co., Portland, Oreg. 
William Sowden, New York. 
The Sun Printing and Pub- 
lishing Ass'n, New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Kohler & Chase, 

Oakland, Cal. 
T. W. Rudolph, Chicago. 
Henry Yetter, Chicago. 

H. O'Neill & Co., New York. 



PERIODICALS. 



The Compass. Vol. 1, No. 1, August, 1891. By Will- 
iam Cox. 
Lawyers General Digest. August 6, 1891 



The Youth's Companion. August 27, 1891 
The Cosmopolitan. September, 1891 



The Banner Weekly. Every Saturday, No. 460 

Entertainment. August, 1891 

The Atlantic Monthly. September, 1891 

The Central Law Journal. August 21, 1891 

Talent. August, 1891 

The American Microscopical Journal. August, 1891.. 

Lippincott's Magazine. September, 1891 

2 T E 



William Cox, New Y r ork. 

Lawyers Co-operative Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 
Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 
The Cosmopolitan Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
The Entertainment Bureau, 
Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 
Talent Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Chas. W. Smilev, 

Washington, D. C. 

J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Arkansaw Traveler. August 29, 1891 

The Newsbook. August 22, 1891 

St. Nicholas. September, 1891 



Album Reve. August 15, 1891 

The N. Y. Family Story Paper. September 5, 1891 



Frank Leslie's Illustrated. August 29, 1891. 



The Century Magazine. September, 1891 

The Messenger of the Sacred Heart. September, 1891. 
The Illustrated American. August 29, 1 891 



Peopeietoes. 



Harper's Young People. August 25, 1891 

Scribner's Magazine. September, 1891 

Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. August 22, 1891. 

Outing. August 22, 1891 

The Now and Then. September and October, 1891 . . 



Our Little Ones. September, 1891 

The Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary 
Archives. August, 1891. 

The Medico-Legal Journal. June, 1891 

The School Journal. August 22, 1891.; 



The American Stock-Keeper. August 22, 1891. 

Bradstreets. August 22, 1891 

Tobacco. August 21, 1891 



Fox's Weekly. August 31, 1891 

Albany Law Journal. August 22, 1891.. 



The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. August 
22, 1891. 

The Amusement Gazette. August 24, 1891 , 

American Architect. August 22, 1891 , 

Textile Colorist, August, 1891... 

The American Contractor. August 22, 1891 

The Architectural Era. August, 1891 

The Engineering Record. August 22, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. August 22, 1891 



Golden Hours. August 29, 1891 

Architecture and Building. August 22, 1891. 
Fanciers Journal. August 22, 1891 



Mackey's Guide. August 29, 1891 

The Domestic Monthly. September, 1891. 
St. Louis Life. August 20, 1891 



Review Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago . 
Lambert Willstaedt, 

Joplin, Mo. 
The Century Company, 

New York. 
L. Perlen, New York. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
The Judge Publishing Co. , 

New York. 
The Century Co. , New York. 
R. S. Dewey, Philadelphia. 
Illustrated American Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Charles Scribner's Sons , 

New York. 
E. &H. T. Anthony & Co., 

New York. 
Outing Co. (Limited), 

New York. 
J. M. M. Gernerd, 

Muncy, Pa. 

Russell Pub. Co. , Boston. 

W. A. Conklin & R. S. 

Huidekoper, New York. 

Clark Bell, New York. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
American Stock-Keeper 
Publishing Co. , Boston. 
The Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Weed, Parsons & Co. , 

Albany, N. Y. 
L. K. Strouse&Co., 

New York. 

F. T. Low, New York. 
Ticknor & Co. , Boston. 
M. M. Frank, Philadelphia. 
B. Edwards & Co., Chicago. 
D. Mason & Co. , New York. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
W. T. Comstock, 

New York. 
Fanciers Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Joseph Mackey r New York. 
H. C. Faulkner, New York. 
Moore & Barth, St, Louis. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titli 



The New York Supplement. Vol 15, No. 6, August 

20, 1891. 

The Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 17, August 19, IK!) I .... 
The Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 7, August 19, 1891.... 
The Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 19, No. 17, August 

18, 1891. 
The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 4, August 20, 1891.... 
The Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 7, August 

15, 1891. 
The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 16, No. 15, August 

17, 1891. 
The Federal Reporter. Vol. AG, No. 10, August 18, 1891.... 
The Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 5, August 

21, 1891. 

The Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 8, August 

22, 1891. 

The New Albany. September, 1891 



The Arena. September, 1891 

The Forum. September, 1891 

Outing. September, 1891 

Current Law. August 24, 1891 

Judge. August 29, 1891 

The Ladies Health Journal. August, 1891. 
Life. August 27, 1891 



Proprietors. 



The American Paper Trade. August 22, 1891. 
Solon's Sector. August, 1891 



The Golden Weekly. September 1 0, 1891 

The Yankee Blade. August 22, 1891 

The Illustrated Police News. August 29, 1891. 



The Police Gazette. September 5, 1 891 
Garden and Forest. August 19, 1891... 



The Insurance Times. August, 1891 

The Sunday School Times. August 29, 1891 

The Mayflower. September, 1891 

Electrical Review. August 29, 1891 

The New York Ledger. August 29, 1 891 

The Shoe and Leather Reporter. August 20, 1891 . 

The National Amateur. September, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. August 22, 1891 



West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Brandow Printing-Company, 
Albany, N. Y. 
The Arena Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
The Forum Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Outing Company (Lim- 
ited), New York. 
The Law News Bureau, 

Chicago. 
The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Mrs. Artie B. Winter, 

Newark, Ohio. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 
Supreme Lodge Order of 
Solon, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 
Police News Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
P. Tertius Kempson, 

New York. 
John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
John Lewis Childs, 

Floral Park, N. Y. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 
Walter C. Chiles, 

Philadelphia. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia. 



12 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Overland Monthly. September, 1 891 

The Story-Teller. August, 1891 

Our Little Men and Women. August, 1891 

The Treasury. September, 1891 

The Daily Market Reporter. August 24-29, inclusive. 
1891. 

The Weekly Market Reporter. August 29, 1891 

Trifet's Monthly Budget of Music. August, 1891 

Portraits of Dogs of the Day. August, 1891 

Life's Calendar. September, 1891 

Good Housekeeping. September, 1891 

Magazine of American History. September, 1891 

New York Clipper. August 29, 1891 

Harper's Weekly. August 29, 1891 

Kate Field's Washington. August 26, 1891 

The Christian Herald. August 26, 1891 

Puck. August 26, 1891 

Babyland. August, 1891 

The Pansy. August, 1891 

Wide Awake. August, 1891 

Ornithologist and Oologist. August, 1891 

American A gricultu rist. September, 1891 

Garden and Forest. August 26, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. August 26, 1891 

The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. August 29 

1891. 
The American Florist. August 27, 1 891 

The Illustrated Worlds' Fair. September, 1 891 

The Argosy. September 1891 

Gast-Paul Bankers Reporter. June, 1891 

Farmers Review. August 26, 1891 

The Sporting Life. August 29, 1891 

Home and Farm. September 1, 1891 

The New Albany. September, 1891 



Proprietors. 



The Overland Monthly Pub. 
Co., San Francisco. 

The D. Lothrop Company, 
Bostou. 
Do. 

E. B. Treat, New York. 
P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 

F. Trifet, Boston. 
The Artotype Publishing 

Company, New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Clark W. Bryan & Co., 

Springfield, Mass. 
Historical Publishing Com- 
pany, _ New York. 
The Frank Queen Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
The D. Lothrop Company, 
Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Frank B. Webster, 

Hyde Park, Mass. 

The Orange Judd Company, 

New York, 

Garden and Forest Pub. Co. , 

New York. 

The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
L. K. Strouse&Co., 

New York. 
American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
Jewell N. Halligan, 

Chicago. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
Aug. Gast Bank Note & Lith. 
Company and Solon W. 
Paul. St. Louis. 

Hannibal H. Chandler & Co. , 
Chicago. 
Sporting Life Publishing 
Company, Philadelphia, 
Home and Farm Publishing 
Co., Louisville, Ky. 

Bransdow Printing Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Epoch. August 28, 1891..... 

The Boys of New York. September 12, 1891 

Fox's Weekly. September 7, 1891 

Word and Works. September, 1891 

The New Nation. August 29, 1891 

The Art Interchange. September, 1 891 

Archives of Pediatrics. September, 1891 

Quarterly Register of Current History, 2d Quarter 
August, 1891. 

Scientific American. August 29, 1891 

Harper's Bazar. September 12, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. August29, 1891 '. 

Fanciers Journal. August 29, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland und Amerika. August 26, 
1891. 

Scientific American Supplement. August 29, 1 891 

The Jewelers Circular. August 26, 1 891 

The Electrical World. August 29, 1891 

The N. Y. Fireside Companion. September 5, 1891 

The N. Y. Fireside Companion. September 12, 1891 

The N. Y. Fireside Companion. September 19, 1891 

Good News. September 12, 1891 

The Rural New Yorker. August 29, 1891 

The Christian Weekly. August 29, 1 891 

Lock and Bell. August, 1891 

Farm and Home. September I, 1891 

The Jewelers Weekly. August 26, 1891 

Entertainment. August, 1891 

American Machinist. August 27," 1891 

The American Field. August 29, 1891 

Forest and Stream. August 27, 1891....' 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. August 27, 1891 

The Ladies World. September, 1891 

Golden Days. September 5, 1891 

Saturday Night. September 12, 1891 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. August 22, 

1891. 
The Ave Maria. August 29, 1891 



Pkopriktoks. 



The Epoch Publishing Co., 
New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Richard K. P\>x, New York. 
Word and Works Publish- 
ing Company, St. Louis. 
Edward Bellamy, Boston. 
Art Interchange Company, 
New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia, 
The Evening News Associa- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. 
Munn & Co., New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fanciers Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Germania Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Munn & Co. , New York. 
Jewelers Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
The W. J. Johnston Com- 
pany, New York. 
George Munro, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Rural Publishing Company, 
New York. 
ErnestYoung,jr.,NewYork. 
William Byrnes, New York. 
The Phelps Publishing Com- 
pany, Springfield, Mass. 
The Jewelers Weekly Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The Entertainment Bureau, 
Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The American Field Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 
S. H.Moore & Co., 

New Y T ork. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
W. B.Dana & Co., 

New York. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Deniorest Fashion Journal. October, 1891 

University Extension. August, 1891 

Current Literature. September, 1891 

American A mateur Photographer. August, 1 89 1 

The Journal of Industrial Education. August, 1891 

Western Electrician. August 29, 1891 

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. September 12, 

1891. 
Meehan's Monthly. September, 1891..... 

MAPS. 

Ripley County, Mo. 1890 

McMinnville, Tenn. July, 1891 

Edgeton, Wis. July, 1891 

Chaska, Minn. July, 1891 •. 

Shenandoah, Penn. July, 1891 

Homestead, Penn. July, 1891 

Deny Station, Penn. July, 1891 

Mercer, Penn. July, 1891 

Georgetown, Del. July, 1891 

Bainbridge, N. Y. July, 1891 

South Bend, Ind. July, 1891 

Chicago Packing Houses and Union Stock Yards. August, 

1891. 

Bay City, Mich 

Chicago. Vol. 18 

Iowas, Sac and Fox, Kickapoos, and Pottawatomies 

Eeservations, and the Eastern Half of Oklahoma. 

July, 1891. 
The Resort Region for Tourists and Land Dealers, 1891.. 

Porter's Market Dining Rooms '. 

CHARTS. 

Pattern Chart. By J. B. Perry 

Combination Chord Indicator , 

Cleveland Official Contractors Directory 

Birds Eye View of the Chicago Packing Houses and 
Union Stock Yards. 



Peopeietoes. 



Demorest Fashion and Sew. 
Mach. Co. , New York. 

The American Society for the 
Extension of University 
Teaching, Philadelphia. 

Current Literature Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

William H. Burbank, 

Boston. 

The Owens Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Electrician. Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Thomas Meehan, 

Philadelphia. 



Arthur Hosmer, Jr., 

Doniphan, Me. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Chas. Rascher, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

T. H. Harper, 

Wichita, Kans. 

Geo. E. Steele, 

Traverse City, Mich. 
F. Porter & Son, 

Salem, Mass. 



J. B. Perry, New Orleans. 
Theo. Speck, New York. 
Whitworth Bros., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Charles Rascher, Chicago. 



15 

CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Roudebush Writing System 

The Piano and Organ Sight Teacher. 



Third Form of Prentice's Chart for Ascertaining Irregu- 
larities of the Ocular Muscles. 



Proprietors. 



Roudebush Bros., 

Topeka, Kans. 
Fred. W. Ingalsbe, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
C. M. C. Prentice, 

Norwalk, Ohio. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



I love to Steal Awhile Away. Song. Arranged 1'rom 

Franz Schubert by Win. Noelsch. 
This is Not My Place of Resting. Song. Arranged from 

Franz Schubert by Wm. Noelsch. 
Queen of My Heart and Home. Words by Al. Roome ; 

music by Chas. Miller. 
Making of the Horse Shoe. Words and music by J. J. 

Quinlan. 
He was Led into Temptation and He Fell. Words by 

Geo. Cooper ; music by H. F. Smith. 
Lost in New York. Words by Al. Roome ; music by 

Chas. Miller. 

By Ant. Dvorak. English words 



By Ant. Dvorak. English words 



By Mai com 



Good Night Song in G. 
by Philip Woolf. 

Good Night Song in E. 
by Philip Woolf. 

Gay Commander March, for piano 

Golden Rod Waltz-Quadrille, for orchestra. 
Hoffman. 

Heart of My Heart Waltz, and Nuptial Chimes Schot- 
tische, for orchestra. Arranged by L. O. De Witt. 

Bright Mother of Our Maker, Hail. Song. By C. F. Actes. 

My Song. By C. F. Artes 

The Robin and the Chicken. Song. By Jane Artes 

Academy Redowa, for piano. By A. Mellinger 

Ethel's Lullaby. Words and music by Dan. W. De- 
laney. 

Easylina Polka, for band. By C. Strassberger 

Easylina Polka, for orchestra. By C. Strassberger 

The Sirens, for women's voices. Words by Edwin Ar- 
nold ; music by H. B. Day. 

If at First You Don't Succeed Try, Try Again Waltz, 
for piano. By W. A. Gardner ; arranged by G. R. 
Stebbins. 

Mother the Queen of Them All. Words and music by 
Richard F. Stahley. 

O God, My Gracious God, Prayer (O SalutarisV Song. 
Arranged from Rossini by Wm. Noelsch. 

Lord, We Praise Thy Holy Name. Song. Arranged from 
Rossini by Wm. Noelsch. 

The Lord is My Shepherd. Song. Arranged from 
Kuecken by Wm. Noelsch. 

; 'The Falling Leaves" and "Song Without Words." 
By Frank Eaton. For mandolin and guitar. 

A Dream of the Lake. By Frank Eaton. For mando- 
lin and guitar. 

Sound of the Harps Waltz. By Frank Eaton, For man- 
dolin and guitar. 



Wm. Noelsch, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Geo. M. Klenk & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 
J. Chas. Grasmuk, 

New York. 
Do. 

A. Shattinger, St. Louis. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 
S. P. Shaw, agent, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Do. 

Wm. Noelsch, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Frank Eaton, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Do. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Wanderer's Return. By Frank Eaton. For two 

guitars. 
March of the Marchioness. By Frank Eaton. For two 

guitars. 
The Golden Rod Romanza, for guitar. By Frank Eaton 

Fantasie Brilliante, for guitar. By Frank Eaton 

" Dance of the Tramp" and "Grandmother's Song," 

for guitar. By Frank Eaton. 
' ' Husking Bee Schottische ' ' and ' ' Firelight Reverie, ' ' 

for guitar. By Frank Eaton. 
Twilight Fancies. By Frank Eaton. For banjo and 

mandolin. 
Thine and Mine Mazurka. By Frank Eaton. For banjo 

and mandolin. 
Dancing in the Dell. By Frank Eaton. For banjo and 

mandolin. 
Little Music Box and the Clock. By Frank Eaton. For 

banjo and guitar. 
Emma Polka. By Frank Eaton. For banjo and guitar. 
Two Little Kids Polka. By Franklin Eaton. For two 

banjos. 
March of the Statues. By Franklin Eaton. For two 

banjos. 
McCarthy's Wedding By Franklin Eaton. For two 

banjos. 
Bells of Wyoming Gavotte. By Franklin Eaton. For 

two banjos. 
Fussin' in de Family. By Franklin Eaton. For two 

banjos. 
Jolly Nocturnal March. By Franklin Eaton. For two 

banjos. 
Dance of the Storks. By Franklin Eaton. For two 

banjos. 
Tyroliene Dancers' Waltz. By Franklin Eaton. For 

two banjos. 
Enterprise' March. By Franklin Eaton. For two ban- 
jos. 
In Love. Song in F. Words by L. Reed ; music and 

chorus words by Geo. Prophet er. 
A Broken Heart. Words and music by Geo. Propheter... 
Heliotrope Valse, for piano. By Leona Lacoste 



La Reine des Fees Intermezzo, for piano. By Karl Kaps.. 

Money Musk Mazurka, for piano. By Albert U. Grant 

Pilgrims' Chorus from Tannehauser. By Richard Wag- 
ner ; arranged for piano by G. Lange. 

Air de Ballet, for piano. By C. Chaminade ; revised and 
fingered by Louis Oesterle. 

La Fileuse, for piano. By J. Raff; revised and fingered 

r by Louis Oesterle. 

Etude, for piano. By H. Reinhold ; fingered by Kate S. 
Chittenden. 

Morning Prayer, for piano. By L. Streabbog ; fingered 
by A. Jul. Biedermann. 

Swan Song from Lohengrin. By Richard Wagner. For 
piano. Arranged by D. Krug ; revised and fingered 
by A. Jul. Biedermann. 

Purple Embers. Words by H. A. D'Arcy ; music by 
Harry Pepper. 



Frank Eaton, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Geo. Propheter, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Edward Schuberth & Co., 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Hitchcock & McCargo Com- 
pany, New York. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Brave Love. Song. By Harry Pepper. 



Come Back and Say Good-Night. Song. By Harry 

Pepper. 
Carita. Words by G. A. Binnie ; music by Tito Mattei.. 



In Thee, O God. By J. R. Alsop 

Oklahoma Quick March, for piano. By Felix S. O'Flyng. 

Missa Pastoralis. By Alois Bauer ; with organ accom- 
paniment by M. J. Betz. 

\ ' Indianola Waltz ' ' and Village Bells. Guitar solo. By 
Franklin Eaton. 

Gypsie Cradle Song. Guitar solo. By Franklin Eaton. 



Will 'o the Wisp Overture. 

guitar. By Franklin Eaton. 
Visions and Voices. Words by H 

music by Oliver King. 
She's False to Me. Song. By Frank Dumont 



Mandolin, banjo, and 
L. D'Arcy Jaxone ; 



The Maiden's Last Adieu. Song. By A. J. La Bord ; 

arranged by Kaddom Diard. 
American Eepublic March, for band. By H. H. Thiele. 
Marry Barry. Words and music by Alfred Buckman.... 



Thirty Vocalises, for soprano or tenor. By C. Gloggner- 
Castelli. 

Elite Lancers, for orchestra. By Wm. Bendix ; ar- 
ranged by Theo. Bendix. 

Folks That Put On Airs. Song. By W. H. Colston 



The Surrender of Vicksburg March, for piano. By Mrs. 

M. Morrison. 

Tony Pastor's Combination Song 

Footsteps on the Stairs. Song. By E. G. B. Holder 

Idol of Beauty Serenade. Words from the French by 

W. J. Wetmore ; music by L. M. Gottschalk. 

Love and Chivalry, for piano. By L. M. Gottschalk 

Slumber on Baby Dear. English words by H. C. Wat- 
son ; music by L. M. Gottschalk. 
Vesper Bell Mazurka, for piano. By John M. Abbot.... 
Baby's Lullaby. Words and melody by C. W. Gaston ; 

arranged by Chas. M. Couch. 
The Alviene Spanish Waltz, for piano. By C. M. Al- 

viene. 

Little Grace. Song. By Peggy Pryde 

My Cottage Home. Song. By S. Chandler Farrar 

Daisies Never Tell. Song. By S. Chandler Farrar 

Phantoms Polka francaise, for piano. By Ferd. Bold. 

Op. 92. 
I Kiss Thine Eyes. Words by Duncan Campbell Scott ; 

music by William David Holmes. 
Here at the Garden Gate. Words by Frank Dempster 

Sherman ; music by William David Holmes. 
The New Amatori Waltzes, for piano. By F. Conway ... 



The Summer Sea. 
M. North. 

3 T E 



Quartette for male voices. By James 



Hitchcock & McCargo Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Do. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
A. P. Schmidt, Boston. 

F. S. O'Flyng, 

Elsmore, Kans. 
M. J. Betz, Philadelphia. 

Franklin Eaton, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Do. 

Do. 

William Morley, 

London, England. 
Frank Dumont, 

Philadelphia. 
Chas. W. Held, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
W. H. Cundy, Boston. 

Buckman & Hermanson, 

New York. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
W. H. Colston. 

Mrs. M. Morrison. 

T. Pastor, New York. 

E. G. B. Holder. 

Heirs of L. M. Gottschalk. 

Do. 
Do. 

J. M. Abbot. 
Couch & Holden, 

Allegheny, Pa. 
Hitchcock & McCargo Com- 
pany (L't'd), New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 
William David Holmes. 

Do. 

S. Turney, 

Atlantic City, N. J. 
Bollman Bros. Music Co. , 

St. Louis. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Echoes of the Mississippi Schottische, for band. Ar- 
ranged by G. Ringleben. 

I. O. O. F. March, for band. By E. J. Evans 

The Grumblers Polka, for band. By J. Ringleben 

Town Talk Schottische, for piano. By Joseph Thorne .. 

Gems of Indigo. Opera by Johann Strauss 

Modesty, for piano. By Henry Meyer 

The Saenger-Dance Schottische or Clog, for piano. By 

Alden B. Frost. 
The Palace of Light. Words by W. E. Gray ; music by 

Alfred A. Batkin. 
Plantation Chimes, for piano. By H. A. Hall 

But I Love Thee ! In F. Words by Bayard Taylor ; 

music by James M. North. 
But I Love Thee ! In G. Words by Bayard Taylor ; 

music by James M. North. 
I Arise From Dreams of Thee. Words by Shelley ; 

music by James M. North. 
Ding Dong Bell. Quartette for ladies' voices. By J. M. 

North. 
Hope On Forever. Words by Victor Hugo ; music by 

Emile Karst. 

On the Sea Shore. Song. By F. H. B 

April Flowers, for piano. By G. Bachman 

Happy Hours. Song by Selma Krausse 

I'm Dreaming of Thee ! Words by Cora E. Eager ; music 

by Emile Karst. 
On the Lake By Moonlight, for piano. By Charles 

Drumbeller. 
Once. Words by Mrs. H. Webster ; music by Arthur 

,Hervey. 
Un Caprice, for piano. By Fr. Thome. Selected and 

fingered by B. L. Whelpley. 
The Goldfinch. English version by Mrs. J. P. Morgan ; 

music by Wilhelm Berger. 
Solace. English version by Mrs. J. P. Morgan ; music 

by L. Lewandowski. 



J. Schott, 



New York. 



Do. 

Do. 
Joseph Thorne, 

Newark, N. J. 
Rudolph Aronson, 

New York. 
Henry Meyer. 
Alden B. Frost. 

Alfred A. Batkin. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James M. North. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Bollman Bros. Music Co. , 
St Louis, Mo. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Pacific Music Company, 

San Francisco. 
Miles & Thompson, Boston. 

Edward Schuberth & Co. , 
New York. 
Do. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



A Pleasure Party. After Denneulin 

The Flight Before the Storm. After Paul Vayson 

The Flight of Lot. After Rubens 

Drive Home! After Beraud 

To Battery ! Etched by Kratke. After Detaille 

A Riverside Inn. After Kaemmerer 

Wild Flowers. After Marcus Stone 

Garden Flowers. After Marcus Stone 

The Broken Carriage. After Maurice Leloir 

Hunting. After Rossi 

Fishing. After Rossi 

Selling Flowers. After Victor Gilbert 

Madam Vigee Lebrun and Her Daughter. After herself. 



Boussod, Valadon & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. . 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



19 



ENGRAVINGS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Isle of Love. After Watteau Boussod, Valadon & Co. , 

New York. 

The Toilet. After Pater Do. 

Nymphs Bathing. After Fragonard Do. 

January. After Kaernmerer Do. 

February. After Kaernmerer Do. 

March. After Kaernmerer Do. 

April. Alter Kaernmerer Do. 

May. After Kaernmerer Do. 

June. After Kaernmerer Do. 

July. After Kaernmerer Do. 

August. After Kaernmerer Do. 

September. After Kaernmerer Do. 

October. After Kaernmerer Do. 

November. After Kaernmerer Do. 

December. After Kaernmerer Do. 

Our Father. After Chalon Do. 

Fording the Brook. After Bayard Do. 

The Knife-Grinder. After Delort Do. 

A Normandy Shrine (La Delivrande). Original etching. Do. 

By Camille Fonce. 

After the Ball. After Clairin Do. 

Alone at the Trysting Place. After Metzmacher Do. 

Married To-day. After Delort ... Do. 

After A Heavy Day. After M. Roy Do. 

The Grasshopper. Engraved by Lamotte. After Metz- , Do. 

macher. 

The Lord's Supper. After Tiepolo Do. 

Perseus Delivering Andromeda. After Coypel Do. 

Portrait of Ann of Cleves. After Hans Holbein Do. 

The Flock. Etched by Van Der Weele. Alter Mauve... Do. 

The Pilot Boat. Etched by H. Martin. After Weber... Do. 

Vessel in Distress off Yarmouth. Etched by Kratke. Do. 

After Turner. 
Staff Officer Reconnoitering. Etched by Courtry. After Do. 

Meissonier. 

"On to the Feast" W. K. Vickery, 

San Francisco. 

The Restless Sea ; Charles Tabor & Co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Phyllis. By V. Togetti ] Do. 

The Dancing Lesson. By V. Togetti Do. 

"Tenny." By Gean Smith | M. Knoedler & Co. , 

New York. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Gracie Emmett in Her Great Play, The Pulse of New 

York. 
Good Morning, Mama ; I Want My Mellins Food 

Japanese Quince 

"King" 

Golden Rod Sheaf, U. S. A 



Yank Newell, New York. 

Doliber-Goodale Company, 

Boston. 

Art Interchange Company, 

New York. 

Do. 

H. S. Kerr, Philadelphia. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS, 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Hidar! Hole Tight, Snow Drop., 

Golly! IJes' Can't Hole Dat Nigger 

A Sad Predicament 

Little Wanderers 

View of South Front of the Lincoln Log Cabin 

The Lincoln Log Cabin and Group No. 1. Views A and B. 
The Lincoln Log Cabin and Group No. 2. Views A, B, 
and C. 

Portrait of Thomas Lincoln 

Mrs. Nancy Britt Kennedy 

Eipe Fruit 

Florida Pineapples 

Wm. D. Hall as Eoger Van Buren in "A Gentleman of 

Letters. " (8 views, 10 by 12. ) 
Wm. D. Hall as Koger Van Buren in "A Gentleman of 

Letters." (12 views, cabinet size.) 
The Forgotten Dream 

Veni 

Vidi 

Vici 



Littleton View Company, 

Littleton, N. H. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Lincoln Log Cabin Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Union Medicine Company, 
Augusta, Me. 
H. A. Abercromby, 

Orlando, Fla. 
Do. 
Gilbert & Bacon, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

F. S. W. Deyo, 

Waterloo, Iowa. 
North Dowling, 

West Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. o. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON. 



UNDER 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



FROM 



August 31 to September 5, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has 
been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division oj Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Land We Live In. By W. J. Chase Miss A. C. Chase, Chicago. 

The Bard and Sea. By "Lewoh" George Howell, 

Washington, D. C. 
Prescriptions and How to Use Them. Vols. I. II, and Henckel & Perkins, 

III. By George Henckel and O. J. Perkins. Chicago. 

Lawyers' Reports Annotated. Book XL Edited by The Lawyers' Cooperative 
Robert Desty. Pub. Co. , Rochester, N. Y. 

The Scapegoat. By Hall Caine United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 

The Price He Paid. By E. Werner Street & Smith, New York. 

The Church Hymnary. By Edwin A. Bedell Chas. E. Merrill & Com- 
pany, New York. 

Advance Sheets, Illinois Reports. Vol. 135, No. 2 Norman L. Freeman, 

Springfield, 111. 
Form and Color in Nature. By William Potts (Evolution The Brooklyn Ethical Asso- 
Series No. 9). ciation, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Optics as Related to Evolution. By L. A. W. Alleman Do. 

(Evolution Series No. 10). 

Insurgents Win. Valparaiso. August 28, 1891 The Press Publishing Co., 

N. Y. World, New York. 

England and the French. London, August 29, 1891 New York Times, 

New York. 

By German Tactics. Valparaiso, August HO, 1891 Press Publishing Co., New 

York World, New York. 

Commercial and Architectural St. Louis D. G. Jones, St. Louis. 

Munera Pulveris. By John Ruskin Charles E. Merrill & Com- 
pany, New York. 

"The Wandering Jew." By Jno. L. Makeever Jno. L. Makeever, 

Osceola, Nebr. 

Carlisle's Railroad Claim Book A. Carlisle & Company, 

San Francisco. 
The Secrets of a Roving Life Revealed. By Lemuel 
Bates. 

Excelsior Sacred Folio National Music Company, 

Chicago. 
Portland, Its Business Men. By Geo. F. Bacon Glenwood Publishing Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
The Practical Household Physician. By Henry Harts- Jno. C. Winston & Com- 
horne. pany, Philadelphia. 
The World and Its People. Book IV. Our American Silver, Burdett & Company, 
Neighbors. By Fanny E. Coe. Boston. 
The Cecilian Series of Study and Song. Book IV. By Do. 

Jno. W. Tufts. 
The "T. K." Quartette Book. Edited by Lee G. Kratz.. Max Meyer & Brother Com- 
pany, Omaha, Nebr. 
Masterpieces of American Literature Houghton, Mifflin & Com- 
pany, Boston. 
An American Girl. Chapters I-III. By Charlotte May Norman L. Munro, 

Kingsley. New York. 

Structure of Textile Fibers. XXII. By George Damon George Damon Rice, jr., 

Rice, jr. Boston. 

Acquitted. Chapters VII-IX. Translated by A. C. William Cauldwell, 

Townsend. New York. 

A Winter at Nice. Chapter XIII. Translated by Hettie A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 

E. Miller. "| Company, Chicago. 

(3) 



Lemuel Bates, 

Eureka Springs, Ark. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



The Exile. Chapter VIII. By Forrest Crissey 

Unity and Fraternity. By H. W. Ayer 

Yorkie Wier. Chapter X. By L. C. Rogers 

Select Essays of Macaulay. Edited by Samuel Tkurber. 
The James Leffel Water Wheel , 

Word and Sentence Book 

Bars and Thresholds. By Emma Miner.. , 

The Interstate Commerce Law. By John T. Wentworth. 

Offices of Worship and Hymns. Third Edition, Revised 
and Enlarged. 



The Gospel of John. By Wm. R. Harper and George S. 

Goodspeed. 
The Crowned Heads of Europe in Family Groups. By 

S. E. Linton. 

The Boys' Star Library. No. 221 

New York Detective Library. No. 458 

Five Cent Wide Awake Library. No. 1066 

Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 410 



Gladys Greye. By Bertha M. Clay 

Yesterday in London. London, August 29, 1891. 



To Head Off Balmaceda. Valparaiso, August 31, 1891... 
Special Kabeldepeschen. August 30 to September 5, 1891 .. 



The Flower Calendar 

Nature Study for the Common Schools. By Wilbur S. 

Jackman. 
" Pins and Cords. " By M. E. Kenney 



A Practical Work-Shop Companion for Tin, Sheet-Iron 
and Copper-Plate Workers. By Leroy J. Blinn. 

Artistic Finishing upon Gelatine Bromide Paper. By 
G. Hanmer Croughton. 

Tangled Threads. By Mildred Scarborough 



Some of God's Promises. Arranged by Susie S. Hubbell. 
The Bachelor's Baby. By Coyne Fletcher 



Stand by the Union. By Oliver Optic . 
Pocket Letter Book 



Bessie Gray and Our Stepmother. By Martha Perry 

Lowe. 
^Leonora Mitchell's Fate. London, August 29, 1891 



Early Fall on the Farm. By D. D. T. Moore 



Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 
Reform Press News Associa- 
tion, New York. 
L. C. Rogers, 

Capioma, Kans. 
Samuel Thurber, Boston. 
The James Leffel & Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. 
Charles E. Merrill & Co., 

New York. 
Emma Miner, 

Clinton, Mass. 
John T. Wentworth, 

Racine, Wis. 
The Board of Elders of the 
Northern Diocese of the 
Church of the United 
Brethren in the United 
States of America, 

Bethlehem, Pa. 
The Students' Publishing 
Co. , Hartford, Conn. 

S. E. Linton, 

Georgetown, D. C. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Press Publishing Company, 

N. Y. World, New York. 

Do. 

N. Y. Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
Wilbur S. Jackman, 

Coal Center, Pa. 
American Baptist Publish- 
ing Society, Philadelphia. 
Henry Carey Baird & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
G. Hanmer Croughton, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
American Baptist Publish- 
ing Society, Philadelphia. 
United Society of Christian 
Endeavor, Boston. 

Coyne Fletcher, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
Joseph D. Bartley, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 
Martha P. Lowe, 

Somerville, Mass. 

The Sun Printing and Pub. 

Ass'n, New York. 

D. D. T. Moore, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Agricultural Items. By Bill Nye 

A Capital War Record. By George L. Kilmer. 

It Was to Save Ireland. By George L. Kilmer. 
His Last was his Best. By George L. Kilmer.. 
Some Mountain Roses. By Fred. B Fassett.... 

A House for $1 , 000. By D. W. King 

A Tramp's Yarn. By Edw. S. Van Zile 



Proprietors. 



Col. Knox's Phonograph. By I. Armoy Knox 

Fashion' s Gay World. By Margaret Hamm 

The New York Reporter. By Curtis Kinglake 

The Pasteur Institute 

Reminiscences of Col. Corkhill. By Joseph Howard, jr.. 

Meerschaum. By Joe Kose 

Life and Death. By Felix Orton 

" Latest News From Europe. London, August 29, 1891.., , . 

-/ — New Shorthand Manual 

The Little Millers. By Effie W. Merriman 

Chatterbox, 1891. Edited by J. Erskine Clarke 

The Improved Game Avilude 



Progressive Logomachy 

The Brilliant ABC Picture Blocks 

The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines. By Mary 
Cowden Clarke. 5 vols. 

Newman & Levinson. Illustrated Catalogue and Price 
List. Tenth edition. 

Beadle's Half Dime Library. No. 735 , 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 670 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 22 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 398 

Organic Chemistry. By Victor Von Richter. Trans- 
lated by Edgar F. Smith. Second American edition. 

The Steel Necklace. By Fortune Du Boisgobey 

Romance of a Poor Young Man. By Octave Feuillet 

Kentucky State Gazeteer and Business Directory. 
1891-92. Vol. IV. 

Experiments in Physical Measurement. Parts I, II, and 
III. By Harold Whiting. 

Outline in Systematic Theology. By E. H. Johnson 



The Practice of the Courts of Law in Civil Cases. By 

R. T. Barton. 
Lawyers' Reports. Annotated. Book XII, No. 3. By 

Robert Desty. 
The World's Food Production and Consumption. By 

G. Wood Davis. 
Napoleon Bonaparte. By Hugh. Craig 



A Modern Seven-Room House. By George W. Meyers. 



The Kitchen. By D. W. King 

A $2,500 House. By George W. Meyers 

A House which Saves Money. By D. W. King 

A Handsome House. By George W. Meyers 

Process for Preserving Eggs and Preventing and Curing 
Hog and Chicken Cholera. By D. L. Snediker. 



Edgar W. Nye, New York. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
The United Press, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
The Sun Printing and Pub. 
Ass'n, New York. 

Arthur J. Barnes, St. Louis. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
Estes & Lauriat, Boston. 
McLoughlin Bros., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
A. C. Armstrong & Son, 

New York. 
Newman & Levinson, 

San Francisco. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
R. L. Polk & Co., Detroit. 

Harold Whiting, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
American Baptist Pub. So- 
ciety, Philadelphia. 
R. T. Barton, 

Winchester, Va. 
Lawyers' Cooperative Pub. 

Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

G. Wood Davis, 

Goddard, Kans. 
Joseph L. Blamire, 

New York. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
D. L. Snediker, 

Emporia, Kans. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The New Harry and Lucy. 

Lucretia P. Hale. 
Rueda hidraulica de Pelton.. 



By Edward E. Hale and 



Ada Rehan's Success. Paris, August 31, 1891. 



Aix-Les-Bains' Visitors. Aix-Les-Bains, August 31 , 1891. 

Fair Commissioners. Brussels, August 31, 1891 

Herald Enterprise. Brussels, August 31, 1891 

Mme. Patti's Plans and Mme. Bernhardt's. Paris, 

August 29, 1841. 
Mrs. Maybrick May Go Free. London, August 29, 1891. 
A Cabinet Office to be Filled. London, August 29, 1891. 
Tom Ochiltree Gets Revenge. London, August 29, 1891.. 

Foreign Grain Markets. London, August 29, 1891 

By the Emperor's Beard. London, August 29, 1891 

Surprised the English. London, August 30, 1891 

A Brilliant Author- Actor. London, August 27, 1891 

Life at St. Moritz. St. Moritz, August 27, 1891 

Homburg's Gay Society. Homburg, August 27, 1891 

No Tower for Chicago. Paris, August 27, 1891 

A Welcome for Our Navy. Paris, August 27, 1891 

Mitchell Says He Will Fight Corbett. London, August 

27, 1891. 
Society at Aix-Les-Bains. Aix-Les-Bains, August 28, 1891 . 

Bits of London Gossip. London, August 28, 1891 

Our Copyright Act. Paris, August 30, 1891 , 

Not in the Sugar Trust. Paris, August 30, 1891 

Sally, the Chimpanzee. London, August 30, 1891 , 

Successful Commissioners. Brussels, August 30, 1891.. 

Society at Lucerne. Lucerne, August 30, 1891 , 

Various Coaching Routes. Paris, August 30, 1891 

Neal's Climax Statistical Card 



The Government Security Endowment Association. 

Kosher Calendar. 1892 

Old Towns of America. By John Gilmer Speed. . . . 



The Soldier and the Scholar. By David Swing 

New York Life Insurance Company. Insurance Bond 
with Guaranteed Income. 

Beautiful Madison 

Prisons of Air. By Moncure D. Conway 



Family Record 

New York Question Book. Supplement No. 1. By 
Charles R. Skinner. 

Annotated Election Laws of New York. By George R. 
Donnan. 

Pollard's Synthetic First Reader. By Rebecca S. Pol- 
lard. 

Diseases of Women. By Jno. M. Scudder 



Proprietors. 



Ohio Penitentiary Annex and Noted Convicts. By B. F. \ 

Dyer. 
Healings for Mind and Body. By Jane W. Yarnall ! 



Commonwealth Pub. Co., 

Boston. 
The Pelton Water Wheel 
Co. , San Francisco. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do, 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
T. C. Neal, 

N. Manchester, Ind. 
W. D. Mansfield, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

George G. Brown, New York. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

J. Samuel Rogers, 

Orchard Lake, Mich. 

New York Life Insurance 

Company, New York. 

A. H. Hanson, Chicago. 

The United States Book 

Company, New York. 

H. L. Meinhardt, Atlanta. 

Weed, Parsons & Company, 

Albany, N. Y. 

Do. 

Western Publishing House, 
Chicago. 
Jno. M. Scudder, 

Cincinnati. 
E. P. Boring, Columbus. 

Jane W. Yarnall, Chicago. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



A House for Paper Dolls 

Abstract of Title 

Pennsylvania County Court Reports. Vol. 9 

Missouri Reports. Vol. 102 

Texas Unreported Cases. Vol. 2. By J. W. Posey 

The Economics of Herbert Spencer. By W. C. Owen .... 



Fabian Essays in Socialism. American Edition. Edited 

by H. G. Wilshire. 
William Morris. Poet, Artist, Socialist. By Francis 

Watts Lee. 
The New Theology. By John Bascom 



Know Thyself. By Harry De Wallace 

Obstetrical Nursing. By Anna M. Fullerton. 



Parties and Patronage. By Lyon G. Tyler. 
Cross Roads. By Mary Halloway 



The Young Emperor of Germany. By Harold Frederic. 
Practical Lessons on Dressmaking 



The Housewife Club. September 3, 1891 

It is Paris's Sensation. Paris, September 2, 1891. 
The Recorder Bargain Directory 



The Unitarians. By Edward E. Hale . 
Mail Order Price List 



Program for Grading Country Schools 



Essentials of Anatomy and Dissection. By Charles B. 

Nancrete. 
Syllabus of Obstetrical Lectures. By Richard C. Norris.. 
Social Physiology. By Horatio R. Bigelow 



Dallas City Directory. 1891-'92 

Midshipman Paulding. By Molly E. Seawell. 



Massachusetts Reports. Vol. 152, Part IV. 
Hawaii. By Annie M. Prescott 



Little Folks, East and West. By Harriette R. Shattuck. 
Lessons on Common Minerals. By McLeod 



Mental Suggestion. By J. Ochoro wicz 

Our Clerk from Barkton. By Edw. A. Rand. 



Milton Bradley Company, 

Springfield. Mass. 
J. E. Wirick, 

Tuscumbia, Mo. 
T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
E. W. Stephens, 

Columbia, Mo. 
The Gilbert Book Co., 

St. Louis. 
The Humboldt Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

John Bascom, 

AVilliamstown, Mass. 
Harry De Wallace, St. Paul. 
Anna M. Fullerton, 

Philadelphia. 
Lyon G. Tyler, 

Williamsburg, Va. 

American Sunday School 

Union, Philadelphia. 

Harold Frederic, New York. 

A. McDowell &Co., 

New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Press Pub. Co., New York 
World, New York. 

] New York Recorder, 

New r York. 
Edward E. Hale, Boston. 
\ John M. Davies, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
A. E. Hodges, 

Hedrick, Iowa. 
; W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Horatio R. Bigelow, 

Philadelphia. 
Morrison & Fourmey, 

Galveston. 
D. Appleton&Co., 

New York. 
Little, Brown & Co. , Boston. 
Annie M. Prescott, 

San Francisco. 
Harriette R. Shattuck, 

Maiden, Mass. 
Teachers' Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Humboldt Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Thomas Whittaker, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Days and Dreams. By Madison Cawein 

Sunshine in Life. By Florence P. Lee 

The Practical Speller. L. L. Sprague 

English Composition. By Barrett Wendell 

Diseases of the Nasal Organs. By Whitfield Ward 

Marie Antoinette. Translated by Elizabeth G. Martin . . . 

In Old Quinnebassett. By Sophie May 

Short History of German Literature. By James K. 

Hosmer. 
The Law of Electricity. By Seymour D. Thompson 

Eosario, or The Female Monk. By Monk Lewis 

The Songs of Sappho. By James S. Easby-Smith 

Allowable Loads for Phoenix Columns.. 

The Cottolene Cook Book 

Christ's Second Coming. By Henry McKinney 

The Actor, or A Son of Thespis. By Milton Nobles 

The Acme Expense Book 

St. Julien Hotel. Bills of Fare 

Queen Isabella's Theatre, Day Franchise Ticket Con- 
tract. 
The Business Manual. By C. V. Moyer.. 

Three Christmas Eves. By Cornelia McFadden 

Numerical Signal System. Lake Ontario Edition 

The Eight Eoad. By Jno. W. Kramer 

Topical School Eoom Questions. By Josephine Simpson- 
Essentials of Practice of Medicine. By Henry Morris 

Syriac Method and Manual. By Eobert Dick Wilson 

Elements of Syriac Grammar. By Eobert Dick Wilson. . 
Judith Trachtenberg. Translated by L. P. and C. T. 

Lewis. 

Printed Post-Office Supplies 

Tarbell's Lessons in Language. Second Book. By H. S. 

Tarbell. 

Toilers of the Sea. By Victor Hugo 

Courage. By Euth Ogden 

Familiar Quotations. Ninth edition. By John Bartlett.. 

Progressive Lessons. Series I. By V. J. Comey 

The Great Murder Trial of Lindsey Gibson 



Pkopeietoes. 



Madison Cawein, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Florence P. Lee, 

Washington, D. C. 
E. J. Wolfe, Kingston, Pa. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Whitfield Ward, New York. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
James K. Hosmer, 

St. Louis. 
Seymour D. Thompson, 

St. Louis. 
Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

Georgetown University, 

Washington, D. C. 
Milliken Bros. , New York. 
N. K. Farrbank & Co., 

Chicago. 
Henry McKinney, 

Great Bend, Pa. 
Milton Nobles, 

Kansas City. 
H. E. Tucker, 

Fremont, Nebr. 
E. W. Underwood, 

Portland, Me. 
W T m. B. Felts, 

Eussell Springs, Kans. 
N. C. Hamilton, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Walden & Stowe, 

Cincinnati. 
James Pillow, 

Eochester, N. Y. 
Thomas Whittaker, 

New York. 
Teachers' Pub. Co. 

New York. 
W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
E. D.Wilson, iUlegkeny, Pa. 

Do. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Morrill Bros., Fulton, N. Y. 
Horace S. Tarbell, 

Providence, E. I. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
John Bartlett, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
V. J. Comey, Boston. 

Alma Book Publishing Com- 
pany, Alma, Ark; 



BOOKS — Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Secretary's Complete Record Book for Sunday Schools. 

Revised edition. 
Set Free. By Jennie M. and Ella A.. Drinkwater , 



The Impress of a Gentlewoman. By Fannie M. New- 
berry. 

Educational Society Cards 

The Nugget Library. No. 108 

Log Cabin Library. No. 128 

Nick Carter's Detective Library. 

Our Redeemer. Nos. 11 and 12. 
M. Kemp. 

The Pioneer Annuity Company, Constitution and By- 
Laws. 

Tennis at Homburg. Homburg, September 1, 1891 



Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.. 
Arranged by Francis 



Applaud Americans. Paris, September 1, 1891 

Departures for America. London, September 1, 1891 

Miss Lincoln's Wedding. London, September 2, 1891... 
A Homburg Dinner Party. Homburg, September 2, 1891. 

Mitchell to Corbett. London, September 2, 1891 

Royalty at Aix-Les-Bains. Aix-Les-Bains, September 

2, 1891. 

Daly's Company in Paris. Paris, September 2, 1891 

Among the Swiss. Axensten, Switzerland, September 

1, 1891. 

To Circle the Globe. Paris, September 1, 1891 

To the Hounds' Music. By M. E. W. Sherwood 



Routing the Red Coats. By Charles O. Stickney. 



Fight With a Boa. By J. H. Connelly 
Journalists on Journalism 



Col. Cockerill's Letter... 
Fashions for September. 
Neglected Lake George. 



By Ellen Osborn 

By Ellen S. Tupper. 



Overboard in a Typhoon. By Thomas Knox.. 
Tommy Atkins' Fun. By Ernest P. Neville.. 
What a Woman Sees. By Peggy Pendennis. .. 
Line Fence Law Suits. By Howard Fielding 
You Must Discriminate. By Owen Langdon.. 
Gay Carrie Careless. By Carrie Careless........ 

The Woman of Fashion 

Mining Machinery and Mine Supplies 



Acquitted. Chapter XIII. Translated by A. C. Town- 
send. 
An M. P.'s Wife a Pauper. London, September 3, 1891. 



The Countess Palatine. Nos. 84. 85, 86, and 87 

American Cranberry Growers' Association. Twenty- 
Second Annual Convention. 

Early Pioneers of the West. By P. J. Oneer 

Sheboygan, Sheboygan Falls, and Plymouth. August, 
1891. 

The Polar Planimeter. A manual. By Wm. Cox 



Cumberland Presby. Pub. 
House, Nashville, Tenn. 
Bradley & Woodruff, 

Boston. 
Do. 

A. A. Reed, jr., Los Angeles. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

A. Eichler, New York. 

B. S. Potter & I. N. Clarke, 

Bloomington, 111. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Wm. Cauldwell, New York. 

Press Publishing Company, 
N.Y. World, New York. 
A. Eichler, New York. 

A. J. Rider, Secretary. 

Wm. J. Gregg, Paris, 111. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Keuffel & Esser Company, 
New York. 



2 T E 



10 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Sporting Forecasts. August 31 to September 5 

Sixteen Sound Songs of the People. By Wilfrida and 

Henri Fairweather. 
Band Book No. 3 

Around the World on Foot. August 28, 1891 

Atlas of Chicago. Vol. 17 

The Popular Piano Collection. Vol. 2 

Application for a Building Loan Certificate 

Address to the Friends of Young People's Organization 

and Work in the Baptist Churches of America. 
Neueste Salvator Lieder i 

Custer's Last Battle. A poem , 

Pocket Souvenir and Programme of Fall Festivities, 
Fair, Exposition, etc., St. Louis. 

The Guarantee Investment Company of Nevada, Mo 

Certificate of Membership Railway Officials and Em- 
ployes' Accident Association. 

Emma's Christmas Present By Mrs. Ella J. Mahoney.. 

Order Contract, Hartman Sliding Blind Company 

Darkness and Daylight. (Circular) , 

Our Private Terms to Agents 

Order for "Darkness and Daylight" 

Weekly Report for the Book ' ' Darkness and Daylight ' ' . 



Sporting World Company, 

New York. 
W. and H. Fairweather, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
H. E. McMillin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Botzum & Kennedy, 

Akron, Ohio. 
Charles Rascher, manager, 

Chicago. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Southern Loan and Invest- 
ment Co. , Richmond, Va. 
Baptist Young People's 

Union of America. 
Indianapolis Brewing Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Mrs Mary Orton, Detroit. 
Souvenir Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 
J. G. Talbot, Nevada, Mo. 
W. K. Bellis, Indianapolis. 

Milton Bradley Company, 
Springfield, Mass. 
Jacob B. Hartman, 

Wooster, Ohio. 
A. D. Worthington & Co., 
Hartford, Conn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



PERIODICALS, 



Pocket Railway, Stage, and Steamship Guide. August, 
1891. 

The Yankee Blade. August 29, 1891 

The Review of Reviews. September, 1891..... 

The China Decorator. July, 1891 

The China Decorator. August, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. August 29, 1891 

St. Louis Life. August 2 7, 1891 

Medical Record. August 29, 1891 

The Arkansas Traveler. September 5, 1891 

The New York Nationalist. August 29, 1891 

The Sewing Machine News. September, 1891 , 

Tobacco. August 28, 1891 



The Pocket Guide Company, 
San Francisco 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 
The Review of Reviews, 

New York and London. 
The China Decorator Pub. 
Company, New York. 
Do. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Moore & Barth, St. Louis. 
Wm. Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Review Printing Company, 
Chicago. 
Hugh B. O'Reilly, 

New York. 
Charles W. Handy, 

New York. 

The T. H. Delano Pub. Co., 

New York. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Architecture and Building. August 29, 1891. 
The Ladies' Home Journal. September, 1891 



Texas Sittings. September 5, 1891 
Golden Hours. September 5, 1891 , 



The New York Family Story Paper. September 1 2, 1891.. 
The-School Journal. August 29, 1891 



Bradstreets. August 29, 1891 

The American Stock Keeper. August 29, 1891 

The Pathfinder Railway Guide. September, 1891 
American Digest, No. 55. July, 1891 



Atlantic Reporter. Vol . 22, No. 8 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 46, No. 11 

New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 7... 
Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 6... 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 5 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 18 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 18.. 
Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 16, No. 16. 
The Path. September, 1 89 1 



Voice of Masonry. September, 1891... 
Mackey's Guide. September 5, 1891... 
Albany Law Journal. August 29, 1891 



The Author. August 15, 1891 . ... 
Der Sendbote. September, 1891. 



Power and Transmission. August, 1891 

Proceedings Engineers' Club. April, 1891 

The Street Railway Journal. September, 1891. 
The Housekeeper. September 1, 1891 



The Youth's Companion. September 3, 1891 

School and Home. September 1, 1891 

National Car and Locomotive Builder. September, 1891. 



The American Contractor. August 29, 1891 

American Architect. August 29, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. August 31, 1891 
The Mail Coach. September 5, 1891 



The American Paper Trade. August 29, 1891. 
The Household Companion. September, 1891. 

The Rider and Driver. August 29, 1891 



The Engineering Record. August 29, 1891 

The People's Home Journal. September, 1891. 



W. T. Comstock, New York. 

Cyrus 11. K. Curtis, 

Philadelphia. 

Texas Sif'tiugs Pub. Co., 

New York and London. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
The Bradstreet Company, 

New York, 
American Stock Keeper 
Pub. Co., Boston. 

New England Railway Pub. 
Co., Boston. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
William Q. Judge, 

New York. 
Jno. W. Brown, Chicago. 
Joseph Mackey, New York. 
Weed, Parsons & Co., 

Albany. 
William H. Hills, Boston. 
Franciscan Fathers, 

Cincinnati. 
Power and Transmission 
Co., Mishawaka, Ind. 
Engineers' Club, 

Philadelphia. 
Street Railway Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Buckeye Pub. Co. , 

Minneapolis. 
Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 
Wm. L. Thomas, St. Louis. 
R. M. Van Arsdale, 

New York. 
B. Edwards & Co. , Chicago. 
Ticknor&Co., Boston. 

F. T. Low, New York. 
The Mail Coach Co., 

New York. 

Andrew Geyer, New York. 

Household Companion Pub. 

Co., Boston. 

The Rider and Driver, 

New York. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
F. M. Lupton, New York. 



12 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Banner Weekly. No. 461 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. August 29, 

1891. 
Frank Leslie's Budget. October, 1891 

The Illustrated American. September 5, 1891 

The California Architect. August 20, 1891 

The Locomotive Engineer. September, 1891 

Carpentry and Building. September, 1 891 

Life. September 3, 1891 

The Stenographer. September, 1891 

Album Des Modes. September, 1891 

La Mode de Paris. September, 1891 

La Mode. September, 1891 

La Mode. October, 1891 

Travelers' Official Railway Guide. September, 1891 

New England Magazine. September, 1891 

The Manufacturer and Builder. August, 1891 

The International Chess Magazine. June, 1891 

American Agriculturist. September, 1891 

Judge's Library. September, 1891 

Judge. September, 1891 

Harper's Young People. September 1,1891 

The New York Ledger. September 5, 1891 

Electrical Review. September 5, 1891 

The Golden Weekly. September 17, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. September 5, 

1891. 
Nachrichten aus Deutschland und Amerika, September 

2, 1891. 
The Great Divide. September, 1891 

Merck's Bulletin. August, 1891 

The Newsbook. August 29, 1891 

The Central Law Journal. August 28, 1891 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. August 31-September 

5, 1891. 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. September 5, 1891. 

American Advertiser. September, 1891 

The Illustrated Police News. September 5, 1891 

Eclectic Medical Journal. September, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Wm. B. Dana &Co., 

New York. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 

Illustrated American Pub. 

Co. , New York. 

California Architectural 

Pub. Co. , San Francisco. 

Hy. B. Miller & L. B. Moore, 

New York. 

David Williams, New York. 

Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
The Stenographer Pub. Co. , 
Philadelphia. 
A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
National Railway Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
New England Magazine Cor- 
poration, Boston. 
Henri Gerard, New York. 
W. Steinitz, New York. 
The Orange Judd Company, 
New York. 
The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Germania Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Great Divide Publish- 
ing Company, Denver. 
E. Merck, New York. 
Lambert Willstaedt, 

Joplin, Mo. 
The Central Law Journal 
Company, St. Louis. 

P. J. J. O'Connor, 

St. Louis. 

Do. 

John K. Allen, Chicago. 

Police News Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Jno. M. Scudder, 



Cincinnati. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Menorah Monthly. September, 1891 

Journal of Military Service Institution. September, 1 891 

Quarterly Register of Current History. August, 1891.... 

The Electrical Engineer. September 2, 1891 

Transactions of American Society of Civil Engineers. 

June, 1891. 
Puck. September 2, 1891 

The Sunday School Times. September 5, 1891 

The Sportsman and Tourist. June, July, and August, 

1891. 
Kate Field's Washington. September 2, 1891 

New York Clipper. September 5, 1891 

The Sporting Goods Dealer. August, 1 891 

L'Art de la Mode. October, 1891 

The Poultry Monthly. September, 1891 

The Christian Herald. September 2, 1 891 

American Veterinary Review. September, 1891 

The People's Railway Guide. August 29, 1891 

Time, Official Railroad Guide. August 29, 1891 

The National Stenographer. August, 1891 

Ice and Refrigeration. . September, 1891 

Table Talk. September, 1891 

Ingalls' Home and Art Magazine. September, 1891 

Pleasant Hours. October, 1891 

The Story Teller. September, 1891 

Babyland. September, 1891 

Wide Awake. September, 1891 

The Pansy. September, 1891 

Our Little Men and Women. September, 1891 

Magazine of Christian Literature. September, 1891 

Biles' Whisky Price List. September 1,1891 

The Home Music Journal. September, 1891 

The Folio." September, 1891 

The Electrical World. September 5, 1891 

The Rural New Yorker. September 5, 1891 

Forest and Stream. September 3, 1891 

The Jewelers' Circular. September 2, 1891 

The Illustrated Christian Weekly. September 5, 1891 .. 



Proprietors. 



Benj. F. Peixotto, 

New York. 
Military Service Institution, 

New York. 
Evening News Association, 
Detroit. 
The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
American Society of Civil 
Engineers, New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Jno. D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
Jamaica Pub. Co. , Boston. 

Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 

The Frank Queen Pub. Co. , 
New York. 

The Bobbins and Palmer 
Company, New York. 

W. J. Morse, New York. 

The Ferris Publishing Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 

Louis Klopsch, New York. 

A. Liautard, New York. 

C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
Time Pub. Co., St. Louis. 
Isaac S. Dement, Chicago. 
H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 
Table Talk Pub. Co., 

Philadelphia. 
J. T. Ingalls, Lynn, Mass. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 

D. Lothrop Co., 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Christian 

Company, 
J. W. Biles & Company, 

Cincinnati. 
Home Music Company, 

Logansport, Ind. 
White-Smith Music Pub. 
Company, Boston. 

The W.J. Johnston Co., 

New York. 
Rural Pub. Co. , New York. 
Forest and Stream Pub. Co. , 
New York. 
Jewelers' Circular Pub. Co., 
New York. 
Ernest Young, jr., 

New York. 



Boston. 



Literature 
New York. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Jewelers' Weekly. September 2, 1891 

Cordage Trade Journal. September 1, 1891 

Harper's Weekly. September 5, 1891 

American Machinist. September 3, 1891 

The Journal of Railroad Car Heating, etc. August, 1891. 
The Progressive Times. September, 1891 .'... 

Current Science. October, 1891 , 

Christian Science. September, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. August 29, 1891 

Album Des Modes. October, 1891 

La Couturiere. October, 1881 

La Mode de Paris. October, 1891 

The Home Magazine. September, 1891 

New Yorker Dressmaker. September 1, 1891 , 

Scientific American. September 5, 1891 , 

Scientific American Supplement. September 5, 1 891 

The Argosy. September 12,1891 

The Students' Journal. September, 1891 , 

The American Field. September 3, 1 891 

Rough Notes. September, 1891 . 

The Housewife. September, 1891 

Harper's Bazar. September 19, 1891 

Fanciers' Journal. September 5, 1891 

The Epoch. September 4, 1891 . 

The School Journal. September 5, 1891.. 

The Sporting Life. September 5, 1891 

The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. September 

5, 1891. 
American Exchange and Review. September, 1891 

Insurance Monitor. September, 1891 

The Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary 
Archives. September, 1891. 

The Carriage Monthly. September, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. September 5, 1891 , 

Goldthwaite's Geographical Magazine. September, 1 891 . 

Banking Law Journal. September 1, 1891 , 



Proprietors. 



Jewelers' Weekly Pub. Co. , 
New York. 
Chas. H. Delano, New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
American Machinist Pub. 
Company, New York. 
Frank Mellersh, New York. 
The Progressive Benefit 
Order, Boston. 

Joseph H. Adams, 

New York. 

Christian Science Pub. Co., 

Chicago. 

The Westminster Pub. Co., 

Philadelphia. 

A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Brodix Pub. Company, 

Washington, D. C. 
A. Tessmer, New York. 

Munn & Co., New York. 

Do. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
Andrew J. Graham, 

New York. 
American Field Pub. Co. , 

Chicago. 
Rough Notes Company, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Housewife Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
The Epoch Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
E. L. Kellogg & Company, 
New York. 
Sporting Life Publishing 
Company, Philadelphia. 
L. K. Strouse & Company, 
New York. 
Review Publishing & Print- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia. 
C. C. Hine, New York. 
W. A. Conklin & B. S. 
Huidekoper, New York. 
Ware Bros. , Philadelphia. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Wm. M. & J. C. Goldth- 
waite, New York. 
Thos. B. Paton, New York. 



15 



PERIODICALS— Contin i id. 



Titles. 



Ave Maria. September 5, 1891 

Good News. September 19, 1891 

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. September 1 9, 1 891 

The Boys of New York. September 19, 1891 

National Police Gazette. September 12, 1891 

The Farm-Poultry Monthly. September, 1891 

The Farm Implement News. September, 1891 

The Western Electrician. September 5, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. September 3, 1891 , 

The Stationer and Printer. September 1, 1891 , 

The Yankee Blade. September 5, 1891 



Proprietors. 



D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
J. S. Johnson & Company, 
Boston. 
Farm Implement News 
Company, Chicago. 

Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 
J. Sawtelle Ford, Chicago. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 



MAPS. 



Alexandria, Va. July, 1891 Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 



Davenport, Wash. July, 1891... 

Cheney, Wash. July, 1891 

Charlottesville, Va. July, 1891. 

Belton, Tex. July, 1891 

Cuba, N. Y. July, 1891 

Newton, Kans. July, 1891 

Midway, Ky. July, 1891 

Shelby ville; Tenn. July, 1891.. 
City of Amsterdam, N. Y. 



Salem, Va. 1891.. 



Massachusetts. 1891. 



Sewer Map of Canton, Ohio. 1890. 
Deadwood, S. Dak. July, 1891 



Albia, Iowa. July, 1891 

Frederica, Del. July, 1891.. 
Paulsboro, N. J. July, 1891. 
Bedford City, Va. 1 891 



Roanoke, Va. 1891 

Llovd's Baltimore Elevated Building Map. 

Lloyd, 1891. 
Bird's- Eye View of the Puget Sound Country 



By J. T. 



Milford, Del. July, 1891 



Afton, N. Y. July, 1891 

Duquesne, Pa. August, 1891.. 
Wallula, Wash. August, 1891. 



pany, 
Do. 



New York. 



Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Young Men's Christian As- 
soc'n, Amsterdam, N. Y. 
G. William Baist, 

Philadelphia. 
Eastern Educational Bu- 
reau, Boston. 
The Matthews-North r up 
Company, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
American Publishing Com- 
pany, Milwaukee. 
Do. 
E. Lloyd, Baltimore. 

Charles H. Baker & Co., 

Seattle, Wash. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



16 
CHARTS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Practical Dress and Garment Cutter. Agnes McKay. 

Table Showing Velocity in and Capacity of Vitrified 

Pipe Sewers. 
Happy Homes 



Ocean Track Chart. 



Tables Showing Diameter, Weight, etc. , of Hard-Drawn 

Copper Trolley Wire. 
Tables Giving Weight per Mile of Hard-Drawn Copper 

Trolley Wire. 



Mrs. Agnes McKay, 

St. Louis. 
Joseph B. Eider, 

Port Chester, N. Y. 
A. W. Mc Arthur, 

San Francisco. 
E. E. E. Cowell, 

Ypsilanti, Mich. 
Bridgeport Brass Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
Do. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Summernight. Male quintette. By C. Jos. Bramba*ch, 

Forget Me Not. Male quartette. By Josef Eheinberger 
Hymn to Song. Male quartette. By F. Hegar. Op. 20 

Memory. Male quartette. By E. Mandyczewski 

I Know Not. Male quartette. By A. M. Storch 

Hymn to the Almighty. Male quartette. By Schubert 

Weinzierl. 

Serenade. Male quartette. By A. Dregert. Op. 89 

Spring Song. Male quartette. By E. S. Englesberg 

Awake, My Love. Male quartette. By W. Gericke 

Eed Lips Kissed Me. Male quartette. By Alfred Dre 

gert. Op. 99, No. 1. 
Heart That Love. Male quartette. By Ed. Kremser.... 
A Drinking Chorus. Male quartette. By Ed. Kremser. . 
Mazurka, for piano. By Henry Nast 

The Deep Blue Sea Polka, for piano. By M. Brewer 

and E. I. Eoe. 
De Profundis (Psalm 130). Music by C. Hubert H. Parry 

Praise to the Holiest. Words by Cardinal Newman ; 

music by Henry J. Edwards. 
A Song of Judgment. Words selected by J. P. Met 

calfe ; music by C. H. Lloyd. 
One Word of Kindness. Words and music by Barney 

Fagan. 
You Had Better Stay at Home, Lad. Words and music 

by Charles Graham. 
The Train was Saved. Words and music by Charles 

Graham. 
Don't Speak the Sad Good-Bye. Words and music by 

J. P. Skelly. 
Forest Birds' Polka, for piano. By L. A. Bettendorf..... 

The Hallet & Davis Grand March, for piano. By Fer 

nando de Anguera. 
Cock Eobbin, a Child's Operetta. Libretto by M. C 

Gillington ; music by F. Pascal. 
Lilley Schottische, for guitar. By D. Mansfield 



Mendelssohn Glee Club, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Denver Music Publishing 
Company, Denver, Colo. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New Y'ork. 

Novello, Ewer & Company, 

New York. 



Do. 

Do. 
M. Witmark 

Do. 

Do. 
I. Prager, 



Sons, 
New York. 



New York. 



C. J. Whitney & Company, 

Detroit. 
Do. 

Joseph Williams, 

London, England. 

D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Dcr Blinden Licht. Words by H. G. Jackson ; music by 

W. A. Ogden. 
Jugendtraurn. Words by A. M. Hootman ; music by W 

S. Nickle. 
Odd Fellow's Installation March, for piano. By Charles 

Wendler. 
The Grenadiers' Grand Polka March, for piano. By 

Theo. Bonheur. 
The Picture With its Face Turned to the Wall. Words 

and music by J. P. Skelly. 

Ben Hur Quickstep, for band. By J. C. Querrie 

Mtna Waltz, for band. By L. L. Coffin 

Crush Not the Fond Heart. Words by Jas. F. Bean ; 

music by Arthur S. Josselyn. 
Johnny Doolan's Cat. Words and music by John Cooke., 
Clover Overture, for banjo orchestra. By D. Mansfield.., 
Sacred Dialogue, from the XVI Century, with organ ac- 
companiment. By Albert Becker. 
The Faded Violet. Song by Adolph Maier 



If That May Be. Song by Frank van der Stucken. 



Marques Overture, for banjo orchestra. By D. Mansfield. 
Katie. Words and music by Barney Fagan , 



Mistakes are Apt to Happen in the Best Families. Words 

and music by Jas. McAvoy. 

Elmore Polka, for piano. By Morris Phillips 

When the Sun Has Set. Words and music by Chas. K. 
Harris. 

The Miner. Song by Charles Graham 

A Letter to His Dad. Words by Wm. Collier ; music by 

Isador Witmark. 
Maiden Beauty. Swabian Song. Male quartette. By 

J. Lamberg. 
Drinking Song. Male quartette. By J. Leites. Op. 26, 

No. 2. 
Eovers. Male quartette. By Anton Schamann. Op. 22. 

A Chase. Male quartette. By F. Mair. Op. 69 

Parting. Male quartette. By H. Jungst. Op 26, No. 1. 
As the Nightingale Sips Dew. Male quartette. By S. 

Jadassohn. Op. 78, No. 3. 
Let Poses' Fragrance Thee Content. Male quartette. By 

S. Jadassohn. Op. 78, No. 4. 
Harps of the Forest. Male quartette. By Edwin Schultz. 

Op. 131. 
An Autumn Song. Male quartette. By Jos. Rhein- 

berger. Op. 144, No. 3. 
Bright the Sun in Heaven is Standing. Male quartette. 

By Edward Kremser. 
Hymn. Male quartette. By Josef Rheinberger. Op. 160.. 
The Dew Drops Fall. Male quartette. By Th. Krause. 

Op. 18. 
Evening. Male quartette. By Rheinhold Becker. Op. 

55, No. 1. 
Hark How the Brooks are Flowing. Male quartette. 

By Edward Kremser. 
Hope. Male quartette. By Rob. Schwalm. Op. 69 



Proprietors. 

Meyer & Brother, Chicago. 

Do. 

Charles Wendler, 

Alliance, Ohio. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 

BrophyBros., Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Bean & Josselyn, 

Providence, R. I. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 
Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 
The Belcher Grau Music 
Company, Cincinnati. 
Edward Schuberth & Co. , 

New York. 
D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 
M. Witmark & Son, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Mendelssohn Glee Club, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Defiance March. By C. L. Akeley. 



March from Verdi's Opera Aida. Arranged by D. W. 
Eeeves. 

March from Wagner's Opera Rienzi. Arranged by D. 
W. Reeves. 

"Mi'a Cara" Waltz. By Bucalossi ; B-flat cornet; ar- 
ranged by M. C. Meyrelles. 

Maybells Herald the Approach of Spring. By Eilen- 
berg ; B-flat cornet ; arranged by F. H. Greissenger. 

Tom Bowling Grand Fantasia. By J. Hartmann ; E-flat 
cornet ; arranged by Paul de Ville. 

Sadowa Grand Slow March, By H. Millars ; B-flat cor- 
net ; arranged by M . C. Meyrelles. 

The Front. By Rich. Eilenberg. Op. 63 

Titl Serenade Solo ; B-flat cornet ; arranged by M. C. 
Meyrelles. 

Sweet Content Waltz Quadrille. By R. Schlepegrell 

Erinnerung au Wein Polka Francaise. By Fr. Rath 

Athalie Polka. By Denis Granado 

In Old Madrid Waltz. By Josef Meissler 

Siegmund's Liebeslied from Die Walkiire. By Richard, 
Wagner ; arranged by Theo. Moses. 

Walther's Tramulied from Die Meistersinger von Niirn- 
burg. By R. Wagner ; arranged by Theo. Moses. 

Mandolinata Roman Serenade. By E. Paladilke 

Kathleen Aroon. By Fr. Abt ; B-flat cornet ; arranged 
by H. Prendeville. 

The Song that Haunts Me in My Dreams. By Pauline 
McCristall ; B-flat cornet ; arranged by H. Prendeville 

La Golondrina. Italian song. By Serradell ; B-flat cor- 
net part ; M. C. Meyrelles. 

Spanish Patrol. First violin. Theo. Moses Tobani. 
Op. 187. 

L' Invitation a la Valse. By C. M. v. Weber ; first 
violin ; arranged by Theo. Moses Tobani. 

Gross Wien. Tout Vienne Waltz. By Joh. Strauss. Op. 
440 ; first violin ; rearranged by Theo. Moses. 

Mazurka Frauenherz York. By Jos. Strauss ; B-flat 
cornet ; arranged by F. H. Greissinger. 

Jonathan March. By C. Millocker ; B-flat cornet ; ar- 
ranged by Carl Henry. 

This and That. Words by Nemo ; music by Henry 
Pontet. 

We Never Speak Her Name. Words and music by 
Julian Holmes. 

Love's Captivity. Words and music by Julian Jordan.. 

Cornet Solos With Band Accompaniment. Arranged by 
S. Mygrants. 

Midnight Polka, for band. By E. Waldteufel 

Coronation March, from the Folkunger. Arranged for 
band by Geo. Wiegand. 

Oh, Come You From the Battlefield. By Geo. F. Root .. 

Will You Come to Meet Me, Darling. Words by F. A. 
Baker ; music by George F. Root. 

Dream on, Lillie. Words by H. L. Frisbie ; music by 
George F. Root. 

Just Before the Battle, Mother. Song. By Geo. F. Root. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
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Do. 
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Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



Do. 

J. Schott, 

Do. 
Do. 

Geo. F. Root, 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



New York. 



Chicago. 



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M usi(!AL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Within the Round ol' the Enemy's Guns. Song. By Geo. F. Root 

George F. Root. 
Polka di Bravura, for piano. By Theodore Moelling. 



Chic 



Somnamhula. By Bellini. Arranged for piano, four 

hands, by Herman Auer. 

Spanish Dance. A piano duet. By Ernst Jonas 

Grandad's Tales of Glory. Words and music by ,1. W. 

Hall. 
Home, Sweet Home. Variations, Pretty Blue Bird, for j 

banjo. Arranged by H. F. Strebe. 

Berceuse, for piano. By P. de Vetski 

Canzonette Amorose, for piano. By P. de Vetski 

Kenetta Gavotte, for piano. By R. L. Venuto. Op. 20... | 



Aunt Dinah's Hymn. Song. 
Holy Bible ! Book Divine .... 



By N. K. Griggs. 



Let Us Sing of His Love. 



Ford 



Speak Just a Word for Jesus. S. V. R. 

Thine Forever! S. V.R.Ford 

The Pilgrim's Song. S. V. R. Ford 

The Battle Hymn of Temperance. S. V. R. Ford 

Children's Hosannas. S. V. R. Ford 

Morning Prayer. S. V. R. Ford 

Saviour, Lead Us. S. V. R. Ford 

The Cowboy. Song. By N. K. Griggs 

Shadowtown. Words by Lillian Rice ; music by N. K. 

Griggs. 
Tower of Fame March, for piano. By Innes 



May Pole Dance, piano, four hands. By Philipp Schar- 

wenka. Op. 75. Edited by J. O. von Prochazka \ 

Ases Death, from Peer-Gynt Suite. By Ed v. Greig. Op. 

46. Edited. by J. O. von Prochazka. Four hands, piano. 
Der Fichtenbaum (The Pine Tree). Words by H. Heine ; i 

music by Jul. E. Meyer. Edited by J. O. von Prochazka. 
The Romance of the Rosebuds. Words by Pearl Rivers : 

music by S. U. Cookinham. 
Gesang der Nonnen (Song of the Nuns). Words by Lud 

wig Uhland ; music by Adolf Jensen. Op. 10, No. 1. 
Brautlied (Bridal Song). Words by Lud wig Uhland ; | 

music by Adolf Jensen. Op. 10, No. 2. 
The Fancy Colored Ball. Words and music by Albert I 

H. Fitz. 
Prinzessin Edelweiss ''Princess Edelweiss). Fairy Can- I 

tata. Poem by Ida John; music by Albert Tottman. 

Op. 43. English version by Mrs. J. P. Morgan. 

Carrietta Waltz, for piano. By Wm. H. Rieger 

Amy Waltz, for piano. By Wm. H. Rieger I 

Mistletoe Waltz, for guitar. By Win. H. Rieger 

Staunton Grand March, for piano. By Charles J. Mac 

Henry. 
La Caravane (Oriental March). Mandolin and piano. ! 

By Georg Asch; arranged by Vincent Leon. 
The Puritans. By Bellini; arranged for two mandolins < 

by Vincent Leon. 
The Slumber of the Sea, for piano. By Emil Uller ' 



The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 

Do. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
Strebe Bros., New York. 

Wm. Morley, London, Eng. 

Do. 
Kansas City Piano Co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 
N. K. Griggs. 
Frank L. Armstrong, 

Philadelphia. 
William J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 
Hunt & Eaton, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
N.K. Griggs, Beatrice, Nebr. 

Do. 

James G. Bennett, 

New York. 
J. O. von Prochazka, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
R. C. Burton, Utica, N. Y. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 

Do. 

W. J. Dyer & Brother, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 



Wm. H. Rieger, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Manly B. Ramos & Co., 

Richmond, Va. 
Vincent Leon, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Happy Birds' Waltz, for piano. By Eduard Hoist 

The Chosen Flowers. Introduction and waltz for piano. 
By William Dressier. 

The Globe Lancers, for piano. By Wm. Bendix 

Far from Home (Four Styrian Waltzes). By J. Wie- 
gand (violin and piano). 

Last Hope. By L. M. Gottschalk. Transcribed for 
piano by Leon Keach. 

Comrades. By Felix McGlennon. Guitar accompani- 
ment arranged by E. Sylva. 

Retraite Espanola. Mandolin and guitar; arranged by 
L. Ricca. 

Waves of the Danube Valse. Mandolin and guitar; ar- 
ranged by L. Ricca. 

Slattery's Mounted Foot. Words by W. French; music 
by Fitz Gerald Penrose. 

Good-Bye, Sweetheart, Good-Bye. Voice and guitar. 
By W. L. Hayden. 

Juanita. By Mrs. Norton; arranged for guitar by F. 
Weiland. 

Carrie's Waltz, for piano. By E. Mack 

Dream Fancies. Words and music by A. M. Thatcher.. 

As Pants the Heart. Soprano solo and quartette. C. P. 
Morrison. 

Grand March. By Donizetti; arranged for two pianos, 
eight hands, by J. A. Fowler. 

Diversion Quadrille, for orchestra. By Theo. Bendix.... 

I Surrender ! Words by George Burnie; music by Wal- 
ter Slaughter. 

Flower o' the May. Words by F. E. Weatherly; music 
by Charles Willeby. 

In Thy Presence. Words by R. Findlater; music, by 
Edith Cooke. 

My Fate. Words by Clifton Bingham; music by F. 
Boscovita. 

1 ' Will o' the Wisp ' ' Polka, for 1 or 2 piccolos. By J. S. 
Cox. 

Oh, Beautiful Earth. English version by George Cooper; 
music by Ad. Neuendorff. 

Dangerous Pleasures. Valse Brillantes, for piano. By 
Wm. Creighton Ostrander. 

They All Came Back. Words and music by Lester Bar- 
rett. 

We Were Lads Together. Words and music by J. W. 
Hall. 

Don Giovanni Overture, for band. By Mozart... 

The Templars' Ballet, music for band. By H. Litolff.. . . 

Ave Maria. By A. Rotoli 

All For You. Song. By Jesse L. Gay nor 

'Tis Spring Time, in E fiat. Song. By Carl Bohm. 
Op. 322, No. 2. 

'Tis Spring Time, in G. Song. By Carl Bohm. Op. 
322, No. 2. 

Eyes ol Blue, in D flat. Song. 

Eyes of Blue, in B flat. Song. 

Entreaty, in F. Song. By C. 

Entreaty, in A flat. Song. 
No. 1. 



By C. Bohm. Op. 204. 

By C. Bohm. Op. 204. 
Bohm. Op. 318, No. 1.. 
By C. Bohm. Op. 318, 



Vincent Leon, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

J. A. Fowler. 

Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 
J. B. Cramer & Co. , 

London, England. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
J. H. Schroeder&Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
Do. 

Jean White, Boston. 

Do. 
H. B. Stevens Co. , Boston. 
Jesse L. Gaynor. 
H. B. Stevens Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



21 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— CoNTrNUED. 



Titles. 



The Denver Dance, for piano. By John Gernert. 



Terschak Cadet Waltz, for piano. By Wra. Guenther.... 

A Bunch of Wild Roses Waltz, for piano. By Adam 

Geibel. 
Lilies and Roses Waltz. By Ed. Hoist; arranged for 

orchestra by Carl Kerssen. 
Speak Not Unkindly to Your Mother. By Chas. T. 

P'rench; arranged for orchestra by Carl Kerssen. 

March "Ivanhoe." Band. By C. W. Gaston 

March " Zenobia." Band. By E. Christie 

March " State Fencibles. " Band. By Theo. Bendix.... 

Concert Polka ' ' Stella. ' ' Band. By Castaldini 

March " Dress Parade. " Band. By Stasny 

March ' ' Nugse Canorse. ' ' Band. By W. Lewis 

Persian March. Band. By Hertel 

Romanza. Trombone solo. By E. Kiesler 

Polka " Froufrou. " Band. By Collon 

Christine Waltz. Band. By C. W. Bennet 

March ' ' The Veteran. ' ' Band. By J. O. Casey 

March " The Matador. " Band. By Saro 

March ' ' Transatlantic. ' ' Band. By Ty rner 

Lovely Brown Eyes. Song and dance. By J. O. Casey. 

Carousal Polka. Band. By J. Lewis 

The Alarm Concert Galop. Band. By Komzak 

I Waited for the Lord. By Mendelssohn. Duet and 

chorus for band. 
The Thunderer Polka, for band. By J. S. Cox 



PROPRIETORS. 



H. L. Braun, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
H. R. Basler, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Do. 

Chas. T. French, New York. 

Do. 



Jean White, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
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Do. 
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Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



Boston. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



Portrait of Daniel Webster 

''Tournament." Race Horse 

Married for Money. By C. S. Reinhart 

Philadelphia Harbor 

Post-Office, Billings, Mont 

General and Staff. 1846 

Generals. 1864 

Captain and Trooper. 1861 

Privateer Schooner. 1813 

General Officers. 1835 

Letter of Marque. 1779 

General and Staff Officers. 1812 

Colonel and Private. 1782-1796 

Frigate. 1812 

Lieut. -General. 1886 

Continental General and Orderly. 1776 

Unarmored Cruiser. 1890 

Officers' French Contingent. 1780 

School of West Point. 1890 

Brig. -General, Aide-de-Camp, and Orderlies. 1776 



G. Kruell, 

East Orange, N. J. 
Boussod, Valadon & Co., 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
F. Gutekunst, 

Philadelphia. 
Thomas L. Barton, 

Springville, Pa. 
George Barrie, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

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Do. 

Do. 

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Do. 

Do. 



22 
GUTS. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Single Tulips (wood cut) 


The Dingee & Conard Co. , 
West Grove, Pa. 
Do. 


Double Tulips (wood cut) 


The True Bermuda Easter Lily (wood cut) 


Do. 


The First Flowers of Spring (wood cut) 


Do. 







DESIGNS. 



In Loving Remembrance of. Design "A' 

In Loving Remembrance of. Design U B 
In Loving Remembrance of. Design ' ' C 
In Loving Remembrance of. Design ' ' D 
Sacred to the Memory of 



Boston Memorial Company, 
Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
H. M. Crider, New York. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



G. A. R. National Puzzle. By James MacCormac 

Napoleon Bonaparte 

The Whistler 

American Fashions. September, 189 1 

A Little Milksop 

Merrick's Book-mark 



James MacCormac, Detroit. 
Joseph Blamine, New York. 
J. P. Knapp, New York. 
John J. Mitchell Company, 

New York. 
G. H. Buck & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Playing at Quoits 

A Race 'Twixt Goats and Kids 

Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush 

Queen of the May 

"NowILayMe" 

" Our Uncle Charlie " 

"What's on the Other Side?" 

Going to School 

Ring Around the Rosy 

Good Night 

Bedtime Gossip 

The Serenade 

Grape Vine Swing 

Sleeping in the Swing 

Here We Go— To and Fro 

We Sail the Ocean Blue 

Wash Day 

Daisy Days 

Carolling 

A Long Half Hour 

An Afternoon Tea '.: 



The Fellows' Photographic 
Company. Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



An Accidental Drowning 

The Young Shipbuilders 

Making Hay While the Sun Shines 

The Village Express 

Three Kids 

The Rising Stars- -" Defend Yourself" 

The Rising Stars— "Lay on MacDuff" 

The Rising Stars — "Thus Perish the Enemies of Rome' 

Fixing Like Mama 

"GanMaTell Tory" 

Monday 

The Moonlight Raid 

The Onconvenience of Single Life 

Frank C. Almy 

The Loggia, Ponce-de-Leon Hotel, Florida 

The Court, Ponce-de-Leon Hotel, Florida 

Pelican Island, Indian River, Florida 

A Pioneer Home in South Florida 

Century Plant Blossom, 30 feet high 

Please, Mister, Take Her, tin type 

The Duck Hunters, Canada 

Quail Shooting in the Stubble 

Elmira Prison Camp. By J. E. Larkin 

A Conventionalized Head of a Teuton of Ancient Ger 
many. 

Annie Rooney 

Cherries 

The Rose 

The Doctor 

The Nurse 

Sunrise on Mt. Washington, N. H. (three views) 

The Old Man of the Mountain, Franconia Notch, N. H. 



Peopeietoes. 



The Fellows' Photographic 
Company, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Geo. C. Thomas, 

Racine, Wis. 
Cook Ely, Oshkosh, Wis. 

Do. 

Do. 
H. H. H. Langill, 

Hanover, N. H. 
George Barker, 

Niagara Falls. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. E. Larkin, Elmira, N. Y. 
George P. Kate, Jersey City. 

Charles E. Bolles, Brooklyn. 
J. C. Ayer&Co., 

Lowell, Mass. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

C. P. Hibbard, 

Lisbon, N. H. 
Do. 



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FROM 



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WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division oj Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Merry Milkmaids. By Chas. H. Gabriel ... 
Vocal Album. Vol. I. American Elite edition 

Christ's Second Coming. By Henry McKinney. 

No Sunday in the Bible. By Henry McKinney. 
Wildwood Chimes. By Emma Withers 



A Man of Honor. By Octave Feuillet. 
Lost in Samoa. By E. S. Ellis 



The New Harry and Lucy. Chap. 13. By Edward E. 

Hale and Lucretia P. Hale. 
Latest News from Europe. London, September 5, 1891.. 



An Exploded Sensation. Paris, September 4, 1891 



The Week in London. London, September 5, 1891 

Special Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, September 6-12, 1891.. 

Structure of Textile Fibers. XXIII. By George Damon 

Rice, jr. 
Five Hundred Questions and Answers on Poultry-Raising. 

The Exile. Chap. VIII. By Forrest Crissey 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 23 

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 736 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 671 

Beadle's Pocket Librarv. No. 399 , 

The Boys' Star Library. No. 222 

New York Detective Library. No. 459 

Five-Cent Wide- Awake Library. No. 1 , 067 

A Winter at Nice. Chaps. XIV and XV. By E. Von 

Osten. 
Elementary English Grammar. Indiana State series 



The Heroine of '49. 



By Mary P. Sawtelle 

By Julia McNair 



The Temperance Second Reader 
Wright. 



To the Memory of Rt. Rev. Wm. F. Dickerson. 

Laws. 
The Way to Learn 



By W. J. 



Floral Emblem of the United States of America. By 
Mrs. Ele. 

Prospectus North American Finance Company 

Cecilian Series of Study and Song. By Jno. W. Tufts. . . 

Asbestos Materials. Descriptive Price-List. H. W. 
Johns Manufacturing Company. 

Tax-Payers' Guide. By J. N. Crabb 

The Roman Catholic Machine. By Thomas Rush 



Fillmore Bros., New York. 
Wm. A. Pond &Co., 

New York. 
Henry McKinney, 

Great Bend, Pa. 
Do. 
Emma Withers, 

Glenville, W. Va, 
Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

Cassell Publishing Co., 

New York. 
The Commonwealth Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
The Sun Printing and Pub- 
lishing Ass'n, New York. 
Press Publishing Company, 
N. Y. World, New York. 
Do. 
N. Y. Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 
George D. Rice, jr., Boston. 

J. W. Darrow, 

Chatham, N. Y. 
Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Company, Chicago. 

Josephus Collett, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Mary P. Sawtelle, 

San Francisco. 

The National Temperance 

Society and Publication 

House, New York. 

W. J. Laws, Keokuk, Iowa. 

Vacuum Oil Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Mrs. E. C. Aldrich Hall, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

E. N. Darrow, Minneapolis. 

Silver, Burdett&Co., 

Boston. 

H. W. Johns, New York. 

J. N. Crabb, Richmond, Ind. 
Thomas Rush, Boston. 



(3) 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Beginner's Greek Book. By John W. White 

Directory of Plymouth and Nanticoke. 1891-'93 

Essentials of German Accidence 

Anecdotes of Omaha. By M. B. Newton 

The Squirrel Inn. By Frank R. Stockton 

Baby World. By Mary Mapes Dodge 

Marjorie and Her Papa. By R. H; Fletcher 

The Land of the Lamas. By William W. Rockhill 

Reports of Appellate Courts of Illinois. Vol. 37. By 

Edwin B. Smith. 
Northeastern Reporter. Vol.27. Permanent edition.... 

The New York Supplement. Vol. 14. Permanent edition. 
Vermont Reports. Second edition. Book 15. Reprint 

of vols. 49-52. 
The Heirs of Bradley House. By Amanda M. Douglas.. 
The Highway Manual — Minnesota. By Walter S. Booth. 

Seventh edition. 
Doctor Huguet. By Ignatius Donnelly 

Outlines for the Study of Art. By Josephine L. Abbott.. 

Tests in Quantitative Chemical Analysis. By John H. 

Appleton. 
The Introduction of Surgical Anaesthesia. By Richard 

M. Hodges. 
History of the United States. By Jno. C. Ridpath 

Tad. By E. S. Ellis 

Keifer's Minute Book for Odd Fellows' Lodge 

A Fatal Past. By Dora Russell 

The White Company. By A. Con an Doyle 

Key to the Commercial Credit Company 

Two Ways of Paying Off a Mortgage of $1, 000 

The World's Fair Portfolio 

St. Michael' s Andachtsbuch 

The Medical Register for New England. By Francis H. 
Brown. 

Application of Algebra to Arithmetic. By Sylvanus 
Shimer. 

A History of Westborough, Mass. By H. P. De Forest 
and E. C. Bates. 

Lady Jane. By Mrs. C. V. Jamison 

Science Record for Common Schools. By Wilbur S. Jack- 
man. 

The Gregorian Calendar. By Alexander Hadlock 



Proprietors. 



John W. White, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
T. P. Robinson, 

Plymouth, Pa. 
E. Spanhoofd, 

Manchester, N. H. 
M. B. Newton, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Frank R. Stockton, 

Convent Station, N. J. 
The Century Company, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Callaghan & Co. , Chicago. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 

Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
Walter S. Booth, 

Minneapolis. 
Ignatius Donnelly, 

Nininger, Minn. 
Silver, Burdett&Co., 

Boston. 
John H. Appleton, 

Providence, R. I. 
Little, Brown & Co., 

Boston. 
Josephus Collett, 

Indianapolis. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Keifer, Richolson & Mc- 
Causland, Howard, Kans. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Geo. G. Schroeder, Chicago. 
H. P. Allen, 

New Haven, Conn. 

The Inland Architect Press 

Co. , Chicago. 

P. Bausch, Ilchester, Md. 

Francis H. Brown, Boston. 

Sylvanus Shimer, 

Kutztown, Pa. 
C. S. Henry, 

Westborough, Mass. 
The Century Co., New York. 
W. S. Jackman, Chicago. 

Alex. Hadlock, 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pbopbietobs. 



Practical Voice Culture. By B. C. Unseld and A. J. Sho- 

walter. 
Russia's War on the Jews. London, September 6, 1891.. 



George H. Jones & Co.'s Account Books 



Certificate of Identity 

Insurance Survey Reports. August, 1891. Second series. 

Mills' Annotated Statutes of Colorado. Vol. 2. By J. 
Warner Mills. 

The Gospel of Good Roads. By Isaac B. Potter 

Middletown and Portland Directory. 1891-92 



Anthony's Standard Business Directory, Guide, and Ref- 
erence "Book to Pittsfield, etc. 
The Sullivan Diamond Prospecting Core Drill 



Starnos Quotations from the Writings of Andrew Jack- 
son Davis. Edited by Delia E. Davis. 
Colloquial French Drill. Part II. By E. Aubrey 



There is No Death. By Florence Marryat 

Illustrated Price List. No. 75. Supplies for Royal and 

Select Masters. 
The Scarlet Tanager. By J. T. Trowbridge 



Darkness and Daylight. By Helen Campbell, et al 

The Law of Personal Property. By Joseph J. Darlington.. 
Individual Depositors. Ledger and Daily Balance Book.. 

Automatic Car Curtains 

Antiphonal Service. Arranged by James L. Hill 

A Treatise on Dyspepsia, Indigestion, etc. By Walter L. 
Day. 

Southern Minerals 

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. With 
Biographical Sketch. By Mary Cowden Clarke. In 
four vols. 

Death Could Not Part Them. Chapters II-III. By Edw. 
Stapleton, 

The Janitor's Boy. Chapters V-VI. By Wm. O. Stod- 
dard. 

An Essay on Finishing Woolen and Worsted Textiles. 
By George Damon Rice, jr. 

A Treatise on Woolen Textile Manufacture. By George 
Damon Rice, jr. 

Economics. The Satisfaction of Human Wants. By 
G. P. Osborne. 

The Economic Plants of Japan — VIII. By C. C. George- 
son. 

Popular Duets and Cornet Solos. No. 1 



The A. J. Sho waiter Co., 

Dal ton, G;i. 
The New York Times, 

New York. 
Geo. H. Jones & Co., 

Boston. 
A. L. Warner, St. Paul. 
Henry B. Dwight, 

New York. 
J. Warner Mills, Denver. 

I. B. Potter, New York. 
The Price & Lee Co., 

New Haven, Conn. 
The Anthony Pub. Co., 

Pittsfield, Mass. 
Diamond Prospecting Co., 

Chicago. 
Delia E. Davis, Boston. 

Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
United States Book Co. , 

New York. 
The E. A. Armstrong Co. , 

Detroit, Mich. 
J. T. Trowbridge, 

Arlington, Mass. 

A. D. Worthington & Co., 

Hartford, Conn. 
T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 
Philadelphia. 
H. S. Hyatt, 

Townsend, Mont. 
Hall Car Shade Co., 

Portland, Me. 
The Golden Rule Co., 

Boston. 
Walter L. Day, 

New York. 
W. W. Van Ness, Dal ton, Ga. 
Henry Altemus, 

Philadelphia. 

Edw. Stapleton, 

San Antonio, Tex. 
Wm. O. Stoddard. 

George Damon Rice, jr., 

Boston. 
Do. 

G. P. Osborne, 

Cincinnati. 
C. C. Georgeson, 

Manhattan, Kans. 

B. F. Banes &Co., 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Janitor's Boy. Chapter VIII. By Win. O. Stoddard. 
The Game of Match- Making 



Chan eery 

School and Playground. By Howard Pyle 

Lyrics of the Hudson. By Horatio N. Powers 

John Brownldw's Folks. By Willis B. Allen 

Wisdom of the Wise. By Caroline L. Hunt 

The Being of God as Unity and Trinity. By P. H. 

Steenstra. 
Syllabus. English Literature and History. By A. J. 

George. 

Selections from Wordsworth. By A. J. George ; 

Special Price List. Train Pipe Covering and Fittings.... 
Patent Channel Roofing Material 



The Great Improvement in Pooling 

Dorothy Doremus. By Mildred Scarborough. 



Saints and Sinners. By Henry Arthur Jones. 



-Eclectic Shorthand Lessons. By J. G. Cross 
Points of View. By Agnes Repplier 



The Housewife's Club. September 10, 1891 

Phillida. By Maud Howe 

Out at Twinnett's. By John Habberton 

The Mayerling Tragedy. Vienna, September 9, 1891 
Graves of Presidents. By Alfred Patek 



Death in Battle. By Frank Wilkeson 

The Story of One Meltz. By Bill Nye 

The Versatile Barber. By Fred. C. Dayton. 



Northwestern Guaranty Loan Company's Investment 

Bonds. Agents' Manual. 
Sporting Forecasts. September 7-12, inclusive 



Banjo Studies. By Grant Brower. Part 2. 



A Little New England Maid. By Kate Tannatt Woods. 

Chap. VII. 
Catalogue of Musical Merchandise. Edition "J," 

j 891 -'92. 
A Family Failing. By Hawley Smart 



Indianapolis Business University. Annual Catalogue. , . . 
The Dew of Thy Yonth. By J. R.Miller 



Index for Policy Holders. By David B. Cooper 
Descriptive Plant Analysis 



Peopeietoes. 



Baron Hirsch's Scheme. London, September 10, 1891. 



Wm. O. Stoddard. 
McLoughlin Bros., 

New York. 
Do. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 
Do. . 
Do. 
Do. 
P. H. Steenstra, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
A. J. George, 

Brookline, Mass. 
Do. 
H. W. Johns, New York. 
United States Roofing Co. , 

St. Louis. 

H. W. Johns, New York. 

The American Sunday School 

Union, Philadelphia. 

Henry Arthur Jones, 

London, England. 
S. C. Griggs & Co., Chicago. 
Agnes Repplier, 

Philadelphia. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
United States Book Co., 

New York. 
John A. Taylor & Co., 

New York. 

Press Pub. Co., N. Y. World, 

New York. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

Do. 

Edgar W. Nye, New York. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

C. E. Channell, 

Minneapolis. 
The Sporting World Co., 

. New York. 
Grant Brower, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Kate T. Woods, 

Salem, Mass. 
August Pollmann, 

New York. 
United States Book Co. , 

New York. 
Indianapolis Business Uni- 
versity, Indianapolis. 
Fleming H. RevellCo., 

Chicago. 

D. B. Cooper, Syracuse, N. Y. 

E. F. Bigelow, 

Portland, Conn. 
The New York Times, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Reminiscences. Memoirs of A. J. (Jack) Reed. By 

Himself. Chap's 14, 15. 
Leaves from an Artist's Field Book. By Wed worth 
Wadsworth. 

A First Family of Tasaj a \ a. By Bret Harte 

The Pettihone Manufacturing Company's Illustrated 

Catalogue. No. 115. 
The Roudehush Writing System 

The Ladies' Tailors' Instruction Book 

Treatise on Dress Cutting 

Engraved Visiting Cards 

H. W. Johns' Varnishes, Wood Filler, etc 

Home Songs for Little People 

Man an Open Book. By James S. Doolittle 

The Horned Cat. By J. Madame Cobban 

The Mischief of Monica. By L. B. Walford 

The Temple Opened. . By W. H. Gill 

Judith, the Daughter of Judas. By Margaret E. O'Brien 
Greek Prose Composition. By F. E. Woodruff. 

The Founding of the German Empire. By Heinrich 
Von Sybel. Vol. 4. Translated by Marshall L. Per- 
rin. 

New York State Reporter. Vol. 37. Edited by W. S. 
Gibbons. 

New and True. By Mary W. Staver 

Where Meadows Meet the Sea. Edited by Harrison S. 
Morris. 

Harmony of Ancient History and Chronology. By Mal- 
colm Macdonald. 

United States Duties on Imports. 1891. By Lewis 
Heyl. 33d edition. 

Spherical and Practical Astronomy. By Dascom Greene. 

Maj. J. M. Bundy's Death. Paris, September 6, 1891 .. 

Three Hundred Sentences for Practice in Use of Capi- 
tals and Punctuation. By Isaac R. King. 
Truth-Gleams. By J. O'B. Lowry 

The Witch Doctor's Dream Book 

College Chapel Sermons. By John W. Nevin. Edited 

by Henry M. Kieffer. 
Herd Register of the American Jersey Cattle Club. 

Vol. XXXV. 
Picturesque Brittany. St. Enogat-Dinard, September 

8, 1891. 
Coaching Season Over. Homburg, September 8, 1891... 
Depew on Trades Unions London, September 7, 1891.. 

Baron Hirsch's Money. London, September 7, 1891 

"Lottery of Love " Paris, September 7, 1891 

Belgium's Prize Drama. Brussels, September 9, 1891... 



Propkiktoks. 



J. S. Ross, 

Eldora, Iowa. 
D. Lothrop Company, 

Boston. 
Bret Harte. 
The Pettibone Mf'gCo., 

Cincinnati. 
Roudebush Bros., 

Topeka, Kans. 
Hughes & Storey, St. Louis. 

Do. 
George H. Dickson's Sons, 

New York. 
II. W. Johns, New York. 
R. H. Russell & Son, 

New York. 
Jas. S. Doolittle, 

Philadelphia. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
W. H. Gill, Philadelphia, 
Margaret E. O'Brien. 
F. E. Woodruff, 

Brunswick, Me. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 
New York. 

W. C. Little & Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 
Mary W. Staver, 

Bainbridge, Pa. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Lewis Heyl, Philadelphia. 

Dascom Greene, Troy, N. Y. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Isaac R. King, 

Hibernia, N. J. 
J. O'B. Lowry, 

Kansas City, Kans. 
R. H. Russell & Son, 

New York. 
Chas. G. Fischer, 

Philadelphia. 
The American J ersey Cattle 

Club. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Daly at the Lyceum. London, September 9, 1891........ 

Sleepy Schangenbad. Schangenbad, September 9, 1891, 

Americans Coming Home. London, September 9, 1891. 

Mr. Cammack Did Not Know. London, September 6, 
1891. 

'Twas a Great Newspaper Battle. London, September 
3, 1891. 

Ichang's Riotous Mob. Shanghai, September 3, 1891.... 

Amused the Parisians. Paris, September 3, 1891 

Homburg Thinning Out. Homburg, September 3, 1891 

Criminality in News. London, September 8, 1891 

Mary, Queen of Scots. Paris, September 8, 1891 

Geneva's Visitors. Paris, September 8, 1891 

Life at Vevay. Vevay, September 5, 1891 

Sailing for America. London , September 5, 1891 

Registered in London. London, September 5, 1891 

People One Knows. Paris, September 5, 1891 

Ichang's Mad Mob. Shanghai, September 5, 1891 

Virile France. Paris, September 4, 1891 

The Daly Company. Paris, September 4, 1891 

Joyous St. Moritz. St. Moritz, September 4, 1891 

The Prince at Homburg. Homburg, September 4, 1891 

Society at Aix. Aix-Les-Bains, September 6, 1891 

American Travelers Delayed in Europe. London, Sep- 
tember 5, 1891. 

Coerce the Chinese. Shanghai, September 5, 1891 

Boulevard Topics. Paris, September 5, 1891 

"M. M. E. Agnes." Paris, September 5, 1891 

New Opera Stars. Brussels, September 5, 1891 

Mrs. Maybrick's Legal Defender. London, September 
5, 1891. 

On Lake Geneva. Geneva, September 5, 1891 

Daly's Farewell to Paris. Paris, September 5, 1891 

Herald's Chilian News. London, September 5, 1891 

A Daisy Book of Advertising 

Business Advertising Register 

Beck's Patent Duplex Feed Engine 

Gerber's Type- writer Ribbons and Carbon Papers. Con- 
sumers' Commutation Bond, $6. 
The Whirl of Fate 

The Legend of Indian Corn (Poemj 

Shepard's National System of Adhesive Annotations. 

Supplement to Vol. 45, Minn. Decisions. 
4$ to 5 "Per Cents." "At Par" 

Chain Belt Company (Price list) 

The Hazelton or Porcupine Boiler 

Peach Circular 

Latest News from Europe. London, September 5 



Peopeietors. 



James Gordon Bennett, 


New York. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Theodore W. Siddall,' 


Philadelphia. 


A. 0. Kittredge, New York. 


Matthias A. Beck, 


Milwaukee. 


Henry Gerber, New York. 


Livermore & Knight, 


Providence, R. I. 


Thomas Brower Peacock, 


Topeka, Kans. 


Frank Shepard, Chicago. 



John I. D. Bristol, 

New York. 
Chain Belt Company, 

Milwaukee. 
Hazelton Boiler Company, 

New York. 
Kern County Land Co. , 

San Francisco. 
Sun Printing and Publish- 
ing Association, New York. 



BOOKS— Contin r ED. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Amortization Plan. 



The Encyclopaedia Britannical Descriptive Pamphlet). 
Coupon Accident Ticket, Form A 



Coupon Accident Ticket, Form B 

Coupon Accident Ticket, Form C 

Circular Illustrating Modes of Traveling, With Train 

of Cars, Steamboat, etc. 
Cancers, Tumors, and Lupus 



Feminine Fancies. By Margaret Hamm. 



Great Names in the Bowery Theatre. By Joseph 
Howard, jr. 

Stumpy G leason. By Walter L. Hawley 

Professional Beggars of New York. By Byron Campbell. 

Among the Children. By Margery Daw 

Colonel Knox's Phonograph. By J. Armoy Knox 

The Honey Moon. By George Percy Taggart , 

Exercises for Voice Culture. By Arnold W. Meyer-Teeg. 

Fair as the Morning. An Arrangement of Hymns and 

Tunes for Orchestra. 
Independents' Committee Certificate of Nomination to 

Fill Vacancies. 
Convention Committee Certificate of Nomination to Fill 

Vacancies. 

Precinct Convention Certificate of Nomination 

Independent Nomination Certificate 

City or Town Convention Certificate of Nomination 

County Convention Certificate of Nomination 

District Convention Certificate of Nomination 

The American Lumber Schedule 



How Mullens Won the Game 

Eitual of the Patrons of Industry 

Meek's Tailor Dress Cutter Instructions. 



New Process for Making Gems, Ferrotypes, Tintypes on 

the Putnam Eureka Dry Gem Plate. 
Orange Blossom Recipes 



Spalding's Official Foot Ball Guide, 1891. 



Op. 
Op. 
Op. 
Op. 



100, Book 1, 



100, Book 2, 



29, Book 1, 



containing 
containing 
containing 



Henrv Bertini's Studies. 
Nos. 1 to 12. 

Henry Bertini's Studies. 
Nos. 13 to 25. 

Henrv Bertini's Studies. 
Nos. 1 to 12. 

Henry Bertini's Studies. 
Nos. 13 to 24. 

Gradus ad Parnassum, for the Voice. Selected and re- 
vised by Gottlieb Federlein, Book 3, second grade for 
soprano. 

2 T E 



29, Book 2, containing 



Henderson EstateCompany, 
New York. 

Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 

Travelers' Insurance Co., 

Hartford. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

B. Frank Tomlin, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Arnold W. Meyer-Teeg, 

Washington, D. C. 

J. H. Kurzenknabe & Sons, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

B. W. Steele, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

C. E. Caswell, 

Warren Summit. N. H. 
Charles B. Cory, Boston. 
W. B. Latta, Ligonier, Ind. 
Martha E. Meek, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Franklin Putnam, 

New York. 
Kingsland Smith & Co. , 

St. Paul. 
A. G. Spalding & Bros. , 

New York. 
Kunkel Bros. , St. Louis. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Edward Schuberth & Co. , 
New York. 



10 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Gradus ad Parnassum, for the Voice. Selected and re- 
vised by Gottlieb Federlein, Book 4, second grade for 
alto. 

Folio of Violin and Piano Duets. No. 1. By J. P. Sousa, 

Folio of Violin and Piano Duets. No. 2. By J. P. Sousa.. 

The Song Folio. No. 3 



Proprietors. 



Edward Schuberth & Co., 
New York. 

W. F. Shaw, Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 



PERIODICALS. 



The Oracular Harp of Life. No. 1 

The Catholic World. September, 1891 

Journal of Cutaneous and Genito-Urinary Diseases. 

September, 1891. 
The Mercantile Adj uster. September, 1891 



The Kindergarten. September, 1891 

California Bankers' Magazine. July, 1891. 



Quarterly Publications of the American Statistical Asso- 
ciation. June, 1891. 
The Rand-McNally Railway Guide. September, 1890. . 



The Banner Weekly. No. 462 

The Albany Law Journal. September 5, 1891. 



Medical Record. September 5, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. September 5, 1891. 

Demorest's Family Magazine. October, 1891 

Tobacco. September 4, 1891 



Fox's Weekly. September 14, 1891 

The Time Table. September 7, 1891 

The American Paper Trade. September 5, 1891. 
American Investments. September, 1891 



Scientific American. September, 1891. 
Bradstreets. September 5, 1891 



Skolen og Hjemmet. September 1, 1891 

The Pythian Knight. September, 1891 

Bankers' Monthly. September, 1891 

The Engineering Record. September 5, 1891. 



Architecture and Building. September 5, 1891. 
The Farmers' Review. September 2, 1891 



The American Florist. September 3, 1891 

Railroad Consolidated Time Table. September, 1891 



E. Z. Franklin, Cincinnati. 
A. F. Hewit, New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Gerrit H. Ten Broeck, 

St. Louis. 
The Kindergarten Publish- 
ing Co. , Chicago. 
J. W. Treadwell, 

San Francisco. 
American Statistical Associ- 
ation, Boston. 
American Railway Guide 
Co. , Chicago. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Weed, Parsons & Co. , 

Albany, N. Y. 
Wm. Wood & Co., 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
W. Jennings Demorest, 

New York. 
The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Frey & Co., Baltimore. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 
The Niagara Publishing Co. , 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Munn & Co., New York. 
The Bradstreet Publishing 
Co., New York. 
Skolen og Hjemmet Pub. 
Co., Stony City, Iowa. 
Wm. Mill Butler, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Henry C. Meyer, 

New York. 

W. T. Comstock, New York. 

Hannibal H Chandler & Co. , 

Chicago. 

American Florist Co. , 

Chicago. 
Edward A. Jones, Boston. 



11 



PERIODIC AXS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The New Nation. September 5, 1891. 

Texas Sittings. September 12, 1891 .. 



The American Stock-Keeper. September 5, 1891. 



The New York Family Story Paper. September 19, 
1891. 

Golden Hours. September 12, 1891 

The American Architect. September 5, 1891 

The American Builder. September, 1891 



The Youth's Companion. September 10, 1891. 
The American Contractor. September 5, 1891. 
American Horse Breeder. September 5, 1891.. 
Arkansaw Traveler. September 12, 1891 



The Inland Printer. September, 1891, 



New York Amusement Gazette. September 7, 1891...., 
The Practical Mechanic and Electrician. August, 1891. 



Northwestern Lumberman. September 5, 1891, 
The Sunday School Times. September 12, 1891 



Electrical Review. September 12, 1891 

The Illustrated American. September 12, 1891 

Harper's Young People. September 8, 1891 

Life. September 10, 1891 , 

Babyhood. September, 1891 , 

The Round Table. September, 1 891 



Mackey's Guide. September 12, 1891 

The National Builder. September, 1891. 



The Railway Hand Book. September 1, 1891 

The Popular Rail Road Guide. September 1, 1891. 
Judge. September 12, 1891 



Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. September 12, 

1891. 
The Christian Union. August 29, 1891 



The Christian Union. September 5, 1891.... 
American Horse Breeder. August 22, 1891, 
American Horse Breeder. August 29, 1891. 
The Pythian Knight. August, 1891 



The Christian Herald. September 9, 1891.. ,. 
The New York Ledger. September 12, 1891. 

The Golden Weekly. September 24, 1891.... 



Edward Bellamy, Boston. 
Texas Sittings Pub. Co., 

New York and London. 
American Stock- K eeper 
Pub. Co., Boston. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

Do. 

Ticknor & Co., Boston. 

American Builder Pub. Co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 

B. Edwards & Co., Chicago. 

George B. James, Boston. 

The Review Publishing 

Company, Chicago. 

Inland Printing Company, 

Chicago. 
F. T. Low, New York. 

F. S. Blanchard & Co., 

Worcester, Mass. 
W. B. Judson, Chicago. 
John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Illustrated American Pub. 
Co., New York. 

Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Babyhood Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Round Table Publish- 
ing Company, Dallas, Tex. 
Joseph Mackey, New York. 
National Builder Pub. Co., 
Chicago. 
Railway Hand Book Pub. 
Co. , San Francisco. 
J. Oliver Evans, 

San Francisco. 
The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 

Christian Union Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
George B. James, Boston. 

Do. 
Wm. Mill Butler, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Harper's Weekly. September 12, 1891 

Werner's Voice Magazine. September, 1891 

Scientific American, Supplement. September 12, 1891... 

The Illustrated Great South. August, 1891 

The Northwest Monthly Magazine. September, 1891 

Svea Illustrerad Journal. August, 1891 

Puck. September 9, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutchland und Amerika. September 

9, 1891. 
The Embalmer. September, 1891 

The An do ver Review. September, 1891 

The Illustrated Police News. September 12, 1891 

The Observer. September, 1891 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. September 5, 

1891. 
The American Machinist. September 10, 1891 

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. September 26, 1891 

Good News. September 26, 1891 

The Rural New Yorker. September 12, 1891 

Scientific American. September 12, 1891... 

The Jewelers' Circular. September 9, 1891 

The Insurance Critic. September, 1891 

Toilettes. September, 1891 

New York Clipper. September 12, 1891 

Kate Field's Washington. September 9, 1891 

Garden and Forest. September 2, 1891 

The Electrical World. September 12, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. September 9, 1891 

Western Electrician. September 12, 1891 

The Illustrated Christian Weekly. September 12, 1891.. 

Forest and Stream. September 10, 1891 

The National Police Gazette. September 19, 1891 , 

The Ave Maria. September 12, 1891 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. September 7-12, in- 
clusive. 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. September 12, 1891. 
The Central Law Journal. September 4, 1891 

Quarterly Report of Metropolitan Fashions. September, 
1891. 



Peopeietoes. 



Harper & Bros., New York. 

Edgar S. Werner, New York. 

Munn&Co., New York. 

W. C. Paul, Memphis, Tenn. 

E. V. Smalley, St. Paul. 

Gustaf Ljungberg, 

New York. 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, 
New York. 

Germania Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

The Embalmer Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Houghton, Miniin & Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Police News Publishing Co. , 
Boston. 

E. F. Bigelow, 

Portland, Conn. 

Wm. B. Dana & Company, 
New York. 

American Machinist Pub. 
Company, New York. 

Street & Smith, New York. 
Do. 

The Rural Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Munn&Co., New York. 

Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Geo. W. Corliss, New York. 

Toilettes Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

The Frank Queen Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 

The Garden and Forest 
Pub. Co., New York. 

The W. J. Johnston Com- 
pany, New York. 

The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 

Western Electrician Pub- 
lishing Co. , Chicago. 

Illustrated Christian Week- 
ly Company, New York. 

Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Richard K. Fox, New York. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 

P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 
Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 
The Butterick Pub. Co., 
London and New York. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Contin r k r >. 



Titles. 



The American Field. September 12, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. September 10, 1891 

The Yankee Blade. September 12, 1891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. September 9, 1891 

Garden and Forest. September 9, 1891 

Home and Farm. September 15, 1891 

Harper's Bazar. September 26, 1891 

Fanciers' Journal. September 12, 1891 

The American Florist. September 10, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. September 5, 1891 

The Writer. September, 1891 

The Look-Out. September, 1891 

Buds and Blossoms. September, 1891 

The Gymnasium. August 15, 1891 

Farm and Home. September 15, 1891 

The Epoch. September 11, 1891 

The School Journal. September 12, 1891 

The Sporting Life. September 12, 1891 

The Argosy. September 19. 1891 

The Boys of New York. September 26, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. September 12, 1891 

Modes and Fabrics. September, 1891 

The Therapeutic Gazette. September 15, 1 891 

St. Louis Life. September 10, 1891 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 9 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 46, No. 12 

Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 9 

Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 10 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 19 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 16, No. 17 

New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 8 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 7 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 6 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 19 

The Musical Visitor. Vol. 20, No. 9. September, 1891 



Peopbietoes. 



American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 
Jewelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Garden and Forest Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Home and Farm Publishing 
Company, Louisville, Ky. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co., Philadelphia, 
William H. Hills, Boston. 
J. Stilman Smith & Co., 

Boston. 
J. P. Avery, New York. 
Coop & Boms, 

Providence, R. I. 
The Phelps Publishing Co. , 
Springfield, Mass. 
The Epoch Publishing Co., 
New York. 
E. L. Kellogg & Company, 
New York. 
Sporting Life Publishing- 
Co., Philadelphia. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

Brooklyn Life Publishing 

Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

H. W. MaeLellan, 

New York. 
George S. Davis, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Moors & Barth, St. Louis. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 



14 
MAPS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Official Map of Chicago. Small-scale edition. 1891 



Hefel's Map of Muncie, Ind. 
West Bay City, Mich. 1891. 
Atchison, Kans. July, 1891. 



1891. 



Map of Red Mountain and the Mining Region of San Juan, 
Ouray, San Miguel, and Dolores Counties, Colorado. 
By Emil B. Fischer. 

Clifton Forge, Va. July, 1891 



Fay etteville, Tenn. July, 1891 

Earlville, N. Y. August, 1891 

Turlock, Cal. August, 1891 

Lathrop, Cal . A ugust, 1891 

Whitney's Point, N. Y. August, 1891. 

Salem, N. J. July, 1891 

Joplin, Mo. July, 1891 



A. N. Marquis & Co., 

Chicago. 
ToneyC. Hefel, Muncie, Ind. 
Charles Rascher, Chicago. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Co., 

New York. 
Emil B. Fischer, 

Silverton, Colo. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Co. , 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



CHARTS. 



This Certifies that and — 

Marriage. 
Presidential Diagram, and Defeated Candidates. 

Universal Calendar. Years 1880 to 1900 

Practice Work in Fractions 



were United in 



Reduction of Fractions and Mixed Numbers 

Standard Gross Tonnage Tables. By A. J. Nugent 

The Ladies' Tailor Instruction Drafts 

The Ladies' Tailor 

Sheet Metal Gauge Tables and Weight Rule 



Test Chart for Mechanical Defects of the Eye. 
The Scientific Tailor System 



H. M. Crider, 



York, Pa. 



W. Ellis Wise, 

Williamsport, Pa. 
Calendar Pub. Co., 

Binghampton, N. Y. 
Oscar Granger, 

Tioga Center, N. Y. 
Do. 
A. J. Nugent, Troy, N. Y. 
Hughes & Storey, St. Louis. 

Do. 
The Wilmot & Hobbs Mfg. 
Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Benjamin I. Price, Denver. 
O. H. Morton, 

San Antonio, Tex. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



An Irishman's Love. Melo-comedy drama. 
Hick'ry Farm. By Edwin M. Stern 



J. H. Lester and John D. 
Hopkins, New York. 

R. H. Russell & Son, 

New York. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Collection Song. By S. V. R. Ford. 

Jesus Will Help Me. Response 

Dedication Hymn 



Hungarian Fantasie, violin and piano. By Harry Carleton. 



Hunt & Eaton, New York. 

Do. 
B. F. Alleman, 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Jean White, Boston. 



15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Carnival of Venice, cornet and piano. Arranged 
by Arban. 

Sunrise in Summer. Descriptive Fantasie, for band. 
By Ch. Le. Thiere. 

The Raymond Schottische. By W. J. McCoy, for or- 
chestra, and Salutation March by Koeder, for orchestra 

Melodramatic Overature, for orchestra. By L. W. Hardy 

Mandolin Serenade. By A. Jungmann, for orchestra, 
and Ecoutez Moi (Listen to Me), by J. Funke, for 
orchestra. 

Sunrise in Summer. Descriptive Fantasie, for orchestra. 
By Ch. Le. Thiere. 

Caprice des Femmes Waltzes. By Godfrey, for orches- 
tra, and Entre Nons Schottische, by Jones, for orches- 
tra. 

Hiawatha Quadrille. By Geo. Koppitz, for orchestra 

Medley on National Airs. By E. Beyer, for orchestra.... 

Air and Variations from ' ' Der Freischiitz, ' ' for band. By 
Foreith ; arranged by J. B. Clans. 

Aria from Lucia di Lammermoor. By Donizette, for 
band. 

" Maiden Songs" Waltzes. By A. Jungmann, for band. 

Danse Polonaise. By X. Scharwenka, for band 

Reminiscences of Bellini, for band. By Dan Godfrey..., 

When Marshaled on the Mighty Plain. Christmas An- 
them. By P. A. Schnecker. 

The Season's Love. Song. By Alice H. North 



Pbopbietobs. 



ByG. 



Twilight Fancies, for banjo. By H. H. Smith . 
Potpourri (Minstrel Echoes), banjos and guitar. 

L. Lansing. 

Espanial Mazurka, for guitar. By D. Mansfield 

Spinola Mazurka, for guitar. By D. Mansfield 

Camel ine Polka, for guitar. By D. Mansfield 

Katie Moore Waltz Song and Chorus. By Barney Cham- 
bers. 
The Alabama Walk-Around (Comic Dance), for piano. 

By M. H. Rosenfeld. 
The Calico Skirt Dance, for piano. By Arthur Sinclair.. 
Don't Let Your Answer be No. Words and music by 

J. P. Skelly. 
Sea-Ghost Waltz, for piano. By Monroe H. 
Give Us Shelter, in E flat. Mixed voices. 

music by C. A. White. 
Only Sad Memories. Words and music by Will J. 

Moorman. 
When Her Papa Goes Down to the Club. Words and 

music by Harry S. Miller. 
Ching Chong. Words by Phil. Gibbons ; music by W. 

C. Parker. 

My Home When a Girl. Words by George Anthony ; 

music by Pat. Feeny. 
Quintet Schottische, for piano. By Grant Falkenstein . . 

Northern Light Waltz, for piano. By Francis E. Kuhn. 

Eclipse Song and Dance, for guitar and mandolin. By 

D. Mansfield. 



Rosenfeld... 
Words and 



Boston. 



.lean White. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Edward Schuberth & Co. , 

New York. 
The Chicago Music Com- 
pany. Chicago. 
Thompson & Odell, Boston. 
Do. 

D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 

Do. 

Do. 
Chambers & Josselyn, 

Providence, R. 1. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
White-Smith Music Pub. 
Company, Boston. 

Do. 

James Stillman, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Bartlett Brothers, 

Ventura, Cal. 
F. E. Kuhn, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
D. Mansfield, 

San Francisco. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Dance of the Elves and Gnomes, for piano. By Warwick 

Williams. 
Ten Triomphe Grand March, for piano. By A. Gwyllym 

Crowe ; transcribed by Theo. Bonheur. 

Loveland Valse, lor piano. Theo. Bonhenr 

Oh, Polly ! Pretty Little Polly. Words by Harry Cast- 
ling ; music by F. W. Veuten. 
Relations. Words by Wal. Pink ; music by Fred. 

Eplett. 

You Know Patrol, for piano. By John W. Florence 

Pretty Baby, Slumber Sweetly. Song. By Michael 

Rale. 
Do Not Answer " No ! " Words by George Cooper ; 

music by Dr. Togniani. 
Dance of the Tramp, for mandolins, banjo, and guitar. 

By Franklin Eaton. 
Gypsy Cradle Song. Guitar solo. By Franklin Eaton. . . 
Coonville Cake Walk, for two banjos. By Franklin 

Eaton. 
God My King (Ave Verum). Trio, for female voices. 

By J. C. Aiblinger. 
True Love. Words by L. H. M. ; music arranged from 

an etude by Vaccai. 
Minuet. Arranged for piano or organ from a Haydn 
quartet. 
Daddy's Old Pipe. Words by M. O. Neill ; music by 

G. H. Adams. 
Come, O My Soul. By J. E. Hall 

O Sing unto the Lord. By E. L. Cranmer 

The Lord Is Good. By Fred. L. Morey 

What Shall I Render. By Geo. F. Root 

Military Lancers, for piano. By J. N. Worthington 

Swedish Dance, for piano. By Fred. T. Barker 

Fond Heart. Tyrolienne, for piano. By Louis Meyer.. 
I'm King of My Own Fireside. Words by Lillie E. Barr ; 

music by Louis Meyer. 
Contra Dance (English^, for piano. By Franz Wald. 

Op. 63. 
Proposal. Words by Bayard Taylor ; music by A. G. 

Maier. 
He is an Angel Now. Words by Lew Carroll ; music by 

Miss Erne Huested. 
Monastery Bells (Transcription). Arranged for guitar 

by George Barker. 
Echoes of the Ball. By E. Gillet ; arranged by George 

Barker. 
Ta-ra-ra Boom-der-e. By Henry J. Sayers 

Friends if Nothing More. Words and music by G. Fuller 

Golden. 
Listen, My Love. Serenade. By Alfred Griinfeld. For 

piano. 

Hunting Song. By Wm. D. Armstrong. For piano 

Alhambra ( Moorisch Dance) . By Charles Kunkel 

Scherzo. By S. Jadassohn. Op. 35,- No. 2. Forpiana.. 
Wide Awake. By Heinrich Lichner. Op. 135. For 

piano. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Louisa Prager, New York. 

I. Prager and Dr. Togniani, 
New York. 
Franklin Eaton, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Do. 
Do. 

Wm. Noelsch, Philadelphia. 

Henry R. Marvin, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Do. 

M. O. Neill, Philadelphia. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Alfred Lorain e & Company. 

New York. 

George Barker, Boston. 

Do. 

Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Kunkel Brothers, St. Louis. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



La Canzonatura (Intermezzo Scherzoso). Bv Hans von 

Biilow. Op. 21, No. 9. , 
Cinderella (Impromptn-Waltzer). By Louis Conrath, 

for piano. 

In the May. By F. Behr. Op. 424. For piano 

Serenata (A l'PCspagnole). By Tlieo. Knllak (Carl Tan- 

sig). For piano. 

Slavish March. By Gustav Stolpe. For piano 

Tazzie-York. By Edith V. Mordecai. For piano 

The Forget Me Not. Song. By Franz von Suppe 

Come, 'bide in this Heart. Translated by H. Hartmann ; 

music by T. J. Prosser. 

Barcarolle. By Chauncey E. Tennant. For piano 

Menuett. By Paul Mori. Op. 4. For piano 

'Tis All That I Can Say. Words by Tom Hood ; music 

by Hope Temple. 
Humoresque. (Danse des Negres. ) By Charles Kunkel. 

For piano. 
Colombine. By L. L. Delahaye. Op. 15. For piano... 
Deuxieme Scherzo. By G. Karganoff. Op. 9. For piano, 
Singing Still. Words by I. D. Foulon ; music by Charles 

Kunkel. 
Love is a Hunter Boy. Translated by H. Hartmann ; 

music by Wm. D. Armstrong. 
Shepherd's Love Song. Eomanza. By Hans Schmitt. 

Op. 11, No. 1. For piano. 
Polonaise. By Hans Schmitt. Op. 11, No. 2. For 

piano. 
Ases Tod. By Edvard Grieg. Op. 46, No. 2. For 

piano. 
Anitras Tanz. By Edvard Grieg. Op. 46, No, 3. For. 

piano. 

Etude Mignonne. By Edward Schiitt. For piano 

Galatea. By A. Jensen. For piano 

I Think of Thee. Song. By Franz Abt. Op. 213 

Impromtu. By Eichard S. Poppen. For piano 

To Foreign Shores. A song. By Edvard Grieg 

Hush of Dawning. English adaption. By M. H. Cross ; 

music by C. Isenmann. Op. 6, No. 4. Male quartet .... 
Forward. Song. By Amy Seville Wolff 

Blessed is the Nation. By J. Stainer 

Te Deum Laudamus. (In C. ) By Chas. H. Whittier. . . 

Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem. By E. A. Clare 

Sing unto God. By E. A. Clure 

Deus Miseratur. (In C.) By G. F. Cobb 

The Mokes Reunion. By Cub Berdan. For piano 

Ghost Dancer ' s Patrol, for band. By Gaston 

Gentle Ripples Fantasia, for band. By Barrington 

The Skirt Dance. By Meyer Lutz ; arranged for orches- 
tra. 

Where are You Going, My Pretty Maid. Words by J. 
C. Goodwin ; music by W. Morse. 

Baby, Baby, Dance, My Darling Baby. Words by J. C. 
Goodwin ; music by W. Morse. 

Love and Beauty Waltzes, for banj o and piano. By Thos. 
J. Armstrong. 

3te 



Proprietors. 



Kunkel Brothers, St. Louis. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Orpheus Club, Philadelphia. 

Amy Seville Wolff, 

Philadelphia. 
C. L. Hutchins, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Cub Berdan, Detroit, Mich. 
H. E. McMillin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 

T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

S. S. Stewart, Philadelphia. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Melody, for organ. By Walter R. Johnston. Op. 32, 

No. 10. 
Evening Song, for organ. By Walter R. Johnston. Op. 

32, No. 11. 
Reverie, for organ. By Walter R. Johnston. Op. 32, 

No. 12. 
Processional, for organ. By Walter R. Johnston. Op. 

32, No. 13. 
Intermezzo, from Opera Cavalleria Rusticana. By P. 

Mascagin ; transcribed for violin and piano by Victor 

Herbert. 
Invitation a La Valse. By C. M. v. Weber ; arranged 

by M. C. Meyrelles. 
Ave Maria. By Luigi Luzzi. Op. 80. Arranged by H. 

Prendiville. 
Horas de Melancholia. Mexican Dance. Arranged by 

M. C. Meyrelles. 
Once Only Comes the Honr. English words by A. 

Davenport ; music by Carl Bohm. Op. 245. 

Harvest Sunday. By C. C. Stearns 

Grand Army March, for piano. By Mrs. Effie B. Frost.. 
The Wonderful Love of God. Words and music by Clara 

H. Scott. 
Normal Echo Waltz, for piano. By J. M. Dungan 



"The Voice that Breathed O'er Eden." Male quartet. 
By E. G. McCollin. 

Borcherini's Celebrated Minuet. (In G. ) Arranged for 
mandolins and guitar by Arling Schaeffer. 

Fra Diavolo Selections, for mandolins and guitar. Ar- 
ranged by Arling Schaeffer. 

Fairy Dell Schottische. (In G.) Song and dance. Ar- 
ranged for mandolins and guitar by Arling Schaeffer. 

Un Beso Mazurka. Arranged for mandolins and guitar 
by Arling Schaeffer. 

My Sweetheart Waltz. Arranged for mandolins and 
guitar by Arling Schaeffer. 

Adieu Polka. (In G. ) Arranged for mandolins and 
guitar by Arling Schaeffer. 

The Judgment Day. Words by W. C. Robey ; music by 
Will H. Fox. 

Fairview Schottische, for two banjos. By N. W. Smith.. 

Sweet Remembrance, for two banjos. By Arling Schaeffer, 

Florentine Waltz. Arranged for piano by F. F. Hagan.. 
March Pompeii, for piano. By Gus. W. Bernard 



Uncle Rastus. Negro dance, for piano. By Arthur A. 

Clappe. 
Uncle Rastus. Negro dance, for band. By Arthur A. 

Clappe. 



Proprietors. 



Edward Schuberth & Co., 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

White-Smith Music Pub. 
Co. , Boston,. 

Do. 
Do. 
Mrs. Clara H. Scott. 

The Echo Music Co., 

La Fayette, Ind. 
Edward Garrett McCollin, 
Philadelphia. 
Arling Schaeffer, 

Denver, Colo. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Frank Harding, New York. 

N. W. Smith, Rochester. 
Arling Schaeffer, 

Denver, Colo. 
W. F. Shaw. 
J. C. Groene & Company, 

Cincinnati. 
Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 



19 



ENGRAVINGS. 



Titles. 



"The Gloaming." Original etching. By W. L. Lathrop. 

"Stony Row Brook." By Julian Rix.... 

"Amor Rex." Etched by F. M. Spiegle 

"Oh! Rest in the Lord " By C. B.Grant 

"Spring Trouting. " By Julian Rix 

" On the Terrace. " By S. Lacoste 

"Now I Lay me Down to Sleep." By J. C. Durand 

"When the Cows Come Home." Ity R. L. DeLessen 

"The Stirrup Cup." Etched by L. Ruet 

' ' Bridal News. ' ' Engraved by F. Girsch l 

' ' Between the Acts. ' ' Etched by R. Piquet 

' ' Foot Bridge. ' ' Etched by A. Drescher ! 

' ' Sirens. ' ' Etched by James S. King 

' ' Head of the Brook. ' ' Original etching. By Julian Rix 

"Thro' Silent Lowlands." Etched by W. C. Bauer 

"Fair Angler." By L. Girardet 

"Sunset, Pacific Coast. " Etched by W. C. Bauer 

' ' Old Sugar House. " By D. F. Hasbrouck 

' ' End of the Book. ' ' Engraved by Focillon 

' ' Feeding the Ducks. ' ' By L. Girardet 

"Deep Sea Fishing." Original etching by W. M. Cary.. 

' ' Owl's Nest. ' ' Original etching by W. M. Cary 

' ' The Interruption. ' ' By F. C. Jones 

' ' Mussel Gatherers. ' ' By J. H. Millspaugh , 

' ' June Roses. ' ' Etched by M. Spiegle 

"Where Are You Going, My Pretty Maid'?" Etched 
by L. Ruet. 

"Month of June." By Julian Rix 

The Last of the Buffalos. By A. Bierstadt 

' 'A Glimmering Night " 



' ' Homeward Bound " 

' ' Well, What' s Your Business ? " 

A Meet of Lord Rothschild's Stag Hounds. 



A Kill With the Whaddon Chase Fox Hounds... 
Early Summer. Etched by Thomas R. Mauley 

Late Autumn. Etched by Thomas R. Mauley. . 

Trio of Indian Game Bantams 

"Cufic" and "Lady Entwistle" 

Chicago; or, How to Pack Pork 

Indian Games. Peirce & Tecumseh 



Indian Games. Queen Nona and Osceola 

Columbus, Discoverer of America 

Garde a Vous. Engraved by E. F. Hubbard. 



Proprietor* 



('. Klackner, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

bo. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

A. Bierstadt, New York. 

B. Brooks & Sons, 

London, England. 
Do. 
Do. 
Boussod, Valadon & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Frederick Keppel & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Sandacre Farm, Quoque, L. I. 

Do. 
Chas. F. Pidgin, Boston. 
Chas. M. Chase, 

Portsmouth, Ohio. 
Do. 
M. T. Bird & Co., Boston. 
Frederick Keppel & Co., 

New York. 



CUT. 



Patent Channel. 



United States Roofing Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 



20 
PRINTS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Tale Has Oft Been Told, 



After Bathing 

After Shaving 

Sihokers' Throat 

Vegetable Glycerine 

The Line of Battle in Ohio 

The Epworth League Department Wheel. 



The Proctor & Gamble 
Company, Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
John Danner, Canton, Ohio. 
G. M. Smiley, 

Charlestown, Mass. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Colored Boy with Box of Brushes 
"He lubs me, He lubs me not."... 
1892 Calendar 



J. Ottman Litho. Co., 

New York. 

D. M. Ferry & Co., 

Detroit. 

George M. Allen & Co., 

New York. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



3836. Philadelphia '.. 

3838. Philadelphia 

3839. Philadelphia 

3841. U. S. Squadron at Bar Harbor. 

3847. U. S. Squadron , 

3852. Squadron of Evolution 

Pinging Rocks , 

Re-Union at Fernwood 



The Angel of Peace 

Comanche Chief Quanah's Papooses. 



Elk Tongue Kiowa on War Path 

Elk Tongue and his daughter A-ke-a. . , 

Chief Quanah Parker 

Scout Mobiel, in Kiowa War Costume. 
Banyan Tree, No. 1 



Banyan Tree, No. 2 

Banyan Tree, No. 3 

Banyan Tree, No. 4 

Sobriety and Hilarity 

No. 6541. General Sheridan's Monument, Arlington, Va. 



6542 do 

6543. State Dining Eoom, Executive Mansion, Wash- 

ton. 

6544. Conservatory, Executive Mansion 

6545. Garfield Monument, Washington, D. C 

6546 do 

6547. The Fountain and Cap of Liberty, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



N. L. Stebbius, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Jesse King, Norristown, Pa. 
Henry W. Sisson, 

Lake George, N. Y. 

Do. 

B. P. Robinson, 

Fort Sill, Ind. T. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

C. A. Lane, 

Lake Worth, Fla. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

W. J. Dunn, Chicago. 

B. W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 
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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Propriktokk. 



No. 6548. Come to Town to See the Sights. 



6549. 
6550. 
6551. 
6552. 
6553. 
6554. 
6555. 
6556. 
6557. 
6558. 
6559. 
6560. 

6561. 
6562. 
6564. 
6565. 
6566. 
6567. 
6568. 
6569. 
6570. 

6571. 

6572. 
6573. 
6574. 
6575. 
6576. 
6577. 
6578. 
6580. 
6582. 
6583. 
6584. 
6585. 
6586. 
6587. 
6589. 
6590. 
6591. 
6593. 
6594. 
6595. 
6596. 
6598. 
6599. 
6600. 

6601. 
6602. 
6603. 
6604. 
6605. 
6606. 
6607. 



Come Drink from the Fountain of Liberty. . . . 

Glory of Washington, D. C 

Capitol and Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington. 

do 

Liberty's Dome and Cap 

Capitol, East Front, Washington , 

Capitol, Washington, D. C 

The New Terrace, Washington, D. C 

Navy and War Department, Washington, D. C. 
New Wing, Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 

Lafayette Monument, Washington, D. C 

General Logan's Monument, Soldiers' Home, 

Washington, D. C. 

Waiting for a Customer, Washington, D. C 

Cemetery, Soldiers' Home, Washington, D. C. 

The River, Memphis, Tenn 

Along the River, Memphis, Tenn 

do 

do 

The Levee, Memphis, Tenn 

do 

President Harrison's Reception, Memphis, 

Tenn. 

Government Building, Memphis, Tenn 

Street View, Memphis, Tenn 

do 

Busy Memphis, Tenn 

Solid Memphis, Tenn 

do 

Memphis as You See it, Tenn., U. S. A 

do 

Young America, Memphis, Tenn 

Great National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

do .' 

The Colored School, Chattanooga, Tenn 

At the Levee, Yicksburg, Miss 

do 

Yicksburg, At the Levee, Miss., U. S. A 

The River from Yicksburg, Miss 

Vicksburg from the Conrt-House, Miss 

Richmond's Busy Street, Ya 

State-House Grounds, Richmond, Ya 

do 

do 

Old State-House Grounds, Richmond, Ya 

Washington Monument, Rich mo i i d , Ya 

do 

Yenerated Virginians, Washington Monument, 

Richmond, Ya. 

A Genuine Virginia Home 

Thrift and Prosperity, Richmond, Va 

Come, Let us Smile, Virginia Hospitality 

Home of the Freedmen, Richmond, Va 

"Give me Liberty or Give me Death," etc 

The Cemetery, Seven Pines Battlefield, Va 

The Lodge, Soldier's Cemetery, Seven Pines, 

Ya. 



W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. 
Do. 
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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopbietoks. 



No. 6608. 

6609. 
6610. 
6611. 

6612. 
6613. 

6614. 

6615. 

6621. 
6622. 
6623. 

6624. 
6625. 
6626. 
6627. 
6628. 
6629. 

6630. 
6631. 
6632. 
6633. 
6634. 
6636. 
6637. 
6638. 
6639. 
6640. 
6641. 
6642. 
6643. 
6644. 
6645. 
6647. 
6648. 
6649. 
6652. 
6653. 
6654. 
6655. 
6656. 
6657. 
6658. 
6659. 
6660. 
6661. 
6662. 
6663. 
6664. 

6665. 
6666. 



The Old House Shattered with Shot and Shell, 
Seven Pines Battlefield. 

The Discussion, Seven Pines Battlefield, Va.... 

General Lee's Monument, Richmond, Va 

Tomb of Ex-President Monroe, Hollywood 
Cemetery, Richmond, Va. 

General Pickett's Grave, Richmond, Va 

Soldier's Monument, Confederates, Richmond, 
Va. 

Confederate Dead, Hollywood Cemetery, Rich- 
mond, Va. 

' ' Sleep on, ' ' Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, 
Va. 

The Great Bridge, Richmond, Va 

Richmond , Va 

National Soldier's Cemetery, Fredericksburg, 
Va. 

do : 

do 

The Old Battlefield, Fredericksburg, Va 

do 

Fredericksburg, Va 

The Old Parish Prison and the Fatal Tree, 
New Orleans. 

The Pride of New Orleans . 

do 

Fire Towers, New Orleans 

The Fishermen, New Orleans 

The Levee, New Orleans 

Life on the Levee, New Orleans 

do 

do 

At the Levee, New Orleans 

The Flooded Levee, New Orleans 

New Orleans, from the Levee 

Loading Cotton, New Orleans 

do 

Busy New Orleans 

do 

General Lee's Monument, New Orleans 

Queen Ann Cottages, New Orleans 

St. Charles Hotel Dining Hall, New Orleans.... 

What You Doing There, Stranger, New Orleans., 

City of the Dead, New Orleans 

do.... 

do 

do 

do 

Silent City, New Orleans 

do 

do 

In Magnolia Garden, Charleston, S. C 

do 

do 

Beautiful is Magnolia Garden, Charleston, 
S. C. 

do 

Apple of Our Eye, Magnolia Garden, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 



B. W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



No. 6667. 



6668. 



6670. 
6673. 
6674. 
6675. 
6677. 
6678. 
6679. 
6680. 
6683. 
6684. 

6685. 

6686. 
6688. 
6689. 
6691. 
6692. 
6693. 
6694. 
6695. 
6696. 
6697. 



6700. 
6701. 
6702. 
6704. 

6709. 
6710. 
6711. 
6712. 
6713. 
6714. 
6715. 
6717. 
6718. 
6719. 

6720. 
6721. 
6722. 
6723. 
6724. 
6725. 
6726. 
6727. 
6729. 
6730. 
6731. 
6732. 
6734. 



What We See in Magnolia Garden, Charleston 
S. C. 

do 

Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S. C 

do 

Fair} r Land of the Dead, Charleston. S. ('.... 

do 

Confederate Dead, Charleston, S. C ! 

Drill of the Charleston Cadets, Charleston, S. C.. 1 

do 

The Colored School, Charleston, S. C 

do 

The Nobbv Street of Charleston, S. C 

Merrily Chimes Old St. Michel's Church, 
Charleston, S. C. 

The Merry German Schuetzenfest, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

do 

Sweet Remembrance of Dear Ones Gone P>efore.. 

do 

Tokens of Our Love 

Family Cares 

Mother's Joy 

Atlanta, Georgia 

do 

do 

Live Atlanta, Georgia 

do 

do 

State House, Atlanta, Georgia 

Atlanta University, Georgia 

do 

Monument to the Confederate Dead, Atlanta, 
Georgia. 

Railroad Station, Atlanta, Georgia 

Oh! Ye Tears 

The Small Boy's Delight 

Babes at the Show 

Old Cradle of Liberty and Market, Boston 

Public Garden, Boston 

Tremont Street, Boston 

Pride of the Family 

Little Lady's 

Sweet Land of Liberty, Flowing with Milk 
and Honey. 

The Professional 

The Wee Little Ones 

do 

My Dog Twinkle 

Oh, Spare My Darlings, Uncle Harry 

The Merry Farmers 

The Sociable 

My First Trout 

Beautiful is the Rose 

do 

Ring, Ring, Rosey 

Recess 

Buff is Our Hero 



Proprietors. 



B. W. Kilbnrn, 

Littleton, N. H. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Title. 


Proprietors. 


No. 6735. Hunting by the Brook 


B. W. Kilburn, 


6736. Fishermen 


Littleton, N. H. 
Do 


6739. Yankee Races, Ballon Ascension 


Do. 


6740. Yankee Races, Go .. 


Do. 


6741. Yankee Races, The Coach Parade 


Do. 


6742 do 

6743. Liberty Bell, Philadelphia, Pa 

6744 do 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


6747. Poetic Dream 


Do. 


6748 do 


Do. 


6749. Sweet Companions 


Do. 


6750. Rhododendrons 


Do. 


6751. Old Faithful, True as Steel 


Do. 


6752. Home, Thy Joys are Passing Lovely 


Do. 


6753. Grandfather's Darling 


Do. 


6754. Pride of Wellesley 


Do. 


6755 do 


Do. 







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Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division oj Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



The F. F. Dance Book. 



Shire Yehudah. (Songs of Judah). 
Ne Plus Ultra Piano Collection 



No. 3. First Report. Form 1 A 



Monthly Report. Form 2 A 
Monthly Report. Form 2 B 
Monthly Report. Form 2 C 

12. Notice No. 1. Form 4 A 

13. Notice No. 2. Form 4 B 

14. Notice No. 3. Form 4 

15. Coupon. Form 5 A 

16. Coupon. Form 5 B. 

17. Coupon. Form 5 C 

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19. Coupon. Form 5 E 

20. Answer to Coupon 

21. Answer to Coupon 

22. Answer to Coupon 

23. Answer to Coupon 

24. Answer to Coupon 

25. Certificate of Membership. 

26. Certificate of Membership. 



Peopeietobs. 



J. G. 



Fred. 



Form 6 A , 

Form 6B 

Form 6C 

Form 6D 

Form 6E 

Form 7 A 
Form 7 B. 



27. Certificate of Membership. 

28. Certificate of Credit 

How About Wheat? 



Form 7 C. 



Athletes Gather 

Harvesting the Hops 

Keenan's Bold Charge 

Perry's Saints in War 

Fabled Cities of Gold 

Bill Nye's Home Life 

New England Land Improvement and Building Com- 
pany. Plan (etc. ). 

Concerning Dion Boucicault. By Joseph Howard, jr .... 



Knox's Phonographic Talks. By J. Annoy Knox. 

The Battle of Chickamauga 

The Ant-Hill Tragedy. By A. E. Coleman 

Feminine Fancies. By Margaret Hamm 

Among the Children. By Margery Daw 

Her Thoughts. By George Percy Taggert 

County Convention Certificate of Nomination 



Darkness and Daylight. (Strictly Private and Confi- 
dential. ) 

Classes in Dancing and Deportment, Minneapolis , 

Classes in Dancing and Deportment, St. Paul 

Latest News from Europe. London, September 12 , 



At the Tub. (Poem). 



(3) 



Richards & ( '<>. , 

Cleveland. 

E. Kitziger, 

New Orleans, La. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Commercial Credit Co. of 
Amer.. Washington, D. C. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Edgar W. Nye, 
New England 
provement and Building 
Company, Boston. 

The United Press, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
B. W. Steele, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 
A. D. Worthington & Co., 

New York. 
Wm. B. De Garmo, St. Paul. 

Do. 
Sun Printing and Publish- 
ing Ass'n, New York. 
Annie M. Brengle, 

Nashville. 



New York. 
Land Im- 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Catalogue No. 3. ' ' The Glan Syphon ' ' Water Closet 

Columbia Minuet 

Formula for the Prevention and Cure of Hog Cholera 

The Holiday Shopping List 

The Seminary Series. No. 300, Vol. 4. Selected, ar- 
ranged, and graded by Max Spicker. 
The Boyhood of John Kent. By Willis B. Allen 

Service in the King's Guards. By Walter M. Barrows... 
Morning Light in Many Lands. By Daniel March......... 

Janet and her Father. By Mary E. Bamford 

Eleanor and I. By Mary E. Bamford 

The Sub-Treasury Plan. By S. M. Scott 

Sansom and Shylock. By John M. Driver 

Rules of Order of Mystic Lodge, No. 51, I. O. 0. F. Ar- 
ranged by Alden G. Allej'. 
The Perfection Tailor System. By Mrs. L. Denny 

Commercial Safety Deposit Company 

Game of Cinch and Draw Pedro. By ' ' Trumps' ' 

Coming! By John Mason 

Columbian School Report Card 

A Golden Dream. By George M. Fenn 

The Squire's Daughter. By Lucie C. Lillie 

The Blue Book of Cleveland and Vicinity 

Heroes of History. By Agnes Sadlier 

Useful Songs for Unprejudiced Teachers. By R. H. Ran- 
dall. 
Investment Record Book 

Beasts and Birds in Pictures and Words , 

Excelsior Lumber Log Book and Rapid Reckoner 

The Drama of the Cycle. By M. J. Gorton 

The Royal Way ; Via Crucis, Via Lucis. By Isabel G. 

Eaton. 
A Complete Explanation of Farmer Miles' Methods. By 

Farmer Miles. 

The Little Light-House Lass. By Elizabeth Stiles 

The West Shore Mystery. By Old Sleuth 

A Compend of Obstetrics. By Henry G. Landis. Fourth 

edition. 
The Self Instructor in Silk Knitting, etc. Revised 

edition, 1891. 
An Answer to Hon. E. J. Phelps' Paper on the Bering 

Sea Controversy. By Robert Rayner. 



Proprietors. 



Benjamin C. Smith, 

New York 
L. F. Segadlo, Newark, N.J. 
J. S. Von Voorheis, 

Mackey, Ala. 
Livermore & Knight, 

Providence, R. I. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 

Congregat'l Sunday-School 
and Pub. Society, Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
S. M. Scott, 

McPherson, Kans. 
Patriotic Publishing Co. , 

Chicago. 
Alden G. Alley, Boston. 

Mrs. L. Denny, 

David City, Neb. 
Samuel Powell, Chicago. 
Dick & Fitzgerald, 

New York. 
Robert L. Fletcher, Chicago. 
S. C. Hanson, 

Williamsport, Ind. 
United States Book Co., 

New York. 
Porter & Coates, 

Philadelphia. 
Blue Book Publishing Co. , 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Joseph L. Blamire, 

New York. 
R. H. Randall, 

Marion, Iowa. 
George L. Nevius, 

Minneapolis. 
McLoughlin Bros., 

New York. 
Excelsior Pub. House, 

New York. 
M. J. Gorton, 

Iowa City, Iowa. 
The Young Churchman Co. , 
Milwaukee. 
Farmer Miles, 

Charleston, 111. 
George Munro, New York. 

Do. 
P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Bel ding Bros. & Co., 

New York. 
Robert Rayner, 

Salem, Mass. 



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Titles. 



Experiments for Students in General Chemistry. By 

Edgar F. Smith and 1 Tarry F. Keller. 
The Fourth Gospel. Essays by Ezra Abbot, Andrew P. 

Peabody, and Bishop Lightfoot. 

Newspaper Contributions. By Barton A. Ulrich 

Christmas Stories for Mother's Darlings. By E. A. 
Allen. . 

Many Voices, or Carmina Sanctorum. Evangelistic edi- 
tion. By T. DeWitt Talmage. 

Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical 
Literature. Vol. XL By John McClintock and 
James Strong. 

The Dorrance Grate 

Illinois Reports. No. 3, Vol. 135. By Norman L. Free- 
man. 

Abstract of Unsettled Accounts for the State of New 
York. 

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Catalogue of Casts. 
Part III. By Edward Robinson. 

The Prohibitory Law of Maine. Edited by Washington 
R. Prescott. 

Short Methods for Computing Interest and Discount. 
By Henry Goldman. 

Lumley, the Painter. By John S. Winter 



Those Western Girls. By Florence Warden. 
Miss Wentworth's Idea. By W. E. Norris... 
The Rochester House Directory. No. 1 



Cotton Crop of the United States for the year ending 

September 1, 1891. 

Telka, a Game of Skill 

Directions for Playing Progressive Hop-Scotch. Tid- 

dledjr Winks. 

The Grocery Store Game 

Pops 



Hop-Scotch Tiddledy Winks 

Progressive Jackstraws 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 400 

Beadle's Half Dime Library. No. 737.. 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 672 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 24 

Poems for the Times. By Mark Gould. 



Afternoon Tea. By G. W. Mitchell. 
Cumberland Gap Park 



The New Harry and Lucy. Chap. 14. By Edward E. 
Hale and Lucretia P. Hale. 

The Exile. Chap. IX. By Forrest Crissey 

Yorkie Wier. Chap. XII. By L. C. Rogers 



Structure of Textile Fibres. XXIV. By George Damon 

Rice, jr. 
Impoverished Russian Nobles. Odessa, September 12, 

1891. 
A Family Tragedy. Avelling, September 12, 1891 



Pbopbietobs. 



I'. Blakiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Charles Scribner's Sods. 

New York. 
B. A. 11 rich, Chicago. 

S. C. Ferguson, E.A.Allen, 
and W. II. Ferguson, 

Cincinnati. 
A. S. Barnes & Co., 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 

Chas. J. Dorrance, Chicago. 
Norman L. Freeman, 

Springfield, 111. 
Retail Merchants' Protective 

Ass'n, Rochester, N. Y. 
Trustees of Museum of Fine 

Arts, Boston. 

W. R. Prescott, 

Rockland, Me. 
Henry Goldman, Chicago. 



nited States 


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pany, 


New 


York. 


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Do. 






rew, Allis & Co., 




Rochester, 


N. Y. 


r m. B. Dana& Co., 






New York. 


irker Bros., 


Salem, 


Mass. 


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Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Mark Gould, 

Worcester, Mass. 
Nims & Knight, Troy, N.Y. 
Cumberland Gap Park Co., 
Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 
The Commonwealth Pub. 
Co. , Boston. 

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L. C. Rogers, 

Capioma, Kans. 
G. D. Rice, jr., Boston. 

Press Publishing Company, 
N. Y. World, New York. 
Do. 



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Titles. 



Yesterday in London. London, September 12, 1891. 



Peopeietoes. 



Yesterday in Paris. Paris, September 12, 1891.... 
Yesterday in Berlin: Berlin, September P2, 1891. 



Randolph in a Scrape. London, September 12, 1891. 
Kabelbrief. Berlin, September 12, 1891 



Interstate Commerce Reports. Nos. 27-32. Vol. III. 



The Bovs 1 Star Library. No. 223 

The Five-Cent Wide Awake Library. No. 1068. 

The New York Detective Library. No. 460 

Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 411 



Practical Advertising Record. Arranged by W. A. Mer- 
rill eld. 
The Model Livery Record 



Correspondence Stub File Record 

Redskin and Cow-Boy. By G. A. Henty.... 
Transcript Record and Index to Real Estate. 



Laws of the Eighth Session of the General Assembly of 

Colorado. 
The Pilots of Pomona. By Robert Leigh ton 



Historical Essays. By Henry Adams 

Held Fast for England. By G. A. Henty 

In One Girl's Experience. By Mary H. Howell. 

The Beads of Tasmer. By Amelia E. Barr 



A Mistaken Identity. By Oscar F. G. Day 

The Division of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1844. 

By J. J. Reed. 
Mystic Cubes 



Lapse Record 



Order Entry 

Register of Policies and Bills 

Collectors' Tick 

Summary Register 

General Register 

The Dash for Khartoum. By G. A. Henty 



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Hoye's Kansas City Directory. 1891 

Shorthand Manuscript. For Lessons 1 and 2 



Shorthand Manuscript. For Lessons 3 and 4 

Shorthand Manuscript. For Lessons 5 and 6 

Shorthand Manuscript. For Lessons 7, 8, and 9 

Shorthand Manuscript. For Lessons 10, 11, and 12 

Analogical Syllabic Shorthand. By Francis H. Hem- 
perly. 



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New York. 
Do. 
New York Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
The Lawyers' Co-operative 
Pub. Co., Rochester, N.Y. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
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New York. 
W. A. Merrirield, 

Freeport, 111. 
Model Ledger Company, 

South Bend, Ind. 
S. H. Wood, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
B. F. Othick, 

Fort Scott, Kans. 
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State, Denver. 

Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
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The Am. Sunday School 
Union, Philadelphia. 

Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
R. H. Merriam, St. Paul. 
J. J. Reed, Bolivar, Mo. 

McLoughlin Bros. , 

New York. 
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Philadelphia. 
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Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Hoye Directory Company, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
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Buffalo, N. Y. 
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Company, Philadelphia. 



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Titles. 



Illustrated Catalogue and Price List. 1891 
The New Game, 13—4 



Pbopbietobs. 



Wagram. By T. II. Miller 

Silver Threads in I Hi vine and Song. 
Spelling Bee Kame 



By F. C. Bonnetl . 



Word Frolic 

Letter Tournam ent 

Manufacture of (ream of Tartar. By Louis Paparelli. ... 

Illustrated Price List of Jr. O. U. A. M. Regalia and 
Council Supplies. 

Book of Proverbs and Quotations 

Tales from Town Topics. No. 1 



Vagori or Vicissitudes of a Vagabond. By Joseph 

McVittie. 
Elementary Chemistry. By George F. Barker. Second 

edition. 
The History of Historical Writing in America. By J. 

Franklin Jameson. 
Art and Artists of Our Time. Parts 45 to 66, inclusive. 

By Clarence Cook. 
Blank, Surveyors' Permanent Kecord, Kansas 



Blank, Surve} r ors' Permanent Kecord for Filing with 

Register of Deeds. Kansas. 
Indika. Country and People of India and Ceylon. By 

John F. Hurst. 

Banket Society Directory 

Our Splendid New Plan 



The Kewell Dish Washer 

Life and Letters of Joseph Hardy Xeesima. Bv Arthur 

S. Hardy. 
According to St. John. By Amelie Rives 



The Musical Life and How to Succeed in it. By Thomas 

Tapper. 
Man's Friend, the Dog. By Geo. B. Taylor 



Miss Maxwell's Affections. By Richard Pryce 

Dauchy & Company's Newspaper Catalogue. Edition 1891. 
The Double Capacity Itemizing Ledger 



Children's Delight for 1891 

Sunday Chat for 1892 

Nursery Plays 

Playtime for 1892 

Romps and Plays for Happy Days.... 

Good Cheer for 1892 

Our Little Men and Women. 1891 

Little People 

Classics of Babyland 

On the Tree-Top 

Sunshine for Babyland 



Dalton-Ingersoll Company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Northrop, 

New Haven, Conn. 
T. H. Miller, New York. 
I". C. Bonnett, Mahaffey, Pa. 
McLoughlin Bros., 

New York. 
Go. 
Go. 
Louis Paparelli, 

Berkeley, ( al. 
The M. C. Lilley Company. 
Columbus. Ohio. 
Jere Johnson, jr.. New York. 
Town Topics Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Joseph McVittie, 

Albion, X. Y. 
John P. Morton & Co., 

Louisville. Ky. 
J. Franklin Jameson, 

Providence R. I. 
SelmarHess. New York. 

Bennett A. Bailey. 

Topeka, Kans. 
Do. 



Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Fred. Banket, New York. 
Ceo. M. Re well. 

Cleveland. Ohio. 
Do. 
Arthur S. Hardy, 

Hanover, N. If. 
Amelie Rives Chanter, 

Virginia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany. New York. 
Harper & Bios.. New York. 
Danchy & Co., New Fork. 
J. R. Rupert, 

South Bend, Ind. 
Lothrop Co., Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
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Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
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Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Young Folk's Golden Treasury of Literature, Science, 
and Biography. 

National Flowers By Fannie A. Deane 

Child Classics. By Mary R. Fitch 

Short Cuts and By-Paths. By Horace Lunt , 

Instructions for Using the Buckeye Engine , 



Handbook of Materia Medica, Pharmacy, and Therapeu- 
tics. By Samuel O. L. Potter. Third edition, revised. 

Csesar's Column. Af E. Boisgilbert (Ignatius Donnelly ; 
Norwegian translation. ) 

Modern Dress Reform. By Margaret Manton 



The Wilkes-Barre Cyclone 



Combined Deposit Ledger and Balance Book. 



Atlas of the City of Buffalo, New York 

Instruction Book for Writing Lessons. By H. W. Flick- 

inger. 

Saved by a Dream. By Consuelo , 

The Tonga Islands and other Groups. By Emma H. 

Adams. 
Sir Walter Scott's Marmion. Edited by Mary H. Norris. 

Our Redeemer. Nos. 13 and 14. By Martin Von Cochem ; 
translated by Francis M. Kemp. 

An Indictment of Russia. By Harold Frederic. Lon- 
don, September 5, 1891. 

Europe Talks War Again. By H. F. London, Septem- 
ber 12, 1891. 

A Collision at Sea. Queenstown, September 13, 1891.... 



Special Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, September 14-19, in- 
clusive, 1891. 

Commercial Report of the Union Credit Company of St. 
Paul. 

Native Life in India. By Henry Rice 



Men of Mark. By William J. Simmons 

The Witch of Prague. By F. Marion Crawford 

The Countess Palatine. Nos. 88 and 89 .. 

Specimen pages of the Eclectic Physical Geography. By 

Russell Hinman. 

Labor (Business) Exchange. Registration Form 

He Fell Among Thieves. By David C. Murray and 

Henry Herman. 

Arthur Helmuth. By E. S. Ellis 

Nature' s Elixirs 



Stromkarlen. Praktisk larobok, for violin 

Led in Unknown Paths. By Anna F. Raffensperger 



Sexual Life Revealed 

Joliet City Directory for 1891. Vol. 1. 



D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Buckeye Engine Company, 
Salem, Ohio. 
P. Blakiston, Son & Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 

American Press Association, 
New York. 
The Wilkes-Barre Daily and 
Sunday News Dealer, 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
The Herald, 

Grand Forks, N. Dak. 
G. M. Hopkins, Philadelphia. 
H. W. Flickinger, 

Philadelphia. 
Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

Pacific Press Publishing Co. , 
Oakland, Cal. 
Leach, Shewell & Sanborn, 
Boston. 
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New York Times, 

New York. 
Do. 

Press Pub. Co., New York 
World, New York. 

New York Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 
Union Credit Co. , St. Paul. 

Pacific Press Pub. Co. , 

Oakland, Cal. 
Geo. M. Rewell, Cleveland. 
F. Marion Crawford, U. S. 
A. Eichler, New York. 

American Book Co. , 

New York. 
A. O. Kittredge, New York. 
United States Book Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Health and Convenience Co. , 

Akron, Ohio. 

J. M. Benson, Minneapolis. 

Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., . 

New York. 
The Paul Manfg. Co., 

New York. 

The Joliet News Bindery 

Co., Joliet, 111. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Ionia in 1891 ; A Directory and Gazetteer 

Books. Series C. Nos. 1-5, 
By Carl Sclmrz 



Ohio Commercial Writin_ 
. inclusive. 
Abraham Lincoln ; An Essay 



The Ride to the Lady, and other Poems. By Helen 

Gray Cone. 
The Will in its Theological Relations. By John L. 

Girardeau. 
Songs of Worship. By W. A. Hubbard 



The Worl d Against Her. By Edward P. Roe 

Gospel Hymns. No. 6. By Ira D. Sankey, Jas. McGran- 
ahan, and Geo. C. Stebbins. 

Phonetic Shorthand Compendium. By W. W. Osgoodby. 

Digest of Sovereign Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F. ; Its Laws, 
Decisions, and Enactments. By John H. White. 

Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of the United States 
and the Sovereign Grand Lodge of the Independent 
Order of Odd Fellows, Irom its Formation in 1821. 
Vol. XIV. 

The Captain of Company K. By Joseph Kirkland 

Convenient Text Book Record 

Principles of the Christian Religion. By Algernon 
Pinney. 

Our Distinctive Plea. By J. C. Hollo way 



New Method for the Violin. 



French Pronunciation 

The Bible Student's Library. 



Nos. 65-72, inclusive. 



The Sentinel Library. Nos. 33-36, inclusive 

Elementary Linear Perspective of Form and Shadow. 

By S. Edward Warren. 
Record of Todd's Improved Chester- White Swine. Vol 

IV. 
Private Cable Code. Property of Charles Counselman 

&Co. 
Ohio Poland-China Record. Vol. XIII 



Poems of Sidney Lanier. New edition 
Prevailing Prayer. By E. Wigle 



Three Thousand Questions on Medical Subjects. Ar- 
ranged for Self-Examinations. 

The Most Perfect Thing in the World. By Edward R. 
Knowles. 

The Invasion of Maryland and other Verses. By Slythe 
Tabor. 

Law of Bills of Lading. By William W. Porter 

A Dictionary of Law. By Henry C. Bl ack 

Great Arctic Travelers. By Hugh Craig 



Proprietors. 



2 t E 



Edward J. Wright, 

Ionia, Mich. 
H. W. Ellsworth, 

New York. 
Carl Schurz and Houghton, 
Mifflin &Co., 

New York and Boston. 
Helen Gray Cone, 

New York. 
John L. Girardeau, 

Columbia, S. C. 
The Biglow & Main Co., 

New York. 

Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

The Biglow & Main Co., 

New York, and The John 

Church Co. , Cincinnati. 

W. W. Osgoodby, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
John H. White, 

Albion, N. Y. 
The Sovereign Grand Lodge 
of the Independent Order 
of Odd Fellows. 

Joseph Kirkland, Chicago. 
W. M. Welch, Omaha, Nebr. 
Algernon Pinney, 

Windham, Ohio. 
J. C. Holloway, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Frank T. Benjamin, 

New York. 
Jean De Peiffer, Boston. 
Pacific Press Publishing 
Company, Oakland, Cal. 
Do. 
S. Edward Warren, 

Newton, Mass. 
The Chester- White Record 
Assoc'n, Columbus, Ohio. 
Gustave Victorson, 

New York. 
The Ohio Poland-China 

Record Company. 
Mary D. Lanier, Macon, Ga. 
E. Wigle, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Edward R. Knowles, 

Wellington, Mass. 
W. Digby, jr., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
W. W. Porter, Philadelphia. 
West Pub. Co., St. Paul. 
Joseph L. Blamire, 

New York. 



10 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Adhesive Slips for Smith & Benedict's Revised Statutes- 
Supplement to Smith & Benedict's Eevised Statutes of 

Ohio. By Harry L. Burgoyne. 
Lady Patty. By the Duchess 



Illustrated Catalogue of Magazines 

Practical Anthems. Vol. 3 

The Drama of a Life. Chap. I. By Jean Kate Ludlum.. 

How to Compose and Arrange Music for a Band. By 

John Z. Boomhower. 

Bishop Joyce' s Sermon 

The Janitor's Boy. Chapter IX. By Win. O. Stoddard.. 
A Little New England Maid. Chapter VII. By Kate 

Tannatt Woods. 
Primary Lessons and Cards on the Life of Christ. By 

Lucy Wheelock. Vol. I, Lessons 5-12, inclusive. 
Outline Inductive Bible Studies. Intermediate Grade. 

Vol. I, Nos. 1 and 9. 
Outline Inductive Bible Studies. Progressive Grade. 

Vol. 1, Nos. 1, 3, 6, 9, 10. 
Outline Inductive Bible Studies. Advanced Grade. 

Vol. I, No. 1. 
The Universe and its Evolution. By S. J. Silberstein. . . 

Irl R. Hicks' Storm Calendar and Forecasts for 1892 



The Flour City Watch Association's Cooperative Plan 

of Selling Watches. 
Around the World in Eighty Weeks on a Bicycle. By 

Geo. D. Mitchell. VII. 
Gabriel' s Testament 



Lawyer's General Digest. Book VI, Nos. 22-23. 
Hiilfe in Lebensgefahr 



Proprietors. 



The Ohio Valley Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Do. 

J. B. Lippincott Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
J. Walker Thompson, 

New York. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
John Z. Boomhower, 

Haverhill, Mass. 
D. A. Perrin, Bradford, Pa. 
Wm. 0. Stoddard. 
Kate T. Woods, 

Salem, Mass. 
The Bible Study Pub. Co., 
Spencer, Mass. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

S. J. Silberstein, 

New York. 
Word and Works Pub. Co., 
St. Louis. 
W. L. Ellis, 

Minneapolis. 
George D. Mitchell, 

Washington, D. C. 
Elijah J. Berry man, 

Santa Rosa, Cal. 
The Lawyer's Cooperative 
Pub. Co., Rochester, N. Y. 
A.M. Schutt, 

Oakland, Cal. 



PERIODICALS. 



The Newsbook. 1891, No. 3 



Profitable Advertising. Vol. 1, No. 4, September, 1891, 
The Central Law Journal. September 11, 1891 



The Central Law Journal. September 18, 1891 
The Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 10 



The Federal Reporter. Vol. 46, No. 13 , 

The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 7 

The Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 20 

The Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 20... 
The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 16, No. 18 , 
The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 17, No. 1 .. 



Lambert Willstaedt, 

Joplin, Mo. 
C. F. David, Boston. 

Central Law Journal Co., 

St. Louis. 
Do. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



11 



PERIODIC A.LS— Contini ED 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Albany Law Journal. September 12, 1891. 
The Banner Weekly. No. 463 



The Pilgrim of Our Lady of Martyrs. October, 1891... 
American Notes and Queries. September 12, 1891 



The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. September 
12, 1891. 

Medical Record. September 12, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. September 12, 1891., , 



The Scholars' Magazine. October, 1891. 
The Home Guard. September. 1891 



The Academy. September, 189L 
Our Day. September, 1891 



The Banking Law Journal. August 15, 1891, 



The Banking Law Journal. September 1, 1891, 
Lend a Hand. September, 1891 



Dickerman's United States Treasury Counterfeit De- 
tector. September, 1891. 
The American Journal of Obstetrics. September, 1891. 

The Delta Upsilon Quarterly. August, 1 891 

Ridley's Fashion Magazine. Autumn, 1891 , 

The Engineering Record. September 12, 1891 

School and Home. September 15, 1891 

Puck's Library. October, 1891 



The Scholars' Lesson Guide. October, November, De- 
cember, 1891. 
Golden Hours. September 19, 1891 



The New York Family Story Paper. September 26, 1 891 ., 
Solon's Sector. September, 1891 



The American Contractor. September 12, 1 891 

The Youth's Companion. September 17, 1891 

The New York and Paris Young Ladies' Fashion Bazar. 

October, 1891. 
The Echo. September, 1891 



New York Amusement Gazette. September 14, 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveler. September 19, 1891 

Texas Sittings. September 19, 1891 



American Architect. September 12, 1H91 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. September 
12, 1891. 

Architecture and Building. September 12, 1891 

The Farmer's Review. September 9, 1891 



Bradstreet's. September 12, 1891, 



Weed, Parsons & Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 
Beadle & Adams. 

New York. 

R. S. Dewey, Philadelphia. 

The West minster Publishing 

Company, Philadelphia. 

L. K. Strouse&Co., 

New York. 
Win. Wood & Co., New York. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
The Sunday School Times, 
Philadelphia. 

E. J. Smith, 

Providence, R. I. 
George A. Bacon, Boston. 
Our Day Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Thomas B. Paton, 

New York. 
Do. 
J. Stilman Smith & Co., 

Boston. 
W. Dickerman, New York. 

Wm. Wood & Co. , New York. 

F. M. Crossett, New York. 

E. Ridley & Sons, New York. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
Wm. L. Thomas, St. Louis. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
The Punday School Times, 

Philadelphia. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
Supreme Lodge Order of 
Solon, Pittsburg, Pa, 

B. Edwards & Co. , Chicago. 
Perry Mason & Co. , Boston. 
George Munro, New York. 

Echo Music Pub. Co. , 

Lafavette, Ind. 

F. T. Low, New York. 
Review Print. Co. , Chicago. 
Texas Sittings Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Ticknor & Co. , Boston. 

W. B.Dana & Co., 

New York. 

W. T. Comstock, New York. 

Hannibal H. Chandler & 

Co. , Chicago. 

The Bradstreet Pub. Co., 

New York. 



12 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Teachers' Institute and Practical Teacher. Septem- 
ber, 1891. 

American Horse Breeder. September 12, 1891 

Bishop's ABC Guide. September, 1891 



The American Paper Trade. September 12, 1891. 
The Mail Coach. September 19, 1891 



The New Nation. September 12, 1891 

The World's Office Diary. September, 1891 



Fox's Weekly. September 21, 1891. 
Tobacco. September 11, 1891 



The Epoch. September 11, 1891 



The New York Fireside Companion. September 26, 1891. 
The New York Fireside Companion. October 3, 1891.... 
The New York Fireside Companion. October 10, 1891.. 
Belford's Monthly and Democratic Review. September, 

1891. 
The Iowa Sunday-School Teacher. September, 1891 



Nachrichten aus Deutchland und Amerika. September 

16, 1891. 
Harness Gazette. September, 1891 



Mackey's ABC Guide. September 19, 1891. 
The Voice of Fashion. Fall, 1891 



The Scrap Book. September, 1891.... 
The Climatologist. September, 1891. 



Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. September 12, 1891. 

The Quiver. October, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. October, 1891 



Life. September 17, 1891. 



The Texas Monthly. August, 1891 

New Yorker Dressmaker. September 15, 1891. 
The School World. September, 1891 



The Architectural and Building Monthly. September, 

1891. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter. September 17, 1891 



Lippincott' s Magazine. October, 1891 

The Baby Pathfinder. September 16, 1891 

The Illustrated American. September 19, 1891 
Western School Journal. September, 1891 



Peopeietoes. 



The National Police Gazette. September 26, 1891 

The Sunday School Times. September 19, 1891 



E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
George B. James, Boston. 
Traffic Pub. Co., 

San Francisco. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 
The Mail Coach Co., 

New York. 
Edward Bellamy, Boston. 
World's Office Diary Pub. 
Co., New York. 

Richard K. Fox, New York. 
The T. H. Delano Pub. Co., 
New York. 
The Epoch Pub. Co., 

New York. 
George Munro, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
E. Belford, New York. 

Samuel J. Lindsay, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
Germania Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Harness Gazette Pub. Co., 

Rome, N. Y. 
Joseph Mackey, New York. 
Goldsberry, Doran & Nelson, 
Chicago. 
H. S. Mills, St. Paul. 

W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
E. & H. T. Anthony & Co., 

New York. 
CassellPub. Co., New York. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Henry A. Moos, Seguin, Tex. 
A. Tessmer, New York. 

D.H.Knowlton&Co., 

Farmington, Me. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
A. J. Bicknell, New York. 

Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Co. , 

Philadelphia. 

The New England Railway 

Publishing Co. , Boston. 

Illustrated American Pub. 

Co., New York. 

John Macdonald, 

Topeka, Kans. 



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PERIODICALS— Continu kd. 



Titles. 



University Extension. September, 1891. 



Proprietors. 



Harper's Weekly. September 19, 1891 

Harper's Young People. September 15, 1891 
The Police News. September 19, 1891. 



Godey's Lady's Book. October, 1891 

Illustrated Christian Weekly. September 19, 1891. 
Judge. September 19, 1891 



Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. September 19, 

1891. 
The New York Ledger. September 19, 1891 



The Stationer and Printer. September 15, 1891. 
The Jewelers' Weekly. September 16, 1891 



Fox's Weekly. September 28, 1891 , 

Forest and Stream. September 17, 1891. 



Skolen og Hj emmet. September 15, 1891 

The Rural New Yorker. September 19, 1891 



The Architectural Era. September, 1891 
The Chautauquan . October, 1891 



American Machinist. September 17, 1891 

The Ave Maria. September 19, 1891 

The Electrical World. September 19, 1891.... 

Western Electrician. September 19, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. September 16, 1891. 

The Delineator. October, 1891 

New York Clipper. September 19, 1891 



The Christian Herald. September 16, 1891 

The Yankee Blade. September 19, 1891 

The Golden Weekly. October 1, 1891 

The Boys of New York. October 3, 1891 | 

The People's Railway Guide. September 15, 1891 

Painting and Decorating. September, 1891 



Electrical Review. September 19, 1891 

Kate Field's Washington. September 16, 1891. 

Garden and Forest. September 16, 1891 

Puck. September 16, 1891 



American Society for Exten- 
sion of University Teach- 
ing, Philadelphia. 
Harper & Bros. , New York. 

Do. 
Police News Pub. Co., 

Boston. 
Godey Publishing Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Illustrated Christian Weekly 
Co. , New York. 

Judge Publishing Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
J. Sawtelle Ford, Chicago. 
Jewelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 
Skolen og Hj emmet Publish- 
ing Co., Strong City, Iowa. 
The Rural Publishing Co., 
New York. 
D. Mason & Co., New York. 
Theodore L. Flood, 

Meadville, Pa. 
American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
The W. J. Johnson Co., 

New York. 
Electrician Publishing Co., 
Chicago. 
Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
The Butterick Publishing 
Co. , New York. 

The Frank Queen Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 
C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
House Painting and Deco- 
rating Co. , Philadelphia. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 
New York. 



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PERIODIC ALS—Contin ued. 



Titles. 



The Housekeeper. September 1 5, 1891 

The Keystone. September, 1891 

The Western Brewer. September 15, 1891. 



Proprietors. 



Buckeye Publishing Com- 
pany, Minneapolis. 
Samuel H. Steele, 

Philadelphia. 
H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



The Syndicate. A comedy-drama in four acts. By 


Mary P. Reese, 


Mary Palmer Reese and Mary H. Ford. 


Kansas City, Mo. 


A Show of Hands. By W. R. Walkes 


T. H. French, New York. 


Arkansaw' s Visit 


Edward Howard New 




York ; John Talbert, El- 




mira, N. Y. ; John H. 




Blackford, St. Joseph, 




Mo. ; Frank Russell, 




New York. 


The Lime-Kiln Club in an Uproar. By H. Llewellyn 


R. H. Russell & Son, 


Williams. 


New York. 



MAPS. 



The City of Dayton, Ohio. By F. J. Cellarius. 



The City of St. Louis 

Round Rock, Tex. August, 1891. 



Burnet, Tex. August, 1891 

Richfield Springs, N. Y. August, 1891 

Pasco, Wash. August, 1891 

Joliet, 111. August, 1891 

Stillwater, Minn. August, 1891 

O'Neil, Nebr. August, 1891 

Map of Jackson Park. 1893 



F. J. Cellarius, 

Dayton, Ohio. 
A. C. Shewey, St. Louis. 
Sanborn -Perris Map Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Phillipson Bros., Chicago. 



CHARTS. 



Diagram of Time and Longitude 

Who? When? and What? Famous Men and Events of 

Six Centuries. 
Mind Chart 



Eli L. Sheldon. 
Mary Parmele, 



New York. 



Alex. E. Frye, 

San Bernardino, Cal. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Sondagsskolmarsch 

Light Heart Schottische. 



By H. T. Stratham, for piano.. 



A. L. Skoog, Minneapolis. 
Henry White, 

Washington, D. C. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Mock Orange Waltz. By E. H. Frey, for banjo and guitar. 
Moss Rose Gavotte. By E. H. Frey, for mandolin and 

guitar. 
Love is a Mist. Waltz. By E. II. Frey, for mandolin, 

banjo, and guitar. 
Lily of the Valley March. By E. H. Frey, for two guitars 
Mountain Pink Schottische. By E. H. Frey, for mandolin, 

and guitar. 

Blue Bell Polka. By E. H. Frey, for two banjos 

Fuschia Schottische. By E. H. Frey, for two banjos 

Tuberose Polka Mazurka. By E. H. Frey, for two guitars 

Evening Primrose Waltz. By E. H. Frey, for guitar 

Bouquet of Flowers Serenade. By E. H. Frey, for two 

guitars. 
Miss Decima Waltz. By Audran ; arranged for piano by 

P. Bucalossi. 
There's None Can Forgive Like a Mother. Words and 

music by J. P. Skelly. 
Farewell to the Forest. Mixed voices. Music by Alfred 

Dregert ; English version by E. Buck. 
The Parting. Men's voices. Music by Alfred Dregert ; 

English version by E. Buck. 
Drinking Song. Men's voices. Music by I. Henden- 

blad ; English version by Nathan H. Dole. 
Praise, all ye People. (Psalm cxvii. ) Music by Aug. 

Soderman ; English version by N. H. Dole. 
Papillons Bleus. By Francis Thame, for piano. Revised 

and fingered by William Scharfenberg. 
Cherry Diamond Gavotte. By Harriet Estelle Brown, 

for piano. 

Mazurka. By Gonzalo de J. Nunez, for piano 

The Passion-Flower Valse Brillante. By F. R. Webb, 

for piano. 
Petite Serenade. By G. Bachmann, for piano. Edited 

and fingered by William Scharfenberg. 
Polka-Ballet. By G. Bachmann, for piano. Edited and 

fingered by William Scharfenberg. 
Sonatina, No. 1, in F. By G. Bachmann, for piano. 

Edited and fingered by William Scharfenberg. 
Sonatina, No. 2, in C. By G. Bachmann, for piano. 

Edited and fingered by William Scharfenberg. 
Sonatina, No 3, in C. By G. Bachmann, for piano. 

Edited and fingered by William Scharfenberg. 
Sonatina, No. 4, in D. By G. Bachmann, for piano. 

Edited and fingered by William Scharfenberg. 
Lady of Light. (Salve, O Biondina.) Words by L. 

Bevacqua ; music by S. Gastaldon ; translated by N. 

H. Dole. (Mezzo Soprano, in C.) 
I Arise from Dreams of Thee Words by P. B. Shelley ; 

music by C. W. Coombs. (Soprano or tenor, in E flat.) 
My Love. Song. By C. W. Coombs. (Soprano or tenor, 

in G.) 
The Nutcrackers and the Sugar-Tongs. Words by Ed- 
ward Lear ; music by George Ingraham. (For low 

voice, in C. ) 
You and I. Love song. By B. Cecil Klein, for piano.... 

Congratulation. By B. Cecil Klein, for piano 

Spinning Wheel. By B. Cecil Klein, for piano 



Propk MOTORS. 



S. S. Stew ail. Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

E. Ascherberg & Co. , 

London, England. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



La Napolitaine. By G. Bachmann, for piano. Edited 

and fingered by William Scharfenberg. 
Petite Reverie. By G. Bachmann, for piano. Edited 

and fingered by William Scharfenberg. 
Souvenir de Baden Baden. By Harry Rowe Shelley. 

Arranged for piano ; four hands. 
Marieada Waltzes. By L. A. Callan. Arranged for one 

or two banjos. 
Sailing Home. Words and music by O. W. Lane. Op. 

109. 
Gleams of Sunshine. Words by Minnie B. Lowrie ; 

music by H. P. Danks. 
Bonnie Bessie Lee. Words by Willie Warbler ; music 

by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 
Over the Blue Bells Waltz. By Fred. A. Fillmore, for 

piano. 

Sunshine Waltz. By G. W. Smith, for piano 

La Louisianaise Valse. By Leonice Vincent, for piano.. 

Viennese Serenade, for piano. By Alfred Griinfeld 



Had I the Choosing. Words by Miss Minnie Gilmore ; 

music by A. G. Robyn ; guitar accompaniment ar- 
ranged by Henry Werner. 
Sweet Summer Time. Words by Samuel Callan ; music 

by H. Nilsson. 
Melody, in F. By A. Rubinstein. Op. 3. Arranged for 

violin and piano. 
Maiden and the Bird. Words by Lilly Hendrix ; music 

by M. A. Gilsinn, with violin obligato. 

Santa Rita Polka. By Carl S. Gung'l, for piano 

Never Forgotten Valse. By H. Stiles, for piano ; revised 

and fingered by F. R, Wenger. 
Echoes from Mexican and Cuban Shores. By Amelia 

Cammack, for piano. 
Crystal Bells Waltz. By Miss Barbara Shepperd, for 

piano. 
Carmencita. By Otto Hackh. Op. 54. For piano 



Day Break. Mixed voices. Words by H.W. Longfellow ; 

music by Alfred R. Gaul ; edited by Chas. Belcarris. 
Sunrise. Mixed voices. Music by Michael Watson ; 

edited by Chas. Belcarris. 
Cobwebs. Mixed voices. Music by A. J. Caldicott ; 

edited by Chas. Belcarris. 
Sylvia. Mixed voices. Music by Walter Macfarren ; 

edited by Chas. Belcarris. 

Te Deum, in C. By F. Norman Adams 

The Nutcrackers and the Sugar-Tongs. Mixed voices. 

Words by Edward Lear ; music by Geo. Ingraham. 
The Daddy Long-Legs and the Fly. Mixed voices. 

Words by Edward Lear ; music by Geo. Ingraham. 
Myosotis Nocturne. By Heinrich Linchner, for the piano. 
Scherzetto. By G. Bachmann, for the piano. Edited 

and fingered by Wm. Scharfenberg. 
June Barcarolle., By Peter Tschaikowsky, for the piano. 

Edited and arranged by Wm. Scharfenberg. 
Love's Mirror. (German Folk Song.) Music arranged 

by A. L. 



Proprietors. 



G. Schirmer, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Henry White, 

Washington, D. C. 
O. W. Lane, 

Gloucester, Mass. 
Fillmore Bros. , 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Philip Werlein, 

New Orleans. La. 
Balmer & Weber Music 
House Co. , St. Louis, Mo. 
Do. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

The Louis Grunewald Co. 
(Ltd.), New Orleans, La. 
Do. 

Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Stanley Lucas, Weber & 
Company, London. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Conti n u kd. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Iola. By Popplewell Eoyle, for piano 

Dancing - Sunbeams Schottische. By Lew Crouch ; ar- 
ranged for two "banjos. 
Golden Moon. By Charles Drumheller 

Agnes. Words hy Joseph Carew ; music by Franz Peter- 

silia. 
The Sailor's Vision. (Song for baritone.) Words hy 

Edward Fuller ; music hy G-. L. Conchois. 
Comrades. By Felix McGlennon ; arranged for guitar 

hy Frank N. Scott. 
An Irish Stew. Arranged for banjo hy Chas. C. Bertholdt 

Sunshine Waltz. By Maud A. Hageman 

Pearls. By G. B. Brigham. Song for baritone with 

chorus for male voices. 

Marie. By W. C. E. Seehoeck. (For tenor) 

Worry and Fret. (Quartet for mixed voices.) By Fred. 

L. Morey. 
Night Brings Out the Stars. Words and music hy A. M. 

Thatcher. 
At Evening's Close. (A Slumher Song. ) By W. F. Sudds, 

piano solo. 
Wedding March. By Belle Clouser, for organ or piano.. 

Patsey Doolin's Chivaree. Words and music by J. F. 

Bean. 
Thinking of Home. Song. By Phil. Kussel 

Governor's March. By Messrs. Frank and Fisher, for 

piano. 
My Dearest Love. Song. By Charles A. Ware 

Forest Birds Polka. By L. A. Bettendorf, for piano 

The Hallet and Davis Grand Waltz. By Fernando de 

Anguera, for piano. 

Valse Aileen. By Fernando de Anguera, for piano 

Segrid Valse. Brillante. By Fernando de Anguera, for 

piano. 

Yellow and Blue Waltz. By Fernando de Anguera 

Forest and Stream Waltz. By Gus. Graves, for piano.. . . 

Little Dew Drops. By J. W. Fowlring, for orchestra.... 

Chanson Cosaque. By P. de Vetski, for piano 

Reverie, in E flat. By P. de Vetski, for piano 

Medley Waltz. By Charles G. Ransom ; arranged for 

banjo, guitar, mandolin, and violin. 
Honey, Come Along, or Going to the Fair. Words and 

music by J. T. Ruff. 
How do You Like the Baby? Words and music by 

Charles Connolly. 
Fighting Life's Battle Alone. Words by W. C. Rohey ; 

music by Charles Connolly. 
The Drummer is the Beau for Me. Words and music 

by J. R. Hald. 
Remsen Row. Song. By Clara Bell Brown 

3te 



E. Ascherberg & Company, 

London. 

Lew Crouch, Natick, Mass. 

White-Smith Music Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
Do. 

Do. 

L. B. Gatcomb Company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Do. 
Maud A. Hageman. 
The S. Brainard's Sons Com- 
pany. Chicago. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Belle Clouser, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 
J. F. Bean, Augusta, Me. 

Chicago Music Company, 

Chicago. 
Geo. Willig & Company, 

Baltimore. 
Ware Brothers, 

Philadelphia. 
C. J. Whitney & Company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Patersen & Wayman, 

Chicago. 
J. W. Fowlring, Albia, Iowa. 
William Morlev, London. 

Do. 
National Music Co. , Chicago. 

Do. 

Albert Loraine & Co. , 

New York. 
Do. 



J. R. Hald, 



Chicago. 



Clara Bell Brown, 

Washington, D. C. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Harvest and Thanksgiving Annual No. 4. Prepared by 

J. R. Murray. 

American Navy March. By C. A. Cappa, for piano 

Indian War Dance. By Herman Bellstedt, jr. ; arranged 

for orchestra. 
Introduction and March. By William A. Roebuck ; 

piano, four hands. 
Our Summer Outing Waltzes. By W. F. Sudds. Op. 

195, for piano. 
Etude Characteristique. By H. A. Wollenhaupt, for 

piano ; revised, edited, and fingered by Emil Liebling 
La Fontaine. By C. Bohm, for piano ; revised and 

edited by Emil Liebling. 
Cappa' s Band March. By Raphael Fassett ; arranged 

for piano. 
Frolic of the Crows (Gosling). Arranged for orchestra 

by E. Sarnighausen. 
Fair Columbia. By R. E. Hennings ; arranged for 

orchestra by D. S. McCosh. 
The Famous Yorke. By Belle Noble Jenkinson, for 

piano. 
Childhood Skirt Dance. By Belle Noble Jenkinson, for 

piano. 
Never in a Case Like That. Words and music by James 

McAvoy. 
Only a Woman's Heart. Words and music by Charles 

Graham. 
O Sing Me a Song of the Olden Time. Words by Ella 

B. Whittier ; music by F. S. O'Flyng. 
Purling Brooklet. By Otto Pfefferkorn, for piano 

Grand Jubilee March. By Ettie Shanklin, for piano 

Those Dear Blue Eyes. Words by A. H. ; music by J. 

A. Fourrier. 
Ho! EveryOne that Thirsteth. By H.Wilson. (Mixed 

voices, solo, and duet. ) 

Joys of Spring. By A. Giebel. (Female quartette) 

Fast Falls the Eventide. By H. P. Danks. (Quartette 

for mixed voices.) 

Festivity Quadrille. By T. H. Rollinson, for band 

So Neat and Sweet Schottische. By Edwin Christie, 

for orchestra. 
Pretty Little Daisy Schottische. By Edwin Christi, for 

orchestra. 
Learning the Lesson. Words and music by Hatton Wells, 
If I Sailed Away. Words by Emily S. Weed; music by 

S. T. Draper. 

Eileen Mazurka. By Chester Hatton, for piano 

Fauntleroy March. By Chester Hatton, for piano 

Mystic Gavotte. By Chester Hatton, for piano 

Summer Dream. By Chester Hatton, for piano 

Here Below i Ici-Bas) . Song. By J. Duprato 

When the Old Man Sings. Song. By Josephine Gro .... 

Memories of Italy. By Will. N. Gates, for piano 

Violets, I Send Thee. Words by H. Heine; music by 
^Eric Meyer-Helmund. Op. 62, No. 2. 

Rodman Polka. By John F. Gilder, for piano 

O, Faithful Moon (Luna Fedel). Song. By Luigi Denza. 



Proprietors. 



The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

The S. Brainard Son's Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

D. H. Baldwin & Co., 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Do. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Felix Stiles O'Flyng, 

Elsmore, Kans. 

Denver Music Publishing 

Company, Denver, Colo. 

Ettie Shanklin, Chicago. 

J. A. Fourrier, 

Baton Rouge, La. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



19 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS CONTINl ED. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Overture Napoleon. By Frederick; arranged for band.... 

Helena (andante and polka). By Frederick; arranged 

for band. 
Patrol Comique. By Thomas Hindley; arranged for 

guitar by E. G. Harbaugh. 
The Brook. By Arnold D. Culley; arranged for four 

voices. 
The Singer, not the Song. Words by Amy Thorn : music 

by T. E. Spinney. 
The Office for the Holy Communion. Set to music in B 

flat by C. J. Michdd. 
Highland Echoes. By Donald Gillespie, for piano 



J.G. Richards & Co., 

Cleveland. 
Do. 



J. Schott, 



New York. 



The Fairies Spring (cantata for female voices). Words 
by Clifton Bingham; music by F. H. Co wen. 

Snapper Schottische. By Charles Warmer, for piano 

Josephine March. By A. La Guardia, for piano 

Dora Gavotte. By Henry Sticht, for piano 

Musical Scenes from Switzerland. By Otto Langey. Op. 
92, arranged for orchestra. 

One Sweetly Solemn Thought. By S. A. Dow. (For 
contralto solo and mixed chorus.) 

O God, the Protector. By D. Buck. Op. 50. (Quar- 
tette in canon. ) 

Brighter Than Day. Words and melody by Tom-Ri-Jon 
Elliott ; harmonized by Chas. E. Pratt. 

Those Evening Bells. Words by Thos. Moore ; music 
by Hugh J. Donnelly. 

Meadowsweet. (A cantata for treble voices.) Words 
by Bernard Page ; music by Arthur Page. 

Lost Chord. By Arthur Sullivan ; arranged for 4 horns. 

Nearer My God to Thee, Hunter's Farewell, and The 

Chapel. Arranged for 4 horns. 

Fabio's March. By G. F. Daniels ; arranged for band 

Denver Club Quickstep. By F. G. Walton ; arranged 

for band. 

(Andante and waltz. ) By Frederick, for 



(Quickstep. ) By L. Frederick ; arranged 



Arranged 



Fascination 

band. 
The Chief. 

for band. 

The Elite. By Boos ; arranged for band 

Selections from the Opera of Sonnambula. 

for band by Bahr. 
The Charmer. (Andante and galop. ) By L. Frederick ; 

arranged for band. 
Comrades. (Patrol Quickstep.) By Barnard ; arranged 

for band. 
Danse Africaine, Cocoanut Dance. By Gilder ; arranged 

for piano, mandolin, and guitar. 
Japanese Dance. By Baker ; arranged for piano, guitar, 

and banjo by Geo. Barker. 
Estudiantina Waltz. By E. Waldteufel : arranged for 

two mandolins, guitar, and piano by H. C. Blackman. 
Danse Africaine, Cocoanut Dance. By Gilder ; arranged 

for two banjos, guitar, and piano by Geo. Barker. 
We'll Sing of Love. (Chantons 1' Amour!) By Fred. 

Boissiere. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Do. 

Do. 

Robert Cocks & Co. , 

London, England. 
Do. 

J. Schott, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Tom-Ri-Jon Elliott, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Hitchcock & McCargo Pub. 
Co. (L't.), New York. 
Forsyth Bros. , 

London, England. 
J. G. Richards & Co. , 

Cleveland. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Cleophas Polka. By Chas. Grimbel, jr., for piano.... 

A New York. By W. M. Barnes, for piano 

Tulip March. By V. E. Lorenzo, for piano 

Third Regiment March. By F. E. Weidman, for piano . 

Little Gossip March. By Phil. S. Rose, for piano 

Lemon Waltz. By G. O. Lang, for piano 

Chatterbox Waltz. By Phil S. Rose, for piano 

Apricot Schottische. By G. O. Lang, for piano 

Awake, My Soul. Words by Francis Thame* ; arranged 
by Mabel Haas. 

Danse des Arabes. By T. H. Sims, for guitar 

In the Valley Polka. By J. Pehel ; arranged by Clar- 
ence L. Partee, for two banjos. 

Request. By Ludwig Bredouw ; for mandolin and guitar 



Proprietors. 



Legg Bros. , 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



Kansas City, Mo. 



ENGrRAVINGS. 



The New Odd Fellows' Temple, Cincinnati 

Morning on the Hakensnack. By G. W. Bohde 

A Restful Evening. By Ernest C. Rost 

The Winding Brook. By Ernest C. Rost 

The Source of the Spring. By W. M. Cary 

The Shore Road. By R. Lovewell 

Evening on Lake Oneida. By R. Lovewell 

The Old Grist Mill. By Wm. M. Cary 

Spring Time. By Ernest C. Rost 

Crossing the Mill Stream. By Wm. M. Cary.... 

The Meadow Stream. By H. M. Rosenberg 

The Path on the Hill. By H. M. Rosenberg 

Seneca Lake. By Ernest C. Rost 



J. F. Schweninger, 

Cincinnati. 
Geo. W. Bohde, New York. 
Ernest C. Rost, New York. 

Do. 
Wm. M. Cary, New York . 
R. Lovewell, New York. 

Do. 
Wm. M. Cary, New York. 
Ernest C. Rost, New York. 
Wm, M. Cary, New York. 
H. M. Rosenberg, New York. 

Do. 
Ernest C. Rost, New York. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Great Arctic Travelers 

Heroes of History 

A Forest Scene 

Four Gnomes 

Little Boy with Turkish Fez 
Our Mission 

Jr. O. U. A. M 

Gen. U. S. Grant 

Gen. Robert E. Lee 

Gen. Phil. Sheridan 

Kaiser Wilhelm II 



J. L. Blamire, New York. 

Do. 
J. Ottmann Lithograph Co. , 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Dawson Lawrence Co. , 

Bethin, Pa. 
E. T. Morlan, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
W. F. McLaughlin & Co., 
Chicago. 
Do. 
* Do. 
Do. 



21 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Titles. 



Souvenir of Hawthorne's House of Seven Gables 

Rev. B. Fay Mills. No. 1 

Rev. B. Fay Mills. No. 2 

Well?! 

Fort William Henry Hotel, Lake George 

Lake George, west from the Lake House 

Blue Mountain from Blue Mountain Lake 

97. Mirror Lake House from the north Lake Placid 

98. Mirror Lake House, Lake Placid 

99. Mirror Lake House, Lake Placid 

185. Hotel Ampers and Saranac Lake 

186. Hotel Ampers and Saranac Lake 

206. Fort William Henry Hotel, Lake George, from east 
Eleven of Us. 8 by 20 



Proprietors. 



Frank Cousins, Salem, Mass. 
Eppert & Son, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 

Do. 
B. J. Falk, New York. 

S. R. Stoddard, 

Glen Falls, N. Y. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
H. J. Thim, Newark, N. J. 



CHKOMOS, 



An Optical Delusion 

Spring 

Winter 



The Aone Card & Pub. Co., 
Brooklyn. 
Clay, Robinson & Co., 

Chicago. 
Do. 



DRAWINGS, 



A Snake Charmer 

Performing Bull (Madras) 

Going to Work. Ponjab 

The Ekka 

A Money-Lender on a Deccan Pony .. 

Young Monkeys at Play 

A Restless Bedfellow 

A Graven Image 

Bhisti, or Water Carrier 

A Domestic Sacrifice (Mohammadan) 

In Royal State 

Waiting for the Raja 



Macmillan & Co. , New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 3No. l«. 



CATALOGUE 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON 



UNDER 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



FROM 



September 21 to September 26, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright 
has been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Homer's Odyssey. Books 1, 5, 9, and 10. Translated 

by George Rowland. 
Scientific Medicine in Its Relation to Homeopathy. By 

Theodor Bakody. Translated by R. F. Bauer. 
The Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Jn thirteen 

volumes. Vols. 1 and 2. 
Utica Hydraulic Cement 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 401 

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 738 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 673 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 25 

The Correct Progressive Euchre Score System 

Insurance Maps of Cincinnati, Ohio. Vol. 5. 1891 

Insurance Maps of Hudson County, N. J. Vol. 7. 1891 

The Grave Between Them. By Clarence Boutelle 

Selections for German Prose Composition. By Horatio 
S. White. 

Essentials of Physiology. By H. A. Hare. Third edi- 
tion. 

The Human Nature Library. No. 19 

The Communion Question Historically Considered. By 
J. L. Cole. 

" Domestic. " Improvements. 1891. Second edition 

Musical Maxims and Practice Precepts for Pianists , . 

Stoel ting's Labor-Saving System of Time-Keeping 

Stoelting's Daily Time Report Folder 

Grand Auction Sale of Choice Lots at Jerome Terrace 
and Fordham, October 12, 1891. 

Georgia Reports. Vol. 86. Peeples and Stevens, Re- 
porters. 

The Early Days and Men of California. By W. F. 
Swasey. 

The Conquests of Plassans. By Emile Zola 

Irma. By Lawrence Gordon 

Crowds at Lucerne. Lucerne, September 10, 1891 

They Like Aix. Aix-Les-Bains, September 10, 1891 

Delightful Homburg. Homburg, September 11, 1891..,. 
Papal Temporal Power. Brussels, September 11, 1891,. 
Amberg's Clever Ruse. London, September 11, 1891.... 
London's Budget of News. London, September 12, 1891. 

People One Knows. Paris, September 12, 1891 

Wagoner in Paris. Paris, September 12, 1891 

Parisian Chat About Men and Things. Paris, Septem- 
ber 12, 1891. 

"A Royal Divorce." London, September 13, 1891 

Artists in Holland. Laren, Holland, September 14, 1891. 

Millers and Machines. Paris, September 15, 1891 

Americans in Paris. Paris, September 15, 1891 

Lord Hawke's Cricketers. London, September 15, 1891. 

(3) 



Proprietors. 



Effingham Maynard & Co., 

New York. 
Boericke A. Tafel, 

Philadelphia. 
Oliver Wendell Holmes, 

Boston. 
The Utica Hydraulic Ce- 
ment Co., Utica, N.Y. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
W. T. Bulkeley, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Co., 

Limited, New York. 

Do. 

M. J. Ivers&Co., New York. 

Allyn & Bacon, Boston. 

Walter B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 

Fowler & Wells Company, 

New York. 

J. L. Cole,Centreville, Iowa. 

J. T. Toof, New York. 

Charles W. Harris, 

Troy, N. Y. 
Christ. H. Stoelting, 

Chicago. 
Do. 
James L. Wells, New York, 

The State of Georgia, by 

H. C. Peeples. 
W. F. Swasey, Oakland, Cal. 

Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

M. J. Ivers&Co., New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Season of Roses. Homburg, September 15, 1891.. 



A Daring Actress. Paris, September 10, 1 89 1 

Sibyl Sanderson. Paris, September 10, 1891 

Quoting the Herald. London, September 12, 1891 
New Route to Japan. Paris, September 12, 1891.. 
An American Star. Brussels, September 12, 1891. 
Pretty Girls at Saratoga 



Fathers of the Alliance. . . 
Fielding's Blooming Nose. 

Carrie Careless 

Closing the Season 

The Rain Makers 

Child Life in New York.... 

Visiting the Admiral 

Gay Carrie Careless 

The Woman of Fashion.... 
The Woman of Fashion.... 
The Waiters' Fine Tenor.. . 



Fashions for Autumn 

How to Improve the Race . 

Col. Cockerill's Letter 

Will Sunol Beat Maud S. ?. 

London's Lord Mayor 

Drifting Toward Tyranny.. 

Thoroughbred Travelers 

Knew It All 

In Black and Crimson 

Wit at the Dinner Table 



How to Make Bonbons 

Advanced Grade. Vol. I, No. 1 



By 



Gambling. By James H. Romain 

Irish Dialect Speakers. No. 7 

Riding and Driving 

The Earl's Atonement. By Bertha M. Clay 

National Song, Peace and Goodwill 

Journal System of Bookkeeping and Accounting. 
Chas. H. Robinson. 

El Educador Catolico. By Padre Lorenzo Scupoli and 
Tomas De Kempis. 

Lectures on the Constitution of the United States. By 
Samuel F. Miller. 

Memoirs of the Prince De Talleyrand. Edited by the 
Due De Broglie. Vol. 3. 

Stones for Building and Decoration. By Geo. P. Mer- 
rill. 

Glimpses of the Plant World. By Fanny D. Bergen 

The Cruel City. By Ernest De'Lancey Pierson 



Propeietoes. 



The Fatal Request. By A. L. Harris 

The Leaf-Collector's Hand-Book and Herbarium. By 
Chas. S. Newhall. 

Royal Echoes. By Julia A. Watkins 

Colorado Digest. By R. S. Morrison 



James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. ' 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 

Do. 
The Bible Study Publish- 
ing Co., Spencer, Mass. 
James H. Romain, Chicago. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
H. Boaze, Ostrander, Wis. 
Chas. H. Robinson, 

Utica, N. Y. 
J. W. Lyon, Guelph, Ont. 

Banks & Brothers, 

New York. 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 
John Wiley & Sons, 

New York. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 
Julia A. Watkins, Chicago. 
R. S. Morrison, Denver. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Hospital and Asylum Construction. By Geo. F. Ham- 
mond. Vol. I. 

History of Circumcision. By P. C. Remondino 

What is Man. By J. R. Lambert 

The Last Days of Pompeii. By Edward Bulwer, Lord 

Lytton. Vignette edition. 
A Treasury of Favorite Poems. Edited by Walter 

Learned. 
The Rockingham and Strafford Counties Register. For 

1891-'92. 

Francesca da Rimini. By E. Von Wildenbruch 

Augustus Jones, jr., and other Stories. By Fitz Hugh 

Ludlow. 
Recalled to Life. By Grant Allen 

A Text Book of Elementary Physics. By Edwin H. 
Hall and Jos. Y. Bergen. 

Practical Anatomy. By Henry C. Boenning 

Marshalltown City Directory, 1891-'92 

Radical Wrongs in Precepts and Practices of Civilized 

Man. By J. Wilson. 
Wayside Voices. By Wm. Stivers Bate 

Dick's Recitations and Readings. No. 17. Edited by 
Wm. B. Dick. 

Amaryllis 

The Marriage of Gerard. Translated by Mary L. Wat- 
kins. 

A Handbook of Industrial Organic Chemistry. By 
Samuel P. Sadtler. 

Running the Blockade. By W. H. Thomes 

Jesus Christ. Our Savior's Person, Mission, and Spirit. 
% Rev. Father Didon. Vols. 1 and 2. 

Como Losing Caste. Como, September 19, 1891 

At Auction ! 214 Lots, Comprising the Ryer Homestead, 

October 5, 1891. 
James L. Wells, Auctioneer, Real Estate, and Insurance 
Mrs. A. J. Wuerfel's Improved Dress Making Scales 

The Art of Poetry. By Horace. Translated by George 

Howl and. 
The Chaskel Booklet. No. 3 

The New Harry and Lucy. Chapter 1 5. By Edward 

E. Hale and Lucretia P. Ha4e. 
Studies at Biarritz. Biarritz, September 17, 1891 

Labouchere at Como. Cadenabbia, September 17, 1891 
Paris in its Autumn Days. Paris, September 19, 1891. 

Personals from Paris. Paris, September 19, 1891 

London's Timely Topics. London, September 19, 1891, 
McKinleyism Abroad. Manchester, September 19, 1891 
Mme. Schirmer Returning. London, September 19, 1891 
Drunkenness a Disease. London, September 19, 1891... 
The Nitrate King. London, September 19, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Geo. F. Hammond. 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
F. A. Davis, Philadelphia. 

Lambert Brothers, 

Lamoni, Iowa. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 

Union Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Laird & Lee, Chicago. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 



Henry Holt & Co. 



New York. 



Do. 



F. A. Davis, Philadelphia. 
Chas. Pettibone & Co. , 

Marshalltown, Iowa. 
J.Wilson, Newark, N.J. 

William Stivers Bate, 

New York. 

Dick & Fitzgerald, 

New York. 

Cassell Pub. Co., New York. 

Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

S. P. Sadtler, Philadelphia, 

Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

D. Appleton & Company, 

New^ York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
James L. Wells, New York. 

Do. 
Mrs. A. J. W T uerfel, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Effingham Maynard & Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Chaskel Chemical 
Works, New York. 
The Commonwealth Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Dissection Guide for Elementary Zoology. By C. 

Dwight Marsh. 
The Relief of the Army of the Cumberland. By Wm. 

Farrar Smith. 
Reports of the Interstate Commerce Commission. Vol. 

4, No. 28. 
West Point, Mrs. Hephaestus, and other Stories. By 

Geo. A. Baker. 
Treasurer's Cash for Savings and Loan Societies... 



Secretary's Ledger for Savings and Loan Societies 

A Treatise on Wooden Trestle Bridges. By Wolcott C. 

Foster. 
Poetry with Reference to Aristotle's Poetics. By Albert 

S. Cook. 
Electricity for Engineers. Revised edition. By Charles 

Desmond. 

Alternate Current Apparatus. By Charles Desmond 

How the Rose Found the King's Daughter. By Maud 

Meuefee. 
Mother Goose's Christmas Party. By Abby Morton 

Diaz. 

Zay. By Ruth Hay 

Midshipman Davy. By Willis J. Abbott 

Anton and Antoine. By Rosalie Kaufman 

'•Pete." By Helen E. Starrett 

Old Grip, the Crow. By Oli ve Thorne Miller 

The Voice of a Violin. Bv William E. Baldwin 



Proprietors. 



The Century Dictionary of the English Language. Part 

23. Trust- Vysar. 
Hannah's Twins. By M. A. Ray. Chapter 1-3 



Yorkie Wier. By L. C. Rogers. Chapter 13. 



Her Father's Victim. By Thomas P. Montfort, Chap 
ter2 3. 

The Art of Bookselling. By C. D. Raymer. Chapter 2.. 

Our Sil ent Salesman 

Ein Politischer Schachzug Russland's. Berlin, Septem- 
ber 19, 1891. 

Die Pforte unci der Zweibund. London, September 18, 
1891. 

The Exile. Chapter 9. By Forrest Crissey 

The Field and the Fruit. By James H. Tuttle 



The Sabbath in Puritan New England. By Alice M. 
Earle. 

The. Freebooter of the Baltic. Translated by Caroline 
L. Broomall. 

Hotels of Chicago. By H. E. Schaft 

The Drama of a Life. By Jean Kate Ludlum. Chap- 
ter 7-9. 

The Chatauquans. By John Habberton. Chapters 21-22.. 

Evolution, Its Nature, Its Evidences, etc. By Joseph 
Le Conte. 

Bible Light on Mission Paths 



C. Dwight Marsh, 

Ripon, Wis. 
Wm. Farrar Smith, 

Wilmington, Del. 
L. K. Strouse & Company, 
New York. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
Hemphill & Lawrence, 

Minneapolis. 
Do. 
John Wiley & Sons, 

New York. 
Albert S. Cook, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Engineer Gazette Co., 

Chicago. 
Do 
Searle & Gorton, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Globe Press Ass'n, 

New York. 
The Century Co., 

New York. 
Thomas H. B. Pierce, 

Dexter, Me. 
L. C. Rogers, 

Capioma, Kans. 

A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 

Company, Chicago. 

C. D. Raymer, Minneapolis. 
Hill Brothers, New York. 
New York Associated Press, 

New York. 
Do. 

Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 
Universalist Pub. House, 

Boston. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Caroline L. Broomall, 

Media, Pa. 
H. E. Schaft, Chicago. 

Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
The Trustees of the Presby- 
terian Board of Pub. and 
Sabbath School Works, 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Red Polled Herd Book. American edition. Vol. 3. 

Nesv York Architectural Terra-Cotta Company. Fifth 
edition. 

New York Architectural Terra-Cotta Company. Sixth 

edition. 
The New York City Consolidation Act, 1891. By Mark 

Ash. 
Massachusetts Reports. Vol. 152. William V. Kellen, 

Reporter. 
Indiana Reports. Vol. 127. John L. Griffiths, Reporter. 

The American and English Rail Road Cases. Edited by 

William M. McKinney. Vol. 46. 
Memoir of Sylvanus Cobb, jr. By Ella W. Cobb 



List of Streets in Detroit. By C. M. Burton 

The Water Babies. By Charles Kingsley. Vignette 
edition. 

Mechanical Treatment of Hernia and Price-List of Trus- 
ses, etc. 

Affidavit for Tax Deed 



Latest News from Europe. London, September 19. 
Of the Selfish Sex 



Holland's Child Queen 

A Daisy of an Advertiser of Newspapers. 



Working Notice 

Workings 

Odds and Ends 

Statistical Report of the - 
Buncombe's Social Stir... 
Sherman's Life at Home. 



Boys' Club. 



Motes and Sunbeams. By W. 
The Song of Marvin Kuhns. . . . 



The Cent Stamp Savings Life-Income Indemnity Guar- 
antee and Agency System. 

Special Selling Factor Appointment 

■ " Lo Lo. ' ' The New Parlor Crocjuet Game 



Buffalo Bill's Wild West 

Ricordo. 20 Settembre, 1891. 



The War in Song. (Programme) 

In Aid of the Park Place Fire. (Poem). 



The Postmistress of Laurel Run. Chapters I— II. 

Bret Harte. 
Chlorioa;old 



By 



A Mistaken Prophecy. By Walter C. Wright..., 



The Red Polled Cattle Club 
of America, Dayton, Ohio. 
New York Architectural 
Terra-Cotta Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Weed, Parsons & Co., 

New York. 
Little, Brown&Co., Boston. 

John L. Griffiths, 

Indianapolis. 
Edward Thompson Co., 

Northport, N. Y. 
Ella W. Cobb, 

Hyde Park, Mass. 
C. M. Burton, Detroit, 

Frederick A. Stokes Co. , 

New York. 
I. B. Seeley& Co., 

Philadelphia. 
W. T. Bonham, 

Fairfield, 111. 
Sun Printing and Pub. As- 
sociation, New York. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Theodore W. Siddall, 

Philadelphia. 
Richards & Co., New York. 

Do. 
Joseph Morrow, New York. 
A. W. Hvde, New Haven. 
Edgar W. Nye, New York. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Sunbeam Family Remedy 
Co. , Chicago. 

William H. Herendeen, 

Viola, Ind. 
George Tom kins, 

New York. 
Arbuckle Bros., New York. 
L. E. Lawrence, 

New Brighton, N. Y. 
International News Co., 

New York. 

Frugone, Balletto & Gar- 

dello, New York. 

S. G. Pratt, New York. 

Nettie (Cortelyou) Guion, 

New York. 
Bret Harte. 

Madrid Chemical Co. , 

Chicago. 
Walter C. Wright, Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Crampel's Death. Brussels, September 21, 1891. 



"Mark Twain's " Latest. Geneva, September 21, 1891. 

On the Coaches. Paris, September 21,1 891 

Labouchere on Politics. Cadenabbia, September, 1891.. 
In Two Moods. By Stepniak and William Westall 



The Adventures of Shirlock Holmes 

His First Case. Chapter 4. Continued. 



His First Case. Chapter 7 

A First Family of Tasaj ara. Chapter 1 

A First Family of Tasaj ara. Second installment. 

A First Family of Tasajara. Chapters 3-4 

A First Family of Tasaj ara. Chapter 6 

The Reporter Who Made Himself King Part 4... 



The Young Reporter Who Made Himself King. 
The Pilots of New York 



Part 5. 



The Warning by the Ford. Chapter 1. 



The Warning by the Ford. Chapter 2 

The Warning by the Ford. Chapter 3 

Lord Randolph Churchill in the Dark Continent 



On the "Trek" in South Africa. 
The Lynching on the Piney 



Indian Fights and Indian Fighters 
Training and Overtraining 



Robbing the Pillars 

The First and Last Buffalo 



By R. L. Stevenson. 

By R. L. Stevenson, 

By R. L. Stevenson. . 
L. Stevenson 



Back from the Dead 

Between Two Worlds 

At the Court of a South Sea King 

Part V, chapter 48. 
At the Court of a South Sea King. 

Chapter 52. 
At the Court of a South Sea King 
The South Seas. Part V. By R. 
Field Marshal von Moltke 

First article. 
Field Marshal von Moltke 

Second article. 
Field Marshal von Moltke 

Third article. 
Von Moltke was a Development in Commanders 

Viscount Wolseley 



By Viscount Wolseley. 
By Viscount Wolseley. 
By Viscount Wolseley. 



By 



Acquitted. 
Acquitted. 
Acquitted. 
Acquitted. 
Acquitted. 



Chapter 1. 
Chapter 7. 
Chapter 13. 
Chapter 14. 
Chapter 17. 



By N. Du Boisgobey.. 
By N. Du Boisgobey.. 

By N. Du Boisgobey. 

By N. Du Boisgobey. 

By N. Du Boisgobey. 



Peopeietoes. 



James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
United States Book Co", 

New York. 
A. Conan Doyle, 

London, England. 
Julian Hawthorne, of New 
York, and Melville Phil- 
lips, of Philadelphia. 
Do. 

F. Bret Harte. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Richard Harding Davis, 

New York. 
Do. 
George J. Manson, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Emma W. Demeritt, 

New Canaan, Conn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Lord Randolph Churchill, 
London, England. 
Do. 
P. Y. Black, 

London, England. 
Charles King, Milwaukee. 
Sir Morel Mackenzie, 

London, England. 

G. T. Ferris, 

Rockland Lake, N. Y. 
T. C. Harbaugh, 

Casstown, Ohio. 
S. S. McClure, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Yesterday in London. London, September 10, 1891 

Sigri's Brief War Alarm. London, September 19, 1891 .. 

Own a Home by Purchasing a Lot on Our Cooperative 
Installment Plan. 

Savannah Pocket Directory and Guide 

How to Obtain Patents 

The Poetry of Tennyson. By Henry Van Dyke 

The Four Rocks, with Walks and Drives About New 

Haven. By James B. Dana. 
All London Laughs. London, September 22, 1891 

War on the Foreigners. Shanghai, September 22, 1891.. 

On the Coaches. Paris, September 22, 1891 

Etiquette ol' Cards and Heraldry. By Conrad Lutz 

Margery's Vacation, By Ella B. Gittings 

Eeminiscenees of a Long Life. By J. M. Pendleton 

My House is My Castle. By Alex. F. Oakey 

Poor's Directory of Railway Officials. 1891 

A Manual of Elementary Music, No. 1. By Everett L. 

Baker. 
A Manual of Elementary Music, No. 2. By Everett L. 

Baker. 
A Manual of Elementary Music, No. 3. By Everett L. 

Baker. 

The Pronunciation of French. By Charles F. Kroeh 

A New Endeavor. By Sophie B. Titterington 

Fifty Lessons in the History of South Carolina. By John 

Langdon Weber. 
Popular Proverbs, False and True. By Robert C. Hallock. 

English Grammar Primer. By Lewis H. Reid 

An Utter Failure. By Miriam C. Harris 

A Compendium of the World's Food Production and 
Consumption. By C. Wood Davis. 

Obesity and the Cure. By Albert Reeder 

Electro-Medical Theory and Practice. By G. F. Webb.. 

Nick Carter Library. Nos. 6, 7, and 8 

The Nugget Library. Nos. 109, 110, and 111 

Log Cabin Library. Nos. 129, 1 30, and 131 

The Five Cent Wide-Awake Library. Nos. 1069 and 1070. 

The New York Detective Library. No. 461 

The Boys' Star Library. No. 224 

Essentials of Medical Chemistry. By Lawrence Wolff. . . 

2 T E 



Proprietors. 



The Press Pub. Co., N. Y. 
World, New York. 

The New York Times, 

New York. 

Michigan Development Co., 

Detroit, 

J. C. Shaw, Savannah, Ga. 

H. B. Willson, 

Washington, D. C. 
Henry Van Dyke, 

New York. 
James B. Dana, 

New Haven, Conn. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Conrad Lutz, 

Burlington, Iowa. 

Congregational Sunday 

School and Pub. Society, 

Boston. 

Baptist Book Concern, 

Louisville, Ky. 

The Pacific States Savings, 

Loan, and Building Co., 

San Francisco. 

Poor's Railroad Manual Co. , 

New York. 

American Book Company, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

C. F. Kroeh, Hoboken, N. J. 
American Tract Compauy, 

New York. 
John L. Weber, 

Charleston, S. C. 
Anson D. F. Randolph Co., 
New York. 
Do. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
C. Wood Davis, 

Goddard, Kans. 
Albert Reeder, Boston. 

G. F. Webb, 

Ashtabula, Ohio. 
Street and Smith, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Frank Tousey. New York. 
Do^ 
Do. 
Walter B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 



10 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Amanuensis. Sixth edition 

Qualitative Chemical Analysis. By Delos Fall 

The True Principle of Banking. By Laning Coates 

Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Vol. 24. January to June, 1891. 

Policy Register 

Memoranda of Plays 

Memoranda of Engagements 

Table Memoranda 

Christian Endeavor Edition of Gospel Hymns No. 6. 

By Ira D. Sankey, Jas. McGrannihan, and Geo. C. 

Stebbins. 

The Acme Shipping Book and Ready Record 

"Witch Winnie's Mystery. By Elizabeth W. Champney. 

Modern Methods in the Art of Teaching. Vol. 3 

Insurance Maps of Spokane, Wash., 1891 

Abide With Me. Illustrated by Mrs. B. W. Barker 

The Scapegoat. By Hall Caine 

Catalogue and Price List of Electrical Testing Apparatus 

and Accessories. 
Cash Account with Customer. ' ' The Maze, ' ' a Modern 

Department Store. 
A Russian Priest. By I. N. Potapenko. Translated by 

W. Gaussen. 
Illustrated Encyclopaedia Medical Dictionary. Part 8. 

Gym-Jab. By Frank P. Foster. 
Miss Innocence. By Alan Dale 

A Handful of Lavender. By Lizette W. Reese 

Key to Goff 's Practical Arithmetic. By Milton B. Goff 

The Gem of the Bay. By H. A. Drew 

Progressive Speller. By Lucius Osgood. Revised edi- 
tion. 

The Constitution of United States and the Declaration 
of Independence. In English, Hebrew, and Jewish- 
German. 

General Principles of Constitutional Law. By Thomas 
M. Cooley. Second edition. 

The Mayor of Kanemeta. By Jeanie O. Smith 

Edleen Vaughan. By Carmen Sylva. (Her Majesty, 

the Queen of Roumania. ) 
Eli Perkins 1 Thirty Years of Wit. By Melville D. 

Landon. 
Six William Johnson and the Six Nations. By Wm. E. 

'Griffis. 
The Business of Life. By the author of ' ' How to be 

Happy Tho' Married." 
Geodesy. 1 By J. Howard Gore 



Proprietors. 



D. Kimball, Chicago. 

Delos Fall, Albion, Mich. 
Laning Coates, 

Callicoon Depot, N. Y. 

American Society of Civil 

Engineers, New York. 

M. A. Nobles, Philadelphia. 

H. D. D. Ripley, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

The Biglow & 

New York, 

John Church 

Cincinnati. 

N. E. Dillie, 

Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Educational Pub. Co. , 

Boston. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Co. , 
Limited, New York. 

Mrs. B. W. Barker, 

Oneida Castle, N. Y. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
James W. Queen & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
B co. 



Main Co., 
and The 
Company, 

Chicago. 



Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Edward Brandus & Co., 

New York. 
Lizette W. Reese, Baltimore. 
Taintor Brothers & Co. , 

New York. 
H. A. Drew, 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Taintor Brothers & Co. , 

New York. 
J. D. Einstein, New York. 



Little, Brown & Co., 

Boston. 
Jeanie O. Smith, 

Johnstown, N. Y. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 

Dodd, Mead& Co., 

New York. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
J. Howard Gore, 

Washington, D. C. 



11 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Life of Christ, In Fifty Lessons. Vol. 1, No. 2. 

By Erastus Blakeslee. 
Dictation Exercises for Atwood's Language Tablets 



Austin Phelps. A memoir. By Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. 

The Metropolitan Telephone and Telegraph Co., Sub- 
scribers' List, September 1, 185)1. 

Syllabus of Six Lectures on Political History of Europe. 
By Charles M. Andrews. 



Syllabus of Six Lectures on the Earlier Plays of Shakes- 
peare. By James O. Murray. 

Pennsylvania State Reports. Vol. 140. Boyd Crumrine, 
Reporter. 

Annals of Sudbury, Way land, and Maynard, Mass. By 
Alfred S. Hudson. 

The House of Martha. By Frank R. Stockton 

Daily Exhibit, Combination Journal 

Special-Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, September 21-26, 1891 

Industrial Unrest of All Nations. By George Jacob 

Holyoake. 
Physical Culture and Systematic Exercise. By David 

6. Edson. 
The Janitor's Boy. By Wm. O. Stoddard. Chapter X. 

Lapse Register, Revival Register 

Policy Register 

Supplement to Shepard's Missouri Annotations, con- 
tained in vol. 102. 
Quarantine Island. By Walter Besant 

The First Letter of Christopher Columbus Announcing 
the Discovery of America. Fac-simile from copy of 
the Latin version of 1493, now in the Boston Public 
Library, with new translation. 

Susanna 

Descriptive Price-List of Excelsior Measuring Tapes. 

Second edition, 1891. 
Glenn's Lumber Order and Shipping Book 

Some Emotions and a Moral. By John O. Hobbes 

The Surrender of Sitting Bull. By Scout Allison 

Sociological Trend in England. By George Jacob Holy- 
oake. 

The Housewife's Club. September 24, 1891 

' ' Stevedore ' ' Manila Rope Catalogue. No. 791 

The Secret Told. By Robert Casey 

The Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye. By L. Hirsch- 
field. 

Complete Office Docket for Lawyers. New improved 
edition. 

Smull's Legislative Hand-Book and Manual of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1891. By Thos. B. Cochran. 



Peopbietobs. 



The Bible Study Pub. Co., 

Boston. 
George E. Atwood, 

Tarrytown, N. Y. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Metropolitan Telephone and 
Telegraph Co., New York. 
The American Society for 
the Extension of Uni- 
versity Teaching, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Wm. F. Harrity, secretary of 

the Commonwealth. 
Alfred S. Hudson, 

Ayer, Mass. 
Frank R. Stockton, 

Convent Station, N. J. 
H. T. Edmiston, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
N. Y. Associated Press, 

New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Merwin, Hulbert & Co., 

New York. 
Wm. O. Stoddard, 

New York. 
M. A. Nobles, Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Frank Shepard, Chicago. 

The Author's Alliance, 

New York. 

The Boston Public Library, 

Boston. 



L. A. Davidson, 

West Milford, W. Va. 
Keuffel & EsserCo., 

New York. 
W. S. Glenn, 

Coosa Valley, Ala. 
Cassell Pub. Co., New York. 
E. H. Allison, Dayton, Ohio. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 

Do. 

C. W. Hunt Co., New York. 

Robert Casey, Denver. 

H. A. Daniels, New York. 

Joel A. Miner, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Thos. B. Cochran, 

Lancaster, Pa. 



12 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Old Devil and Three Little Devils. By Count Leo 

Tolstoi. 
The Heart of a Maid. By Beatrice Kipling 

Prairie Flowers. By John W. Beebe 

The Constable's Tower. By Charlotte M. Yonge 

Socials. By Effie W. Merriman ...." 

How to Become a Photographer. By W. De W. Abney. 
The Georgia Cotton Book. By D. W. McGregor 

Forty Years Among the Zulns. By Josiah Tyler 

The Rabbi's Sons. By Emily Weaver 

The Law of Waters, Including Riparian Rights. By 

John M. Gould. Second edition. 
The Law of Liens in Pennsylvania. By William Trick- 

ett. Vol 3. 
Abstract of Lectures on the Practice of Medicine. By 

William C. Dabney. 
Typewriting by Touch. By B. J. Griffin 

The Gast-Paul Directory of Bankers and Attorneys. By 
Solon W. Paul. July vol., 1891. 

Supplement to the Morning Hour. Prepared by Joseph 

Mischka. 
Cavalleria Rusticana. Libretto. English version. By 

Willard G. Day. 
Modern Gems. No. 2. For violin and piano 

Pages d' Album. Six French songs with English trans- 
lations. By Philip Woolf ; music by Henri Loge. 

Practical Voice Culture. By J. H. Hall and J. H. Rue- 
bush. 

The Song Chief. Edited by W. A. Ogden and A. F. 
Myers. 



Peopeietoes. 



Chas. L. Webster & Co., 

New York. 

United States Book Co.. 

New York. 

John W. Beebe, 

Kingman, Kans. 

Thomas Whittaker, 

New York. 

Charles H. Sergei & Co., 

Chicago. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

D. W. McGregor, 

Athens, Ga. 
Congregational Sunday Sch. 
and Pub. Society, Boston. 
Do. 
John M. Gould, 

Newton, Mass. 
Frederick D. Linn, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
William C. Dabney, 

University of Virginia. 

E. E. Childs, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Solon W. Paul and the Aug. 

Gast Bank Note and Lith. 

Co. , St. Louis. 

Ginn & Co. , Boston. 

Willard G. Day, Baltimore. 

Geo. Willig & Co., 

Baltimore. 
H. B. Stevens Co. , Boston. 

The Ruebush-KiefferCo., 

Dayton, Va. 
TheW. W. Whitney Co., 

Toledo, Ohio. 



PERIODICALS. 



St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. September 14-19 (in- 
clusive), 1891. 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. September 19, 1891 
Sporting Forecasts. September 14-19 (inclusive), 1891.. 

Cordage Trade Journal. September 15, 1891 

The Phonographic Magazine. September, 1891 

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. October 3, 1891. .. 

Good News. October 3, 1891 

The Banner Weekly. October 3, 1891 

Penman's Art Journal. September, 1891 

The School Journal. September 19, 1891 



P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 
The Sporting World Co., 

New York. 
Chas. H. Delano, New York. 
Jerome B. Howard, 

Cincinnati. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 

D. T. Ames, New York. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Entertainment. September, 1891 

The Argosy. September 26, 1891 

The American Field. September 19, 1891 

The Epoch. September 18, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. September 19, 1891 

Harper ' s Bazar. October 3 and 10, 1 891 

Harper's Young People. September 22, 1891 

Harper's Weekly. September 26, 1 891 

Harper's Monthly Magazine. October, 1891 

Fancier's Journal. September 19, 1891 

Common School Education and Teachers' World. Sep- 
tember, 1891. 
The Jewelers' Circular. September 16, 1891 

The Christian Union. September 19, 1891 

Scientific American. September 19 and 26, 1891 

Scientific American Supplement. September 19 and 26, 
1891. 

La America Cientifica. October, 1891 

Bancroft's California Guide. September, 1891 

Biles' Whisky Price List. September 15, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. September 19, 1891 

Poet-Lore. August and September, 1891 

Medical Record. September 19,1891 

The Sporting Life. September 19, 1891 

The Yankee Blade. September 19, 1891 

The Sanitarian. September, 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveler. September 26, 1891 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. September 

19, 1891. 
Farmers' Review. September 16, 1891 

The Waterbury. September, 1891 

The Engineering Record. September 19, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. September 19, 1891. .. 

Architecture and Building. September 19, 1891 

The American Contractor. September 19, 1891 

The Magazine of Art, October, 1891 

Textile Colorist. September, 1891 

The American Paper Trade. September 19, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. September 21, 1891 



Pbopeietoes. 



The Entertainment Bureau, 
Council Bluffs, Io\\n. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 
The Epoch Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Fancier's Journal Publish- 
ing Co. , Philade I phia. 
Teachers' Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Christian Union Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Munn & Co. , New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
The Bancroft Company, 

San Francisco. 
J. W. Biles & Co., 

Cincinnati. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co., Philadelphia. 
Poet-Lore Company, 

Philadelphia. 
William W T ood & Co., 

New York. 
Sporting Life Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 

A. N. Bell, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Review Printing Company, 

Chicago. 
Wm. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Hannibal H. Chandler & Co. , 
Chicago. 
The Waterbury Watch Com- 
pany, Waterbury, Conn. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 

B. Edwards & Co. , Chicaco. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

M. M. Frank, Philadelphia. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 
F. T. Low, New York. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Youth's Companion. September 24, 1891, 
The American Florist. September 17, 1891.... 



Tobacco. September 18, 1891, 



The New Nation. September 19, 1891 

The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. Septem- 
ber 19, 1891. 

The Music Review. September, 1891 

The Peoria Drug Review. September, 1891 , 



The University Magazine. September, 1891. 



American Horse Breeder. September 19, 1891 

St. Louis Life. September 17, 1891 

The Homiletic Review. October, 1891 



Golden Days. September 12, 19, and 26,and October 3, 1891 

Saturday Night. September 19, 26, and October 3 and 

10, 1891. 
The Menu Monthly. April, 1891 



The Office Men's Record. July, 1891 

The Ladies' Health Journal. September, 1891 



The Banking Law Journal. September 15, 1891 

The Internal Revenue Record and Customs Journal. 

September 21,1891. 
Current Comment and Legal Miscellany. August 15, 

1891. 
Golden Hours. September 26,1891 



The New York Family Story Paper. October 3, 1891 
The American Stock-keeper. September 19, 1891 



The Street Railway Journal. September 15, 1891. 
Texas Siftings. September 26, 1891 



American Architect. September 19, 1891 
Scribner ' s Magazine. October, 1891 



Puck. September 23, 1891 

The Illustrated American. September 26, 1891. 
Life. September 24, 1891 



The Official Railway Equipment Guide. September, 
1891. 

Underwood's Counterfeit Reporter. September-Octo- 
ber, 1891. 

Chaperone. September, 1891 



Perry Mason &Co., Boston. 
American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Edward Bellamy, Boston. 
L. K. Strouse & Co., 

New York. 
Clayton F. Summy, Chicago. 
Colburn, Birks & Co. , 

Peoria, 111. 
University Magazine Com- 
pany. New York. 
George B. James, Boston. 
Moore & Garth, St. Louis. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

H. W. Sowle, 

Somerville, Mass. 
Office Men's Record Com- 
pany. Chicago. 
D. W. Winter, 

Newark, Ohio. 
T. B. Paton, New York. 

W. C. and F. P. Church, 

New York. 
The D. B. Canfield Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
American Stock-keeper 
Publishing Company, 

Boston. 
Street Railway Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Texas Siftings Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Ticknor & Co. , Boston. 

Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Illustrated American Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
S. P. Sechrist, New York. 

Anthony Stumpf & Co. , 

New York. 

Annie L. Y. Swart and Aug. 
Gast Bank Note and 
Litho. Co. , St. Louis. 



15 



PERIODICALS— Contim'kd. 



Titles. 



Wood's Medical andSurgical Monographs. September 

1891. 
Judge. September 26', 1891 

Kate Field's Washington. September 23, 1891 

The Christian Herald. September 23, 1 891 

Christian Thought. October, 1891 

Casselfs Family Magazine. October, 1*91 

The Lock and Bell. September, 1891 

The New York Ledger. September 26, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. September 26 

1891. 
The Sunday School Times. September 26, 1 891 

Kansas City Red Book. Vol. 1, No. 1. September, 1891.. 

TheNewsbook. 1891. No. 4 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 11 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 46, No. 14 

New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 10 

Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 11 

Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 12 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 21 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 21.... 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 22 

The American Digest. No. 56. August, 1891 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 9 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 8 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 17, No. 2 

Magazine of American History. October, 1891 , 

Central Law Journal. September 25, 1891 

New York Gazette. Vol. 1, No. 1. New York, October 3, 
1891. 

Nachrichten aus Deutchland und Amerika. 23 Septem- 
ber, 1891. 

The Coda. Supplementary music. Nos. 166 - 172 

The North American Review. October, 1 891 

The American Microscopical Journal. September, 1891. 

New York Clipper. September 26, 1891... 

Word and Works. October, 1891 

The King's Jester. September, 1891 . , 

Portraits of Dogs of the Day. September, 1891 

Bubier's Popular Electrician. September, 1891 

Le Fra?icais Supplement. September, 1891 

Electrical Review. September 26, 1891 



Proprietors. 



William Wood cS: Co., 

New York. 
The Judge Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 
CasscllPub. Co., New York. 
William Byrnes, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
The Judge Pub. Co., 

New York. 
John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
F. B. Hughes, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Lambert Willstaedt, 

Joplin, Mo. 
West Pub. Co., St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Flistorical Publication Co., 
New York. 
Central Law Journal Co., 

St. Louis. 
Charles MacGeachy, 

New York. 
Germania Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Ginn&Co., Boston. 

Lloyd Bryce, New York. 
Chas. W. Smiley, 

Washington, D. C. 

The Frank Queen Pub. Co., 

New York. 

Word and Works Pub. Co. , 

St. Louis. 

Herbert B. King & Bro., 

New York. 
The Artotype Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Bubier Pub. Co., 

Lynn, Mass. 

Berlitz Company, Boston. 

Electrical Review Pub. Co., 

New^York. 



16 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pkopkietobs. 



The Illustrated Police News. September 26, 1891... 

American Machinist. September 24, 1 891 

American Agriculturist. October, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. September 23, 1891 

The Gast-Paul Banker's Reporter. July, 1891 

The Arena. October, 1891 

The Ave Maria. September 26, 1891 

The Jewelers' Circular. September 26, 1891 

California Banker's Magazine. August, 1891 

The Missionary Review. October, 1891 

Illustrated Family Herald. September, 1891 

Golden Moments. September, 1891 

Daughters of America. September, 1891 

The People's Illustrated Journal. September, 1891.. 

Western Electrician. September 26, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. September 24, 1891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. September 23, 189 1 

Album Reve. September 15, 1891 

Forest and Stream. September 24, 1891 

The Rural New Yorker. September 26, 1891 

Our Home and Fireside Magazine. September, 1891 

Hallett's American Farmer. September, 1891 

The Thrifty Farmer. September, 1891 

The National Farmer. September, 189 1 '. . 

People's Literary Companion. September, 1891 

The Golden Weekly. October 8, 1891 

The Epoch. September 25, 1891 

The Forum. October, 1891 

The Atlantic Monthly. October, 1891 

The Argosy. October 3, 1891 

Illustrated Christian Weekly. September 26, 1891.. 

The National Police Gazette. October 3, 189 1 

Sunshine for Youth. September, 1 891 

True 's Farming World. September, 1891 



Police News Publishing Co. , 
Boston. 

American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 

The Orange Judd Company, 
New York. 

Electrical Engineer Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Aug. Gast Bank Note and 
Lith. Co. and Solon W. 
Paul, St. Louis. 

The Arena Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
J. W. Treadwell, 

San Francisco. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
True & Co., Augusta, Me. 
Do. 
Do. 
George St inson & Co., 

Portland, Me. 
Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 
Jewelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
L. Perlen, New York. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
The Rural Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
H. Hallett & Co., 

Portland, 
Do. 
George Stinson & Co., 
Portland, 

E. C. Allen, Augusta, 

Do. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

The Epoch Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

The Forum Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 

Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 

Illustrated Christian Weekly 
Pub. Co., New York. 

Richard K. Fox, New York. 

E. C. Allen, Augusta, Me. 

True & Co. , Augusta, Me. 



Me. 



Me. 
Me. 



17 



PERIODICALS— Continikd. 



Titles. 



The Practical Housekeeper. September, 1891 

The Electrical World. September 26, 1 891 

The Jenness-Miller Illustrated Quarterly. September, 

1891. 
The Christian Union. September 26, 1891 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. September 21-26, 

1891. 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. September 26, 1891 

The Messenger of the Sacred Heart. October, 1 891 

The Homiletic Review. October, 1891 , 

The Author. September 15, 1891 

The Ladies' World. October, 1891 

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. October 10, 1891. 

The New Nation. September 26, 1 891 

The A merican Field. September 26, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. September 26, 1891 

The American Florist. September 24, 1891 

Fanciers' Journal. September 26, 1891 

Medical Record. September 26, 1891 

Garden and Forest. September 23, 1891 

The Yankee Blade. September 26, 1891 

The Sporting Life. September 26, 1891 

The Boys of New York. October 10, 1891 

Good Housekeeping. October, 1891.. . . , 



Pbopbietobs. 



H. HaJlett & Co., 

Portland, Me. 
The W. J. Johnston Com- 
pany, New York. 
Annie Jenness Miller, 

New York. 
Christian Union Company, 

New York. 
P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 

R. S. Dewey, Philadelphia. 

Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 

William H. Hills, Boston. 

S. H. Moore & Co., 

New York. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Edward Bellamy, Boston. 

American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

American Florist Publishing 
Company, Chicago. 

Fanciers' Journal Publish- 
ing Co., Philadelphia. 

Wm. Wood & Co. , New York. 

Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Potter & Potter, Boston. 

Sporting Life Publishing 
Company, Philadelphia. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

Clark W. Bryan & Company, 
Springfield, Mass. 



MAPS. 



Waco, Tex. 1891 

New York to Philadelphia 

The County and City of Galveston, Tex 
Bastrop, Tex. August, 1891 

San Marcos, Tex. August, 1891 

Butler, Pa. July, 1891 

Harrisonburg, Va. August, 1891 

Clinton, N. Y. August, 1891 

Belfast, N. Y. August, 1891 

Oxford, N. Y. August, 1891 

Milan, Tenn. August, 1891 

Wellington, Kans. August, 1891 

Fowler, Cal. August, 1891 

Hot Springs, S. Dak. August, 1891 

3TE 



Fort, Willig & Paton, 

Waco, Tex. 

G. W. & C. B. Colton & 

Company, New York. 

D. W. Ensign & Co. , Chicago. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Co. 

(Limited), New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



18 

MAPS — Continued. 



Titles. 



Rapid City, S. Dak. August, 1891 

Smyrna, Del. August, 1891 

Dover, Del. August, 1891 

Centerville, Md. June, 1891 

Emlenton, Pa. August, 1891 

Paris, Tenn. August, 1891 

Mishawaka, Ind. July, 1891 

Columbia, Tenn. August, 1891 

Pulaski, Tenn. August, 1891 

Anaconda, Mont. July, 1891 

North Yakima, Wash. August, 1891 

Bridgeton, N. J. August, 1891 

Mahanoy City, Pa. July, 1891 

Appleton, Wis. August, 1891 

Modesto, Cal. August, 1891... 

Versailles, Ky. August, 1891 

Provo City, Utah. 1891 

CHARTS. 

Monthly Report 

Official Score Card.....' 

Parks' Government Chart for Schools 

New Normal Methods in Music 

Instantaneous Reference Calendar 

The Total Eclipse Dress-Cutting Chart. By Anna S 

Cooley. 
Turner's Improved Tailor System 



Peopeietoes. 



Sanborn-Perris Map Co., 
(Limited), New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
D. W. Ensign & Co., Chicago. 



Kerr & Potter, New York. 
Springfield Bicycle Club, 

Springfield, Mass. 
John B! Parks, 

Ottawa, Kans. 
H. E. Holt, Lexington, Mass. 
Jasper Goodykoontz, 

San Francisco. 
Anna S. Cooley, 

Appleton, Wis. 
Milo M. Turner, 

Niles, Berrien Co. , Mich. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



A Political Nightmare. By George J. Mold... 

A Double Shuffle. By Henry O. Hanlon 

The Corner-Lot Chorus. By Grace L. Furniss 

The Trustee. By Wm. M. Browne 

' ' Sentenced for Life. ' ' By Chas. E. Ellis 



George J. Mold, 

Wichita, Kans. 
Walter H. Baker & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Chas. E. Ellis, Chicago, 111. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



The Tar and the Tartar Waltz. Music by Adam 

Itzel, jr. 
The Tar and the Tartar Galop. Music by Adam Itzel, jr. 
The Tar and the Tartar Selections. Music by Adam 

Itzel, jr. 



Hitchcock and McCargo Co. , 
Limited, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 



19 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— (Ovi i \ i ki». 



Titles. 



Come Again, Happy Days. Words by George Birdseye 

music by Edward Hoist. 
Omnipresence 



By Ferdinand Tbieriot. 
By Ferdinand Tbieriot. 
By Ferdinand Tbieriot, 



Pray er 

The Liberty Angel 

I Will Be Light and Free 

Tbere Is No Unbelief 

Sometime, Somewhere 

Know Well, My Soul 

Waiting 

The Song and the Star 

At Rest .. 

The'Pure in Heart 

Affirmation , 

Awake ! Arise ! Away ! 

Waltzer in D dur. (No. 1.) 

Op. 54. (String Orchestra. ) 

Waltzer in A dur. (No. 2.) 

Op. 54. (String Orchestra. ) 

Waltzer in D dur. (No. 1.) 

Op. 54. (Piano, four hands.) 
Waltzer in A dur. (No. 2. ) By Ferdinand Thieriot. 

Op. 54. (Piano, four hands. ) 
The Heavenly Message. (Die Himmliscbe Botchaft, ) 
Words by Frederick E. Weatherly ; music by C. 
Whitney Coombs. (Violin obligate.) 
Dreaming. Words by H. Heine ; music by W. H. 

Niedlinger. (Mezzo-soprano or baritone in F.) 
The Pine Tree. Words by H. Heine ; music by W. H. 

Niedlinger. (Soprano or tenor in F minor. ) 
Shepherd's Song. Words by C. Marlowe ; music by W. 

H. Niedlinger. (Soprano or tenor in F. ) 
Lorn Ullin's Daughter. Words by Campbell ; music by 
A.H.Gaul. Edited by Chas. Belcarris. (For men's 
voices. ) 
I'd Like To Be Somebody's Baby. Words by Matt. C. 

Woodward ; music by Emma Steiner. 
My Faithful Heart. Words by Harry B. Smith ; music 

by Adam Itzel, jr. 
Baby and I. Words by E. B. Bohan ; music by John de 
Witt. 

Street Car. Words and music by John de Witt 

A Psalm of Comfort. Words by Elizabeth French ; 

music by N. H. Allen. (Soprano in F. ) 
Night Greeting. English words by C. J. Sprague ; 

music by Eduard Kremser. (Two tenors and bass.) 
Hold Me in Thy Care. Sacred song. By W. P. Morris. 
Only Jesus. Words by Mrs. L. E. Newell ; music by 

J*. R. Bryant. 
Lead, Kindly Light. Words by Cardinal Newman ; 

music by W. Harrison. 
Ye Mariners of England. Words by Thomas Campbell ; 

music by S. Taylor. (Tenor. ) 
Alt Heidelberg. (Old Heidelberg.) Words by Joseph 
Viktor von Scheffel ; music by S. Taylor. (Baritone. ) 
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. By A. C. Fisher. (In G. ) .. 
Sevenfold Amen. By J. W. Elliott 



'BOPBIETOBS. 



Hitchcock and Mc( !argo< V . 
Limited, New York. 

Pluma M. Brown, 

Jackson, Minn. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
G. Sebirmer. New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Hitchcock and McCargo Co., 
Limited, New York. 

Do. 

M. Leidt&Co., New York. 

Do. 
Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

R. M. Mcintosh, Oxford, Ga. 
Do. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



20 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Rowing Homeward. Words by Edward Oxenford ; 
music by Frederick H. Cowen. (Mixed voices.) 

Water Lilies. Words by Edward Oxenford ; music by 
Frederick H. Cowen. (Mixed voices.) 

Resting. Words by Edward Oxenford ; music by Fred- 
erick H. Cowen. (Mixed voices.) 

That Old Sweetheart of Mine. Words by George Cooper ; 
music by J. P. Skelly. 

Near Unto Thee. (Vicino a Te.) Melody by M. Gon- 
zalez ; transcribed by R. G. Guerrero ; English version 
by Mrs. R. C. Symington. 

Always Take a Warning. Song by Arthur Josselyn 



In Thee Alone I Live. Words by Belle L. Barnes ; music 

adapted from Abt. 

Majestic Glide. By Clare Bedell, for piano 

The Silver State Polka. By James C. Warhurst, for 

piano. 
Love. ( ' ' Aimons. ' ' ) Words by Victor Hugo ; music by 

A. Goring Thomas ; English translation by M. C. Gil- 

lington. 
Ecstacy. (L'Extase.) Words by Victor Hugo; music 

by A. Goring Thomas ; English translation by M. C. 

Gillington. 
The Kiss. (Le Baiser.) Words by Barbier ; music by 

A. Goring Thomas ; English translation by M. C. Gil- 
lington. 
The Witch Polka. By Waldtern Pegg, for piano 

The Witch Polka. By Waldtern Pegg, for violin and piano. 
The Witch Polka. By Waldtern Pegg, for piano and cornet. 
The Witch Polka. By Waldtern Pegg, for piano, violin, 

and cornet. 
Fairy Footsteps Galop. By H. A. Wollenhaupt, for piano. 

La Belle Capricieuse Valse. By Albert H. Wood, for piano. 

Grand March Militaire. By Charles Grube, for piano 

Tarantelle. By S. B. Mills, for piano 

Mother Kissed Me in My Dreams. Words by George 

Cooper ; music by J. R. Thomas. 

Cayuga Mazurka. By G. W. Warren, for piano 

Dinorah. By Albert W. Berg, for piano, four hands 

Pearl. A Legend of the Sea-Shore. Cantata. Words 

by Herbert Harraden ; music bv Ethel Harraden. 
The Reliable March. By Ed. H. Holl, for piano 



Happy and Gay Tyrolienne. By Eduard Hoist. 

Golden Twilight. By Eduard Hoist 

Village Rivulet. By Eduard Hoist 

Little Admiral March. By Eduard Hoist 

Fairy Hell. By Eduard Hoist 

Little Commodore March. By Eduard Hoist 

Sanford Mazurka, for mandolin and guitar. By W. 

E. Stratton. 
The Pride of the Regiment Quickstep. By M. M. Cobb, 

for two banjos and guitar. 

Jenny Waltz. By Edward Schoenefeld, for guitar 

Joe's Jig. By Edward Schoenefeld, for guitar 



Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London. 
Do. 

Do. 

Thos. Goggan & Bro. , 

Galveston, Tex. 
Do. 



Arthur Josselyn, 

Providence, R. I. 
W.J. Dyer & Bro., 

Minneapolis. 

C. Edgar Dobson,New York. 

D. Field & Co. . Denver, Colo. 

Joseph Williams, 

London, England. 

Do. 



Do 



Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Geo. Wm. Warren. 

A. W. Berg, New York. 

Forsyth Bros., London. 

E. H. Holl, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Chas. T. French, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Thompson & Odell, Boston. 

Myra M. Cobb, Boston. 

Edw. Schoenefeld, St. Louis. 
Do. 



21 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Typewriters' Fancy Ball. Song and dance. By 

Charlie Case. 

The Mermaids 1 Waltz. Bv August Wald, for piano 

Une Perle de Nuit. (Pearl of Night, ) By H. A.Wollen- 

haupt. Op. 70, for piano. 
Co to Sleep, My Baby Dear. Words by Blanche E. 

Kahler ; music by Joseph Surdo. 

No One to Love Me. By Winthrop, for piano 

Fifth Waltz. By Aug. Du rand. Op. 91, for piano 

Rondo Brillant. By B. Wolff. Op. 151, for piano 

Dryade. By Adolf Jensen. Op. 48, No. 4, for piano. 

Revised and fingered by Ceo. Schneider. 
I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say. Words by Bonar ; 

music by W. H. Pontius. (Soprano or tenor.) 

Taps. Words and music by John H. Oamsey 

Schon Rothraut. By R. Schumann. Op. 67, No. 2, for 

mixed voices. 
I'm King of My Own Fireside. Words by Lillie E. 

Barr ; music by Louis Me} r er. Male voices. 
Sweet Spring Time. March Rondo. By Aug Loumey, 

for piano or organ. 
Merry Roundelay. By Aug. Loumey, for piano or 

organ. 
The Wild Huntsman. Words by Mrs. Hemans ; music 

by R. Machill Garth. 
Messe de Mort. (Death and Victorv.) Mu§ic by A. C. 

Eimer. Op. 240. 
Departed Days. Words by Oliver W. Holmes ; music 

by Hugh J. Donnelly. 
Purple Pansies. Song. By Harriet Young 



Weep You No More, Sad Fountains. By P. C. Buck. 

Trio for female voices. 
The Wood Nymph's Call. Words by B. E. L. ; music 

by P C. Buck. Trio for female voices. 
A Song. Words by Blake ; music by P. C. Buck. Trio 

for female voices. 
Valentine Waltz. By William Foden, for mandolin and 

guitar. 
Paragon March. By William Foden, for mandolin and 

guitar. 
Nonpareil Waltz. By William Foden, for mandolin 

and guitar. 
A Maiden's Love. Song. By J. F. W. von Wiederhold. 

Fantasia. By E. Silas. Op. 117, for organ 

Sonata. By Oliver King. Op. 71 , for organ 

Feuillet d' Album. By Anton Strelezki Op. 146, No. 1. 
Danse des Fees. By Anton Strelezki. Op. 146, No. 2.... 

Nocturne. By Anton Strelezki. Op. 146, No. 2 

God So Loved the World. Mixed Quartette. By 
Matthew Kingston. 

Ye that Love the Lord. Mixed Quartette. By J. W. 
Elliott. 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. By C. Lee Williams 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. By George J. Bennett.. 
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. By A. W. Hamilton-Gel 1, 

1 Was Glad. By T. Tallis Trimnell 



Peopeietoes. 



C. B. Case, Lock port, N. Y. 

J. Schott, New York. 

W. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
A. C. Eimer, San Francisco. 

The Hitchcock & McCargo 
Co. (limited), New York. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Win. Foden, St Louis, Mo. 

Do. 

Do. 

Denver Music Pub. Co., 

Denver, Colo. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



22 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Snow-Flakes. 



(Schneeflocken. ) 
By W. F 
By W 
By W 
By W 



At Evening's Close 

piano and violin. 
At Evening's Close 

violin. 
At Evening's Close 

'cello. 
At Evening's Close 

viola. 

The Waterfall. By Aug. Rottenbach 

Golden Days Schottische. By Aug. Loumey.. . 
Go to Sleep, my Baby Dear. By Joseph Surdo 

for cornet. 
Onward, Christian Soldiers. By J. W. Barrington. 



By F. Behr 

Sudds. Op. 173, for 
Op. 173, for 
Op. 173, for 
Op. 173, for 



Sudds. 
Sudds. 
Sudds. 



Op. 6, 



Lord of All Love. Words by W. W. Battershall ; adapted 
to the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin, by Wagner. 

The Glory of the Year. By Marion West. Music by J. 
E. TroAvbridge ; hymns by Mrs. R. N. Turner. 

Celebration March, for piano. Arranged by Emile 
Schoen. 

Forest and Stream Wal tz. By Gus. Graves 



O. I. H. Grand March. By Fred. H. Fillmore. 



My Mary Green. Words and music by Henry Lamb 

The Widow Brogan's Cow. Words by Jas. Bropson ; 

music by J. E. Hartel. 
Playmates Waltz. By Harry Dacre ; arranged for piano 

by Jas. J. Freeman. 
Grand Army March. By Mrs. Effie B. Frost 



If at First You Don't Succeed Tiy, Try Again. Waltz. 

By W. A. Gardner. 
Down in the Orchard Swing. Words and music by J. 

P. Skelly. 
Mother the Queen of Them All. Words and music by 

Richard F. Stahley. 

First Mazurka. By Frank N. Mandeville 

When the Old Church Clock Struck Ten. Words by 

Gussie L. Davis ; music by Julian Gordon. 
Mamma Will Rock You to Sleep. Words and music by 

Julian Gordon. 
Cherry Diamond Schottische. By Frances Myers, for 

piano. 
The Miser. Words by Claxson Bellamy; music by J. C. 

Ervine. 
Zarita ; or, The Toreador's Love. Words and music by 

Chas. Graham. 

Leon Abbett March. By W. A. Sander 

The Electric Age Gallopade. By Edgar H. Sherwood 



Pansy Waltz. By Jacob A. Eiler, for guitar, 
La Grippe Waltz. By Florence Shotts 



Fair Weather Waltz. By F. M. Graham 

Golden Sunset Grand March. By Frank McCarty. 



The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

J. W. Barrington, 

Charleston, W. Va. 
W. H. Boner & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Henry D. Noyes & Co.,, 

Boston. 
Theodore Lohr, New York. 

Paterson & Way man, 

Chicago. 
Edward C. Wendt & Co., 

Newport, Ky. 
Frank Harding, New York. 
Jas. Bropson, Chicago. 

Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 
Mrs. Effie B. Frost, 

Verdi, Kans. 
J. P. Shaw, Agt., 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

J. P. Shaw, Agt., 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Do. 
Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

J. Van Loan & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
E. H. Sherwood, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Jacob A. Eiler, St. Louis. 
A. W. Perry & Son., 

Sedalia, Mo. 
Do. 
Do. 



23 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Jerry Simpson Schottische. By N. Byron Smith 

A Dream of Fairyland. By A. Muldrow 

Commencement March. By F. M. Graham 

Palmer's Victory March. By Frank M. Graham 

The Angel's Reply. (Miserere.) Words by D'Arcy 

Jaxone : music by Henri Loge. (No. 1, in A flat.) 
Alter. Words by Philip B. Marston ; music by Henri 

Loge. (No. 2, in D. ) 
Alter. Words by Philip B. Marston ; music by Henri 

Loge. (No. 1, in F. ) 
Freer Than a King. Words by Clifton Bingham ; music 

by Henri Loge. 
Jack of Hazeldean. By W. H. Pommer. Op. 13, No. 

6. (Male voices.) 
Lullaby of an Infant Chief. By W. H. Pommer. Op. 

13, No. 5. (Male voices.) 

Merry Moments March. By Carl Geisser 

Farewell March. By Carl Geisser 

Scale Waltz. By J. A. Filer, for guitar 

Love's Sweet Message. (Liebesbotschaft. ) By Louis 

Ketter. 
Love's Dreamland. By Otto Roeder ; arranged by 

Clarence L. Partee for mandolin and guitar. 
Hornpipe Polka. By Frank J. Smith ; arranged by 

Clarence L. Partee for mandolin and guitar. 
Hello ! Central ! Hello ! Words and music by Chas. K. 

Harris. 
Merry Times March. By J. Stueck, jr 

Comrades Waltz. Arranged for flute and piano by 

Claude Burton. 

Cadet Grand March. By J. Stueck, jr 

Comrades Waltz. Arranged for violin and piano by 

Claude Burton. 

Souvenir Grand March. By J . Stueck, j r 

Aline. Words by W. L. Tracy. Music by Nina M. 

Kendrick. 
Saxon War Song. By W. H. Pommer. Op. 13, No. 4. 

(Male voices). 
Valse Caprice. By C. Chaminade. Op. 33, for piano. . . 
The Last Day of May. (Der Letzte Mai. ) By Walter 

Petzet ; English version by Helen Tretbar. 
Forbidden Love. (VerboteneLiebe.) By Walter Petzet ; 

English version by Helen Tretbar. 
To the Night. (Air die Nacht.) By Walter Petzet. 

English version by Helen Tretbar. 
New Hopes. (Neuerwachte Hoffnung. ) By Walter Pet- 
zet ; English version by Helen Tretbar. 
Love's Sorrow. (Liebessorgen.) By Walter Petzet; 

English version by Helen Tretbar. 
The Spirit's Flight. (Geisteflug.) By Walter Petzet. 

English version by Helen Tretbar. 

La "Tosca" Waltzes, By Homer Tourjee, for piano 

Till the Stars are Dim. Words and music by Clarence 

Lucas. 
Slumber Song. Words by Arthur Macy ; music by 

E. A. P. Newcomb. 



Peopbietoes. 



A. W. Perry & Son, 

Sedalia, Mo. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
H. B. Stevens Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Conrad Geisser. 

Do. 
J. A. Eiler, St. Louis, Mo. 
Bollman Bros. Music Co., 

St. Louis. 
Kansas City Piano Co. , 

Kansas City. 
Do. 

Chas. K. Harris, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Bollman Bros. Music Co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
A. W. Perry & Son., 

Sedalia, Mo. 
H. B. Stevens Co., Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



24 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Title. 



The Sweet Tuni-Tum. Words by Arthur Macy ; music 

by E. A. P. Newcomb. 
The Gurgling Imps. Words by Arthur Macy ; music 

by E. A. P. Newcomb. 
The Angel's Reply. (Miserere.) Words by D'Arcy 

Jaxone ; music by Henri Loge. (No. 2, in F. ^ 
Song of the Evening Star. From Wagner's Tannhauser. 

Arranged for piano by Gustav Lange. Op. 231, No. 2. 

Fingered by A. Jul. Biedermann. 
Rigaudon. By J. Raff. Op. 204, for piano. Revised 

and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 
Sweet Be Thy Rest. Adapted to the intermezzo of P. 

Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana, by P. A. Schnecker. 

Soprano edition. 
Sweet Bp Thy Rest. Adapted to the intermezzo of P. 

Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana, by P. A. Schnecker. 

Alto edition. 
Under the Balcony. Words by F. D. Sherman ; music 

by Belle Donalds. 
My Love in the Long Ago. Words by S. M. Peck ; 

music by Belle Donalds. 

Crociato March. By H. Carmer, for piano 

Hail, Banner of the Free. Words by Laura E. Newell ; 

music by Will S. Wilcox. 
I'm Coming to Thee. Words and music by J. Wells 

Herrington. 
Guhiare, or The Crusader's Ransom. Words by Mrs. 

Edgar Jar vis ; music by Francesco D'Auria. 
The Mount of Olives. Words by Augusta Hancock ; 

music by Henry Parker. (No. 2, in D. ) 
The Mount of Olives. Words by Augusta Hancock ; 

music by Henry Parker. (No. 3. 



inE.) 
Uncle Rastus. Negro dance. By Arthur A. Clappe, 

for orchestra. 

Imps and Goblins. By Ch. Puerner 

Honeysuckle Polka. By J. O. Casey, for cornet and 

piano. 



Peopeietoes. 



H. B. Stevens Co. , Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 

Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

J. Wells Herrington, 

West Hoosick, N. Y. 
I. Suckling & Sons, 

Toronto. 
H. B. Stevens & Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



Oliver Wendell Holmes 

Disorder ; Partisan of Order 

Dawn 

Death of Gavroche 

Gavroche Outside 

Jean Valjean's Kevenge 

How a Brother Becomes a Father 

Marius Haggard and Javert Laconic 

The Artillery Sets to Work 

Five Less and One More 

The Chary bdis of the Faubourg Saint Antoine and the 

Scylla of the Faubourg du Temple. 
Parquet Floors ami Wood Carpet 

Fort Hamilton. 1791. From original painting by Geo. 
W. White. 



W. G. Searles, Chicago. 

Geo. Barrie, Philadelphia. 





Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 




w 


m. Hannam & Co. , 






New York. 


L. 


C. Overpeck, 






Hamilton, 


Ohio. 



25 



ENGRAVINGS— Continued. 



Titles. 



"After Vespers." After C. Delort 

' ' The Broken Pitcher. ' ' A fter ( J reuze 

"A Cold Greeting." Alter C. Delort 

" The Elopement. " After C. Delort 

"La Lafayette." Second deduction. After Loustaunan.. 

" ' Love's Whisperings. ' ' After Tofano 

' ' Love's Whisperings. ' ' First Reduction. After Tofano.. 
' ' Love's Whisperings. ' ' Second Reduction. After Tofano.. 
"Madame Vigee-Lebrun and Her Daughter." Alter 

Madame Vigee-Lebrun. 
"The Speaking Well." Second reduction. After Vely.. 

' ' A Tender Farewell. ' ' After C. Delort 

"The Virgin of Consolation. ' ' After Bouguereau 



Proprietors. 



Boussod, Valadon & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



PRINTS 



The Luxurious Romans , 

The Seven Ages of Reform. Fifth Age 
Watch-Case Calendar , 



Procter & Gamble Co., 

Cincinnati. 

F. Dalsimen, Philadelphia. 

The Century Company, 

New York. 



DESIGN. 



The Workman's Life Voyage. 



The Cincinnati Gravure Co. 



LITHOGRAPHS, 



Early Market. (Potato). 

Everett. ( Potato) 

Ohio Junior. (Potato)... 
Ottawa Rose. (Potato) .. 
White Hebron. (Potato) 
The Old and the New 

I. H. S 



LeClare & 


Manning, 






Brighton, 


N. Y 


Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






The Oil Well Supply 


Com- 


pany, 


New York 


George H. 


Ogg. 





PHOTOGRAPHS. 



The Code of Nomenclature of Birds. 



Theo. A. Schurr, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 

Wang. 13x16.. M.Lewis, New York. 

Mr. and Mrs. Tinley and Babe The Lincoln Log Cabin As- 
sociation, Chicago. 
Mr. and Mrs. Tinley and Babe I Do. 

4te 



26 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Front View of Lincoln Cabin 



Monument of Thomas Lincoln 

J. J. Hall, Nephew of Lincoln 

Mrs. Norah Gridley, Cousin of Lincoln 

Lager Beer Brewers' Board of Trade of New York and 

Vicinity. 
Fort Hamilton, 1791. From original painting by Geo. 

W. White. 

Bishop Phelan 

Let's See How It's Done 

Tennis Girl 

Can't Fool Dis Niggah . ; . 

From Far Away Damascus 

Organ Grinders 

Oh, Golly, But I'se Happy 

Street-Sweeper 

Hallelujah Lasses 

Nice Feather Dusters ! 

Matches ! Flypaper ! 

Rag-Pickers 

A Musical Family 

Bill-Poster 

Tough 



Scissors! 

John 

School-Girls , 

Our Beerman 

Competitors 

Harp and Fiddle 

Rapid Messenger Service 

The Ice Man 

The Old Soldier 

Out for a Stroll 

Ah, There! 

Accordeon Player , 

A Disciple of iEsculap 

A Fakir 

Shine! 

The Blind Beggar 

Rushing the Growler 

Extry ! All About the West Side Murder ! 

One of the Finest , 

In the Employ of the Gas Companies 

The Rev. George Washington Snowball 

Letter Carrier 

Berries ! Berries ! ! Strawberries ! ! ! 

The Coal Man 

2826. King Coal of Trinidad 



2834. 
2835. 
3844. 
3845. 
3846. 
3874. 



King Coal of 
King Coal of 
King Coal of 
King Coal of 
King Coal of 
King Coal of 



Trinidad. 
Trinidad. 
Trinidad. 
Trinidad. 
Trinidad. 
Trinidad. 



Peopeietoes. 



The Lincoln Log Cabin As- 



sociation, 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

R. Wilhelm, 



Chicago. 



New York. 



Knotted Garments. 



L. C. Overpeck, 

Hamilton, Ohio. 
J. Sperber, Pittsburg, Pa. 
M. B. Parkinson, New York. 
S. Krausz, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
W. H. Jackson Photo. Co., 
Denver. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
W. & H. I. Marlatt, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 



27 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Pbopbietobs. 


The Day's Receipts 


W & H. I Marlatt 




Harrishurg, Pa. 
Do 


The Terrihle Temptation 


Do 


Treasures of a Garret 


Do. 




Do 







CHROMOS, 

Falls of Minnehaha. Fac-simile pastel 

Niagara Falls. Fac-simile pastel 



Joseph Hoover, 



Do. 



Philadelphia. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. 13. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON 



UNDER 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



FROM 



September 28 to October 3, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright 
has been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division oj Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



The Hunt Conveyor 

Complete Pastoral Account Card... 
Song of an Automatic Phonograph 



What I Would Like My Sweetheart to be 

The Young Soldier Runs Away Visit His Sweetheart. 
Johnny Get Your Gun — Game is PI entiful 



Accident Manual. Provident Fund Societv, New York 

City. 
George H. Miller's Geneva Mineral Water 



New York Cupid. Questions 

Latest News from Europe. London, September 26. 



Jack's Budding Hopes... 
Fruit of Wesley's Work. 



Rural Hints for October.., 
Unfurnished-Room Lease. 



The Liberator , 

The Inquirer's Guide 

Orchestral Studies for Violin 

Public Statues of New York. By Joseph Howard, jr. 

Among the Children. By Margery Daw 

Do You Know Bloggs? By J. Armoy Knox 

A Detective. By Warren R. McVeigh , 

Feminine Fancies. By Margaret Hamm 

A Weird Accusation. By Edward S. Van Zile 

My Lady's Looking-Glass. By George P. Taggart 

Paris Coaches. Paris, September 23, 1891 



Miss Urquhart's Wedding. Paris, September 24, 1891.. 
A Noble Dame of France. Paris, September 24, 1891... 

Coaching in France. Paris, September 24, 1891 , 

Miss Eames Decorated. Paris, September 25, 1891 

Four-in-Hands. Paris, September 25, 1891 

To Break up Brigandage. London, September 27. 1891. 

On the Coaches. Paris, September 28, 1 891 

Mr. Yerkes Will Stay. Paris, September 28, 1891 

On the Coaches. Paris, September 30, 1891 

Outline of Lectures on Political Economy. By Franklin 
H< Giddings. 

Rules for Professional Whist Players '. 

Instructions in Fernoleotype , 

Real Estate Sale Contract 



The Art of Bookselling. Chap. 2 

Her Father's Victim. Chaps. 4-5. By Thomas P. 

Montfort. 
Hannah's Twins. Chaps. 4-6. By M. A. Ray 



Death Could Not Part Them. Chaps. 3-4. By Edward 

Stapleton. 
Structure of Textile Fibers. By George Damon Rice, jr. 

Chap. 26. 

(3) 



Proprietors. 



C. W. Hunt Co., New York. 

C. Harley Smith, Chicago. 
Frank Veniero, 

Montgomery, Ala. 

Do. 

Do. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

A. N. Lockwood, New York. 

Geo. H. Miller, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
H. B. Wellman, New York. 
Sun Printing and Publishing 
Association, New York. 
Edgar W. Nye, New York. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 

D. D. T. Moore, New York. 
A. Lincoln Wright, 

Philadelphia. 
N. Helmer, New York. 

F. E. Smiley, Philadelphia. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 
TheUnited Press, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
F. H. Giddings, 

Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
Henry Miller, New York. 
John Fottrell, Bristol, Pa. 
Chicago Real Estate Board, 
Chicago. 
C. D. Raymer, Minneapolis. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Co. , Chicago. 

Thos. H. B. Pierce, 

Dexter, Me. 
Edward Stapleton, 

San Antonio. 
Geo. Damon Rice, jr., 

Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Yesterday in London. London, September 26, 1891 

The Old Stone House. By Anna K. Green 

Latest News From Europe. London, September 12. 1891. 



The Exile. Chaps. 10-12. By Forrest Crissey. 
Kabelbrief. Berlin, September 26, 1891 



Yorkie Wier. Chap. 14. By L. C. Eogers 

China Protests Too Much. London, September 25, 1891. 

Syllabus of a Course of Six Lectures on American His- 
tory and Government. By Francis N. Thorpe. 



Modern Novelists. By Felix E. Schelling 

Syllabus of a Course of Six Lectures on English Litera- 
ture. By Albert H. Smith. 

Syllabus of a Course of Six Lectures on the Political 
History of Europe. Part 2. By Charles M. Andrews 

Lohman's Surprise Guitar Method 

Morrison's Method for Pianoforte. By C. P. Morrison. 
Part 1. 

Grateful Praise. By M. C. Hazard 



Pboprietoks. 



High School Speller. By Henry L. Boltwood. 



Dement's Pitmanic Shorthand Manual. By Isaac S. 

Dement. 
Wealth and Workmen . By Howard Henderson 



A Manless World. By Agnes Bond Yourell. 



Conduct as a Fine Art. By Nicholas P. Gilman and 
Edward P. Jackson. 



Short Methods of Arithmetic. By J. B. Sherrell. 
Wiscasset Stories. By Eleanor A. Hunter 



The Writiugs of Oliver Wendell Holmes. In thirteen 
volumes. Vol. 3. Large-paper edition. 

The Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes. In thirteen 
volumes. Vol. 4, large-paper edition. 

Helen Potter ' s Impersonations. By Helen Potter 

Laws of Daily Conduct. By Nicholas P. Gilman 



Character Building. By Edward P. Jackson. 



Talks to Sunday-School Teachers. By Joseph G. Terrell. 
Madame De Stael. By Albert Sorel 



His Evil Eye. By Harry L. Hancock 

French Language and Conversation. By Francois Berger. 
Lawyers' General Digest. Book 6, No. 24 



The New Harry and Lucy. Chap. 16. By Edward E. 
Hale and Lucretia P. Hale. 



Press Publishing Co. (N. Y. 
World), New York. 

Anna K. Green Rohlis, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

The Sun Print, and Pub. 

Association, New York. 

Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 

L. C. Rogers, Capioma,Kans. 

New York Associated Press, 

New York. 

The American Society for the 

Extension of University 

Teaching, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

C. A. Lohman, St. Louis. 
White-Smith Music Pub. 

Co. , Boston. 

Congregational S. S. and 

Pub. Society, Boston. 

H. L. Boltwood, 

Evanston, 111. 
I. S. Dement, Chicago. 

Howard Henderson, 

Cincinnati. 
G. W. Dillingham, 

New York. 
Nicholas P. Gilman, West 
Newton, Mass., and Ed- 
ward P. Jackson, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 
J. B. Sherrell, 

Woodville, Ala. 
American Tract Society, 

New York. 
Oliver Wendell Holmes, 

Boston. 
Do. 

Edgar S.Werner, New York. 
Nicholas P. Gilman, 

West Newton, Mass. 
Edward P. Jackson, 

Hartford, Conn. 
A. W. Hall, Syracuse, N. Y. 
A. C. McClurg&Co., 

Chicago. 
J. S. Ogilvie, New York. 
F. Berger, New York. 

Lawyers' Cooperative Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

The Commonwealth Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Instruction Book for Mrs. Long's New Art System for 
Tailoring, Dress-Cutting, etc. 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 402 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. (574 

Beadle's Halt-Dime Library. No. 739 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 26 

Old Cap Collier Library. No. 412 : 



How to Ride. 



Wild and Willful. By Lucy Randall Comfort. 
Landscape Gardening. By Elias A. Long 



A Republican Campaign Hand Book. Part first. 



Phillips' Diary and Time Table for Chicago 
The Vest-Pocket Gems of Devotion , 



Handbook of the Christian Religion. By W. Wilmers . 

Simplicity in Prayer 

Standard Recitations by Best Authors. By Francis P. 
Sullivan. 

Old Sleuth Library. No. 54 

Die Deutsche Library. No. 239 

Fales' New Method of Bookkeeping 



The Switching of a Kicker. By C. H. Augur, 



How Was Mrs. McVickers Widowed? By Henry Her- 
man. 

Causes and Treatment of Sterility. By J. Gerard; trans- 
lated by C. E. Warren. 

State Normal School 

Missouri Reports. Vol. 103. F M. Brown, Reporter.. 

Reminiscences. Chapters 15, 16, 17„ By A. J. (Jack) 
Reed. 

Saddle and Sentiment. Chapters 1-2. By Wenona Gil- 
man. 

The Song Chief. By W. A. Ogden and A. F. Meyers .... 



Proprietors. 



Mrs. Flora Long, 

Fort Wayne. Ind. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Mark W. Cross & Co., 

Boston. 

George Munro, New York. 

Popular Gardening Pub. 

Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

T. A. Filson, 

Concordia, Kans. 
R. & J. Phillips, Chicago. 
Benziger Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
M. J. Ivers & Co. , 

New York. 
George Munro, New Y^ork. 

Do 
Ellis C. Fales, 

Brockton, Mass. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Franklin Fyles, New York. 



C. E. Warren, 



Boston. 



The Faith Doctor. By Fdward Eggleston 



Wilmore's New Analytical Reference Bible. Revised by 

Philip Schaff. 
Sunday School Concert and Music Book. By Marion 

West. 
Songs of Jesus. By the Demoss family 



Military Records of Schoharie County ; Veterans of Four 

Wars. 
Pettifoggers in the Realm of Legal Science. By Louis 

E. Phillips. 
The Margin Line Composition Tablet. No. 238 



The Margin Line Composition Blank. No. 238, B. 

Log Cabin Library. No. 132 

Nick Carter Library. No. 9 

The Nugget Library. No. 112 



A. B. McNeil, San Jose, Cal. 
E. W. Stephens, 

Columbia, Mo. 
J. S. Ross, Eldorado, Iowa. 

Wenona Gilman, New York. 

The W.W.Whitney Co., 

Toledo, Ohio, 
on, 

New Y T ork. 
J. A. Wilmore, New Y^ork. 

Henry D. Noyes & Co., 

Boston. 
The Demoss Family, 

Philadelphia. 
George H. Warner, 

Charlottesville, N. Y. 
Louis E- Phillips, 

San Francisco. 
Wright, Barrett & Still- 
well, St, Paul. 
Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pensions for the Boys in Blue. By W. E. Hastings. 
September 28, 1891. 

Curriculum for the Institute of Social Economics 

Cobden Pellets. By George Brickett 

Parker's Supplementary Reader. No. 1 

Rednings-Ankeret. By M. Ar. Ericius 

Lessons in Language. Book 2. By Horace S. Tarbell.. 

Directory of Richland County, North Dakota 

Gemrnse Immortalitatis. By Alson M. Doak 

The New Rector. Part 4. By Stanley J. Weyrnan 

The Convict Colonel. By Fortune Du Boisgobey 

The Woman of Fire. By Adolphe Belot 

Supplement to Elements of Algebra. Inductive Series.. 

Trust Deed ; Chicago Real Estate Board. Form for Un- 
improved Property.' 

Trust Deed ; Chicago Real Estate Board. Form for Im- 
proved Property. 

Waltham. Price List. Sixty-seventh issue 

The Organ. Vol. 1 

Leadville City Directory, 1891 

History of Georgetown University. By John G. Shea.... 

A New Mexico David. By Charles F. Lummis 

The Boy Settlers. By Noah Brooks :.... 

A Game of Famous Rulers 

Capital Cities 

Application for Stock, Labor-Saving System 

Disbursement Voucher 

Self-Instructor for the Guitar 

New York Detective Library. No. 462 

The Wide Awake Library. No. 1071 

The Wide Awake Library. No. 1072 

The Boys' Star Library. No. 225 

Our Redeemer. Nos. 15 and 16. By Martin Von Coehlm. 

The Countess Palatine. Nos. 90 and 91 

Your Heritage, or New England Threatened. By Calvin 

E. Amaron. 
Psychology. By John Dewey 

The Silver Cross. By Alice E. Curtiss 

Mostly Marjorie Daw. By Virginia F. Townsend, 

The Railway Man and His Children. By Mrs. Oliphant 

State Regulation of Wages. By Conrad Reno 



Proprietors. 



The New York Mail and 
Express. New York. 

W. E. McCord, Peoria, 111. 
Geo. Brickett, Lynn, Mass. 
C. M. Parker, 

Taylorsville, 111. 
M. A. Ericius, New York. 
H. S. Tarbell, 

Providence, R. I. 
Wright T. Orcutt, 

Wahpeton, N. Dak. 
Alson M. Doak, Poe, Pa. 
United States Book Co. , 

New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
American Book Co., 

New York. 
Chicago Real Estate Board, 
Chicago. 
Do. 

Robbins & Appleton, 

New York. 
George Molineux, 

New York. 
Ballenger & Richards, 

Leadville, Colo. 
Joseph H. Richards, 

Georgetown, D. C. 
Chas. F. Lummis, 

Isleta, N. Mex. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
E. W. Frick, Ottawa, Kans. 
Summit Pub. Co., 

Akron, Ohio. 
Hemphill & Lawrence, 

Minneapolis. 
Do. 
August Pollmann, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. Eichler, New York. 

Do. 
Calvin E. Amaron, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 

Congregational S. S. & Pub. 

Society, Boston. 

Lee & Shepard, Boston. 

United States Book Co., 

New York. 
Conrad Reno, Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Is Man Too Prolific ? By H. S. Pomeroy. 



Proprietors. 



The Drama of a Life. Chapters 10-12. By Jean Kate 

Ludlum. 
The Chautauquans. Chapters 23 and 24. By John 

Hahberton. 
Opening of the Bud. By Isabel A. Mallon , 



First in the Field. By Emily Verdery-Battey 

Conference and Trial. By Morris Elliott 

The King's Daughters. By C. A. L. Totten 

Population Craze 

Key to Happy Homes. By A. W. McArthur 

A Dictionary of Thoughts. By Tryon Edwards.... 
Indiana Reports. Vol. 126. By John L. Griffiths. 



The Cause of the Glacial Period. By Marsden Manson.. 

Lectures on Sociology. By Franklin H. Giddings 

Laboratory Work in Physiology. By W. H. Howell 



Text Book of Mechanical Drawing. By Gardener C. : 

Anthony. 
Woman's Manual of Parliamentary Law. By Harriette 

R. Shattuck. 
How to Become an Engineer. By Geo. W. Plympton 

By Right, Not Law. By R. H. Sherard 

Father Stafford. By Anthony Hope 

Memories and Fancies. By Laura G. Carr 

Little Marjorie's Love Story. By Margaret Bouvet 



Poor's Handbook of Investment Securities. July, 1891...! 

Commentary on the Gospel by St. John. By Geo. A. ! 

McLaughlin. 
Military Science and the Art of War. By Joseph M. I 

Califf. Second edition. 

Babyland. 1891 

Little Captain Dopplekop. By I. Lockwood ! 



The Seven Lamps of Life Insurance.. 
The New Game We-Yo's. Fortuity. 
The Handy Wash Book 1891-'92. . . 



Words of Our Presidents. By Jeremiah Chaplin 

The Handy Cook Book 

A Woman in the Case k 

The Rhapsody of a Ruined Home. By Wesley Vander- 

cook. 
Life of General Houston . By Henry Bruce 



Thomas Hooker, Preacher, etc. By George L. Walker. . . . 

Exercises in Rhetoric. By G. R. Carpenter 

Gould's Lawyers' Diary. 1891 



Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

C. A. L. Totten, New Haven. 
J.J.Bell, Windsor, N. Y. 

! A. W. McArthur, New York. 
Cassell Pub. Co., New York. 
Jno. L. Griffiths, 

Indianapolis. 
Marsden Manson, 

San Francisco. 

F. H. Giddings, 

Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
George Wahr, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 

G. C. Anthony, 
Providence, R. I. 

H. R. Shattuck, Boston. 

D. Van Nostrand Co., 
New York. 

Cassell Pub. Co. , New York. 

Do. 
Wm. H. Hills, Boston. 

A. C. McClurg&Co., 

Chicago. 
Poor's Railroad Manual Co., 
New York. 
McDonald, Gill & Co., 

Boston. 
Joseph M. Califf, 

U. S. Army. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 
Ingersoll Lockwood, 

New York. 
The New York Life Insur- 
ance Co., New York. 
J. B. Hoff, 

Union Springs, N. Y. 
G. Pierce Watson, 

Orangeburg, S. C. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 
J. S. Ogilvie, New York. 

Do. 
W. Vandercook, Chicago. 

Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
G. R. Carpenter, Boston. 
W. Reid Gould, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Essentials of Geography. By Gilman C. Fisher 

The Origin of Modern Culture Languages. By Karl 

Rodosi. 

Ginn and Company's Spelling Blank 

Architectural Rendering in Pen and Ink. By D. A. 

Gregg. Part I. 
Favorite Water-Colors. Fac-siniiles 

The Commercial Register of New York, Brooklyn, and 

Vicinity. 
Across the Continent 

The Lily of the Arno. By Virginia W. Johnson 

An Introduction to Ethics. By J. Clark Murray 

A Run Around the World 

Jingle Bells and Merry Times 

A Woman's Talent. By Julia M. Hunt 

With the Fairies 

Fun Alive for Happy Hours 

Chatter 

Old Stories Told Again 

In the High Valley. By Susan Coolidge 

Ars Rhetorica. By R. P. Martino Du Cygue 

The Young Folks Cyclopaedia. By John D. Champlin, jr.. 

Atlas of Southern Anthracite Field. Part 4. Pennsyl- 
vania Geological Survey. 

Atlas of Northern Anthracite Field. Part 6. Pennsyl- 
vania Geological Survey. 

Atlas of Western Middle Anthracite Field. Part 8. 
Pennsylvania Geological Survey. 

The Fine Arts. By G. Baldwin Brown 

The Use and Abuse of Money. W. Cunningham 

Laboratory Practice. By Josiah P. Cooke 

The Interest Burden. By Luther S. Kauffman 

The Beginner's First Step : 

Shafting. Jones & Laughlins, limited. Catalogue F 

Design. By Arthur L. Tuckerman 

Brown's Reciter. Alex. I. Brown 

Method for the Baritone. New and revised edition 

Method for the Violincello. New and revised edition 
Kelly's Universal Self-Instructor. Edited by Albert 

C. Berg. 
Rabbi and Priest. By Milton Goldsmith 

Brudder Kinkhead's Stump Speeches. By George Cooper.. 

The White Cross Library. October, 1891 

The Young Folks' Delight 



Proprietors. 



G. C. Fisher, 

Muskegan, Mich. 
Julius Silversmith, Chicago. 



Ginn & Co. , 
D. A. Gregg, 



Boston. 
Boston. 



Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
Retail Dealers' Protective 
Association, New York. 
Parker Brothers, 

Salem, Mass. 
Estes & Lauriat, Boston. 
De Wolfe, Fiske & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
D6\ 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 
J. Havens Richards, 

Georgetown, D. C. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
Wm. A. Ingham, Sec. of 
Board of Commissioners. 
Do. 

Do. 

Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
J. P. Cooke, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
L. S. Kauffman, 

Philadelphia. 
James Arnold, 

Philadelphia. 
Jones & Laughlins, Chicago. 
A. L. Tuckerman, 

New York. 

Excelsior Publishing House, 

New York. 

C. Fischer, New York. 

Do. 
Thomas Kelly, New York. 

Jewish Publishing Society 
of America, Philadelphia. 
Henry J. Wehman, 

New York. 

F. J. Needham, New York. 

G. M. Vickers, 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Children's Own 

Rip Van Winkle, etc. By Washington Irving 

130 Songs 

Excursion (Futile Enough) to Paris. By Thomas Carlyle 

A First Family of Tasaj ara. By Bret Harte 

American and English Corporation Cases. Vol. 33. By 

Wm. M. McKenney. 
The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 26. Permanent edition 

Ewell's Leading Cases. By Marshall D. Ewell. Stu- 
dents' edition. 

Medical and Surgical Electricity. By George M. Beard 
and A. D. Rockwell. Eighth edition. 

Lyrics and Legends. By Nora Perry 

The Thorough Cipher Code. By Channing Burnz 

L'Ombra. Translated by Rosa B. Ringwalk 

The Milton Tragedy. By Frank H. Cassaday 

The Key to Thrift..... 

Tim 

Olga's Crime. By Frank Barrett 

The One Hoss Shay, with Companion Poems. By Oliver 
Wendell Holmes. 

The Chase of the Meteor. By Edwin L. By nner 

The Social Revolution. By Henry Martel 

John Winthrop ' s Defeat. By Jean Kate Ludlum 

An der Krippe. By Rudolph A. John 

Das Z weite Buch. By Wilhelm Gelbach 

The Lawrence Directory. 1891-'92 

Touch and Technic for Artistic Piano Playing. Part 3. 

By Wm. Mason. 

Ne Plus Ultra Ballad Collection 

Story on the Constitution. Vols. 1 and 2. By Joseph 

Story. Fifth edition. By Melville M. Bigelow. 
A Course in Elementary Mechanical Drawing. By Wm. 

A. Pike. 



Proprietors. 



G. M. Vickers, 

Philadelphia. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Henry J. Wehman, 

New York. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Bret Harte. 
Edward Thompson Co., 

Northport, N. Y. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 

Little, Brown & Co., Boston. 

William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Nora Perry. 
Channing Burnz, 

New York. 
M. J. Ivers&Co., 

New York. 
G. W. Dillingham, 

New York. 
H. C. Spencer, 

Washington, D. C. 
Geo. P. Brett, New York. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Edwin L. Bynner, Boston. 
G. W. Dillingham, 

New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
C. A. Weiss, Chicago. 

E. Steiger & Co., New York. 
Sampson, Murdock & Co., 

Boston. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 
William W. Story, 

Rome, Italy. 
Morris & Wilson, 

Minneapolis. 



PERIODICALS. 



The Newsbook. September 26, 1891. No. 5 

Merck's Bulletin. September, 1891 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 12 

2 T E 



Lambert Willstaedt, 

Joplin, Mo. 

E. Merck, New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietors. 



Federal Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 1. 



New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 1 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 10 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 9 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 22 

American Law Review. Vol. 25, No. 5. September 
and October, 1891. 

The Compass. October 1, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. September 26, 1891.. 
New York Amusement Gazette. September 28, 1891.... 

American Architect. September 26, 1 891 

St. Louis Life. September 24, 1891 

Architecture and Building. September 28, 1 891 

Texas Siltings. October 3, 1891 '.. 



Fox's Weekly. October 5, 1891 

The School Journal. September 26, 1891. 



The Engineering Record. September 26, 1891. 
The Mail Coach. September 26, 1891 



The Youth's Companion. October 1, 1891 

The New York Fireside Companion. October 17, 1891. 
Life's Calendar. October, 1891 



The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. September 
26, 1891. 

American Horse Breeder. September 26, 1891 

The Banner Weekly. October 10, 1891 

The American Stock-Keeper. September 26, 1891 



Good News. October 10, 1891. 
Tobacco. September 25, 1891. 



Golden Hours. October 3, 1891. 



The New York Family Story Paper. October 10, 1891, 
The Farmer's Review. September 23, 1891 '. 



The People's Home Journal. October, 1891 

The American Contractor. September 26, 1891 
The Household Companion. October, 1891 



The American Amateur Photographer. September, ] 891 

Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. September 26, 1891 

Our Little Ones. October, 1.S91 

American Notes and Queries. September 26, 1891 



Current Literature. October, 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveler. October 3, 1891 
Universal Song. July, 1891 



West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Review Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 
William Cox, New York. 

D. Appleton, New York. 
F. T. Low, New York. 
Ticknor & Co., New York. 
Moore & Garth, St. Louis. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
Texas Siftings Pub. Co., 

New York and London. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 

E. L. Kellogg &Co., 

New York. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
Mail Coach Company, 

New York. 
Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 
George Munro, New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
L. K. Strouse&Co.. 

New York. 
George B. James, Boston. 
Beadle Sc Adams, New York. 
American Stock-Keeper 
Publishing Co. , Boston. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
Hannibal H. Chandler & Co. , 
Chicago. 

F. M. Lupton, New York. 
B. Edwards & Co.. Chicago. 
Household Companion Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

Amer. Photographic Pub. 
Co., New York. 

E. and H. T. Anthony & Co. , 
New r York. 
Russell Pub. Co., Boston. 
Westminster Pub. Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Current Literature Pub. Co. , 
New York. 
Review Printing Co., 

Chicago. 

The American Tonic Sol-Fa 

Ass'n and College of Music, 

New York. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Trifet's Monthly Budget of Music. September, 1891 
Life. October 1, 181)1 



Puck. September 30, 1891 

Harper's Young People. September 29, 1891 



Harper's Bazar. October 17, 1891 . 
Harper's Weekly. October 3, 1891 , 
DerSendbote. October, 1891 



International Journal of Ethics. October. 1891 
TheMonist. October, 1891 

Success with Flowers. October, 1891... 

The Sunday School Times. October 3, 1891 ... 
Internal Revenue Record. September 28, 1891. 



The American Paper Trade.. September 26, 1891. 
The Art Interchange. October, 1891 , 



Outing. October, 1891 

Median's Monthly. October, 1891 

The Illustrated American. October 3, 1891 



The Postal Record. September, 1891 
Golden Days. October 10, 1891 



Saturday Night. October 17, 1891 

The National Standard. July and August, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland und Amerika. September 

30, 1891. 
American Agriculturist. October, 1891 



The New York Ledger. October 3, 1891. 
Electrical Review. October 3, 1891 



Biles' Whisky Price List. October 1 , 1891 

Ave Maria. October 3, 1891 



The Overland Monthly. October, 1891 

The Kindergarten Magazine. October, 1891. 
The Stenographer. October, 1891 



The American Journal of the Medical Sciences. July, 

August, September, and October, 1891. 
The World's Official Diary. October, 1891 



St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. September 28 to 

October 3, 1891. 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. October 3, 1891 



F. Trifet, Boston. 

Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

.New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Franciscan Fathers, 

Cincinnati. 
S. Burns Weston, 

Philadelphia. 
The Open Court Pub. Co., 

Chicago. 
The Dingee & Conard Co. , 

West Grove, Pa. 
John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
W. C. and F. P. Church, 

New York. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 
Art Interchange Co. , 

New York. 
Outing Company, 

New York. 
Thomas Meehan & Sons, 

Philadelphia, 

Illustrated American Pub. 

Co., New York. 

John F. Victory, New York. 

James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Daniel Browne, New York. 
Germania Publishing Co., 

New York. 
The Orange Judd Co , 

New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 

Electrical Review Pub. Co. , 

New York. 

J.W. Biles & Co., Cincinnati. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Overland Monthly Pub. Co. , 
San Francisco. 
Kindergarten Pub. Co. , 

Chicago. 
Stenographer Pub. Co., 

Philadelphia 
Lea Brothers & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 

World's Official Diary Pub. 

Co. , New York. 

P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 



12 



PERIODIC AXS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Archives of Pediatrics. October, 1891 

Babyhood. October, 1891 

Ornithologist and Oologist 

The Criminal Law Magazine. September, 1891 

The Path. October, 1891 

Judge's Library. October, 1891 

Transactions of American Society of Civil Engineers. 
July, 1891. 

Our Little Men and Women. October, 1891 

Babyland. October, 1891 * 

Wide Awake. October, 1891 : .... 

The Story Teller. October, 1891 

The Pansy. October, 1891 

The Magazine of Christian Literature. October, 1891 

Proceedings Engineers' Club of Philadelphia. July, 1891.. 

The Eclectic Medical Journal. October, 1891 

The Andover Review. October, 1891 

The National Police Gazette. October 10, 1891 

The Housekeeper. October 1, 1891 

The Jewelers' Circular. September 30, 1891 

The Farm and Home. October!, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. October 1, 1891 

The Mayflower. October, 1891 

People's Illustrated Journal. October, 1891 

The Thrifty Farmer. October, 1891 

Illustrated Family Herald. October, 1891 

Daughters of America. October, 1891 

True' s Farming World. October, 1891 

Golden Moments. October, 1891 

People's Literary Companion. October, 1891 

National Farmer. October, 1891 

Sunshine for Youth. October, 1891 

Our Home and Fireside Magazine. October, 1891 

Hallett's American Farmer. October, 1891 

Practical Housekeeper. October, 1891 

Forest and Stream. October 1, 1891 

Garden and Forest. September 30, 1891 

Scientific American. Octobers, 1891 

Scientific American Supplement. October 3, 1891 

Locomotive Engineer. October, 1891 



Proprietors. 



J. B. Lippincott & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Babyhood Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Frank B. Webster, 

Hyde Park, Mass. 
F.D. Linn & Co., 

Jersey City. 

Wm. Q. Judge, New York. 

Judge Pub. Co., New York. 

American Society of Civil 

Engineers, New York. 

D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Christian Literature Co., 

New York. 
Engineers' Club of Philadel- 
phia. 
Jno. M. Scudder, 

Cincinnati. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Buckeye Publishing Co., 

Minneapolis. 
Jewelers' Circular Pub. Co. , 
New York. 
Phelps Publishing Co. , 

Springfield, Mass. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 
John L. Childs. 

Floral Park, N. Y. 
George Stinson & Co., 

Portland, Me. 
Do. 
True & Co., Augusta, Me. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

E. C. Allen &Co., 

Augusta. Me. 
Do. 
Do. 
H. Hallett&Co., 

Portland, Me. 

Do. 

Do. 

Forest and Stream Pub. Co. , 

New York. 

Garden and Forest Pub. Co., 

New York. 

Munn & Co. , New York. 

Do. 
H. B. Miller & L. B. Moore, 
New York. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Christian Union. October 3, 1891 

Ladies' Home Journal. October, 1891 

Western Electrician. October 3, 1891 

American Exchange and Review. October, 1891 

National Car and Locomotive Builders. October, 1891... 

The American Field. October 3, 1891 

Best Things. September, 1891 

Illustrated Police News. October 3, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. September 30, 1891 

The Power and Transmission. September, 1891 

Kate Field's Washington. September 30, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Budget. November, 1891 

The Rural New Yorker. October 3, 1891 

The Christian Herald. September 30, 1891 

Home and Farm. October 1, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. October 3, 1891.. 

Judge. October 3, 1891 

New Fork Clipper. October 3, 1891 

The Golden Weekly. October 15, 1891 

The Electrical World. October 3, 1891 

Sun and Shade. October, 1891 

Travelers' Official Guide. October, 1891 

Real Estate Chart. September 28 to October 2, 1891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. September 30, 1891 

The Argosy. October 10. 1891 

Fox's Weekly. October 12, 1891 

L' Art de la Mode. November, 1891 

Modes and Fabrics. October, 1891 

Journal of Cutaneous and Grenito- Urinary Diseases. Oc- 
tober, 1891. 
Table-Talk. October, 1891 

New England Magazine. October, 1891 

The Sporting Life. October 3, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. October 3, 1891 

Fanciers' Journal. October 3, 1891 



Christian Union Co., 

New York. 
Cyrus If. K. Curtis. 

Philadelphia. 

Electrician Publishing Co., 

Chicago. 

Review Print, and Pub. Co., 

Philadelphia. 

R. M. Van Arsdale, 

New York. 
American Field Pub. Co., 

New York. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 
Police News Pub. Co. , 

Boston. 
Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
Power and Transmis'n Pub. 
Co., Mishawaka, Ind. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
Rural Pub. Co. . New York. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Home and Farm Pub. Co., 

Louisville, Ky. 
The Judge Publishing Co., 
New York. 
Do. 
The Frank Queen Pub. Co., 
New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
The W. J. Johnston Co., 

New York. 
N. Y. Photogravure Co., 

New York. 
National Railway Pub. Co., 
New York. 
The Record Pubishing Co. , 
Philadelphia. 
Jewelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Frank A. Munsey, New Y r ork. 
Richard K. Fox, New Y'ork. 
W. J. Morse, New York. 
H.W.MacLellan, New York. 
D. Appleton & Company, 

New York. 

Table-Talk Publishing Co., 

Philadelphia. 

New England Magazine 

Corporation, Boston. 

Sporting Life Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Fanciers' Journal Publish- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Street & Smith's New York Weekly. October 17, 1891.. 

Good News. October 17, 1891 

The Street Railway Journal. October, 1891 

The No Name Magazine. October, 1891 

The Teacher. June, 1891.... 



Proprietors. 



Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Street Railway Publishing 
Company, New York. 
American Press Company, 

Baltimore. 
The Teacher Co. , New York. 



MAPS. 



Chart Showing the Distribution of the Races of Men.... 

Volcanoes, Active and Extinct, and Earthquake Areas. . 

Cotidal and Thermal Chart 

Chart of the Winds 

Hyetographic or Rain Chart 

Chart of the World, Showing the Principal Industrial 

Pursuits and Most Important Ocean Routes. 

Geographical Distribution of Plant Life 

Geographical Distribution of Principal Forms of Animal 

Life. 

Annual Isothermal Lines and Zones of Temperature 

Elevations of Land and Depths of Sea 

Currents of the Sea and Drainage of the Land 

Map of Florida 

North and South Carolina , 

Virginia and West Virginia 

Alabama 

City and Vicinity of Joplin, Mo. 1891 

Aurora, Mo. 1891 

The Works of Jesus During His Journey Through Pales- 
tine. 
Map of Essex County 

Massachusetts 

Chester, Pa. August, 1891 

Roslyn, Wash. August, 1891 , 

Madera. Cal. August, 1891 , 

Westerly and Watch Hill, R. I. ; Pawcatuc, Conn. Au- 
gust, 1891. 

Johnsonburg, Pa. August, 1891 

Danville, Pa. August, 1*91 

Quincy, Mass. August, 1891 

Plaquemine, La. August, 1891 

New Castle, Wyo. August, 1891 

Olean, N. Y. August, 1891 

Vineland, N. J. August, 1891 

Hurley, Wis. August, 1891 

Du Bois, Pa. August, 1891 

Neenah, Wis. August, 1891 

Hudson, Wis. August, 1891 

Insurance Map of Dubuque, Iowa. 1891 



University Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Mast, Crowell & Kirkpat- 
rick, Springfield, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. S. Beadle, Pittsburg, Kan s. 

Do. 
M. D. Waynian, 

Covington, Ky. 
Geo. H. Walker & Co., 

Boston. 

Do. 
Sanborn -Perris Map Co. , 
Limited, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



15 
CHARTS 



Titles. 



I'KOPKIETORK. 



Historical Chart of the Christian Religion. No. 1. 1891.. W. B. Purely, 
Universal Elementary Reading Chart John Kelly, 



Corsica. Pa. 
New York. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



The Irish Volunteer. By Francis Tyrone. 



Thomas F. Lawton, 

Norwalk, Conn. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Beautiful Songs of Jesus. By Henry S. De Moss 

Christ Hath Risen. Words hy Minnie V. De Moss ; 

music by Henry S. De Moss. 

Glory to God in the Highest. By Henry S. De Moss 

I Am Sailing. By Henry S. De Moss 

I Expect to Sing a Song in Heaven. By Henry S. De 

Moss. 

If Ever I Loved Thee. By Henry S. De Moss 

I Know That My Redeemer Liveth. By Henry S. De 

Moss. 

Let the Little Ones Come. By Henry S. De Moss 

Listen, O Listen. By Henry S. De Moss 

Lord, Keep Me Close Unto Thee. Words by Henry S. 

De Moss ; music by Mrs. Elizabeth A. De Moss. 

Oh ! What Must I Do ? By Henry S. De Moss 

The Gate Wide Ajar. Words by S. T. Beatty ; music 

by Henry De Moss. 

The Lord Is Good. By Henry S. De Moss 

Sing the Gospel. Words by Mrs. B. S. Reed ; music by 

Rev. J. H. Dudley. 
What Will You Do? Words by Minnie V. De Moss ; 

music by Henry S. De Moss. 
The Lord Bids Me Enter. Words by Minnie V. De 

Moss ; music by Henry S. De Moss. 

'Tis Then I Call to Jesus. By Henry S. De Moss 

The Bells. Words by Minnie V. De Moss ; music by 

Henry S. De Moss. 

I Will Guide Thee. By Chas. Murdock 

The Loving Saviour. By Chas. M urdock 

All Hail the Children's Day. By James M. De Moss.. .. 

Alas ! and Did My Saviour Bleed ! Words by I. Watts ; 
music by James M. De Moss. 

Beautiful Land. By James M. De Moss 

Hath Everlasting Life. By James M„ De Moss 

Oh, Blessed Lamb! By James M. De Moss 

Prodigal Come Home. By James M. De Moss 

Salvation. By James M. De Moss 

Sinner, Oh Come! By James M. De Moss 

When Jesus Went to Pray. By James M. De Moss 



Henry S. De Moss, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Chas. Murdock. 

Do. 
James M. De Moss, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Propeietoes. 



Wondrous Mercy. Words by Minnie V. De Moss ; 

music by Mrs. Elizabeth A. De Moss. 
We Shall Meet in the By and By. By James M. De 

Moss. 
Keeping Our Hands in the Saviour's. By Lizzie I. De 

Moss. 

Oh! Guide Us. By Lizzie I. De Moss 

Jesus Will Save You. By Lizzie I. De Moss 

Saviour, Have Compassion. By Lizzie I. De Moss 

Wear the Golden Crowns. By Lizzie I. De Moss 

Loved Ones in Heaven. By Lizzie I. De Moss... 

Go Ye Forth. Words by Minnie V. De Moss 

I Love My Blessed Jesus. By Lizzie I. De Moss 

Eejoice. By Lizzie I. De Moss ... 

Praise Him Forever. By Lizzie I. De Moss 

Which Life Shall It Be? Words by R. M. Offord ; 

music by J. J. Lowe. 

Softly Now the Light. By J. J. Lowe 

Nobody Knows But Jesus. Words by R. M. Ofiford ; 

music by J. J. Lowe. 
All Hail the Glorious Morning. By George G. De Moss. 

Lord, Have Mercy. By George G. De Moss 

You Must Take Care, My Friend. By George G. De Moss, 

Land of Rest. By George G. De Moss 

Shall We Meet and Sing. By George G. De Moss 

The Pure in Heart. By George G. De Moss 

The Day ibr Crowning. By George G. De Moss , 

Christ, Our Bethlehem Star. By Minnie V. De Moss... 

Dearest Sister. By Minnie V. De Moss 

God Be With You on Life's Journey. By Minnie V. 
De Moss. 

Golden Harps in Heaven. By Minnie V. De Moss 

If He Should Come. By Minnie V. De Moss 

1 Go to My Saviour. By Minnie V. De Moss 

I'm Washed by the Blood. By Minnie V. De Moss 

Never Forget to Pray. By Minnie V. De Moss 

Oh! I'm Happy! By Minnie V. De Moss , 

Safe to the Other Side. Words by Lizzie I. De Moss ; 

music by Minnie V. De Moss. 

The Lord is Merciful. By Minnie V. De Moss 

Thy Will, Not Mine, Be Done. By Minnie V. De Moss. 
To-morrow May Never Come. By Minnie V. De Moss.. 

To Thee. By Minnie V. De Moss 

Victory, Victory ! By Minnie V. De Moss , 

We Shall Meet on the Golden Shore. By Minnie V. De 

Moss. 

Will You Meet Me? By Minnie V. De Moss 

Noble Flag, Wave On. By Minnie V. De Moss 

Come to Jesus, Little Children. Words by Minnie V. 

De Moss ; music by E. May De Moss. 
Nearer, Lord, O, Keep Me Near. By Minnie V. De 

Moss. 
Awake, My Soul. By J. Wiegand ; arranged for chorus 

by B. Hamma: 

The Star of Bethlehem. By J. Wiegand 

Your Voices Raise Ye. By J. Wiegand.., 



James M. De Moss. 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Lizzie I. De Moss, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. J. Lowe, 



Philadelphia. 



Do. 
Do. 



George G. De Moss, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Minnie V. De Moss, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

J. Fischer & Bro. , New York. 

Do. 
Do. 



17 

musical compositions-continued. 



Titles. 



Prelude and Salutatory 

The World, the Flesh, aud the (D)Evil One. By Frank 
L. Bristow. 

Jesus Lives! 

A Chant of Grief. By Peter Tschaikowsky 

Cavalleria Rusticana. (Prelude.) By P. Mascagni ; ar- 
ranged hy Gustav L. Becker. (Four hands.) 

Cavalleria Rusticana. (Intermezzo. ) Arranged by G. L. 
Becker. (Four hands.) 

Talking, Talking, Talking. Humorous Song. By Con- 
stantin Sternberg. 

Oh ! What a Difference in the Morning. By Alexander 
Spencer. 

Requiem Mass. By Antonin Dvorak 

' ' Veni, Creator Spiritus. " By A. C. Mackenzie 

Eden ; a Dramatic Oratorio. By C. Villiers Stanford .... 

Awake up, My Glory. By Battison Haynes 

Land of Home. Two-part song. Words by G. W. 
Southey ; music by B. Liitgen. 

Praise the Lord, O My Soul. ( Four voices. ) J. W. Elliott. 

Heave the Anchor. (Four voices. ) By Wm. Alex Bar- 
rett. 

Let Us Sing of His Love. By W T m. J. Kirkpatrick 

The Girl Next Door to Me. By J. W. Hall 

I Was Underneath. By George Lester 

Danny McCall. By Arthur West 

The Shipwreck. By Felix McGlennon 

Apollonia Festival Dance. By Jasper Vale-Lane 

Comrades March. By Celian Kottaun 

The Southampton Cornet Band Song. By Berk Mowers. 

Doubt' st Thou? Sacred Song. By George Propheter. .. 
Bane's New Polish Dance. By Johnson Bane 

I Arise from Dreams of Thee. By James M. North 

"Jenny and Joe." By W. C. Robey 

Blue Eyes Mazurka. By Carl Fessler 

Heimlich und Leise. By Voros Miska 

Fanfare Galop. By P. Robert Klute 

Mysterious Night. By F. Debois 

Waltz-Caprice. By Emile Karst 

Jerusalem, the Golden. By C. A. Havens 

Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone. By C. A. Havens 

Gloria in Excelsis, in D. By C. A. Havens 

The Knights of England March. By A. Vowles Reeves 
and Thomas Loder. 

Dainty Step Caprice Dance. By Henry Lamb 

Frolic of the Clogs Schottische. By T. H. Rollinsou 

Love's Proving. Song. By Robert Coverly 

Humming Bird. By Calixa Lavallee 

3 T E 



Proprietors. 



Edward T. Potter, 

Newport, R. I. 
E. O. Excell, Chicago. 

A. F. Meyers, Toledo, Ohio. 
J. O. von Prochazka, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Hitchcock & McCargo Pub. 
Co., New York. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Southampton Cornet Band, 

Lee's Cross-Roads, Pa. 
Geo. Propheter, Cincinnati. 
Johnson Bane, 

Waynesburg, Pa. 
James M. North, St. Louis. 
Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Carl Fessler, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
Benjamin's Music Store, 

St. Louis. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Bollman Bros. Music Co., 

St. Louis. 
Clayton F. Summy, 

Chicago. 
Do. 
Do. 
Thomas L. Childerstone, 

London, England. 
Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Echo of Love Rondo Facile By E S. Phelps 


Oliver Ditson Co., Boston 


Swinging at the Farm. Song. By John W. Hinds 


Do. 
Do. 


Judith Gavotte By Paul Schindler 


Do. 


On the Veranda By John W. Hinds 


Do. 


Friends ! Friends ! Friends ! Song. By Martin Hennesey.. 

Holsteiner's Band. Song and chorus. By R. T. White- 
house. 

Lightning Flash. By John Francis Gilder. Four hands.. 

Circus Maximus March. By Edward Wittich. Four 
hands. 

Sunset and Shore. By Ross Winans 


Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 


Constancy. By Charles F. Webber 


Do. 


The Jolly Four. [Male quartet. ) By Addison F. An- 
drews. 
Nahant March for band. By G. P 


Do. 
Do. 


Thou, God, Art Praised in Sion. (Anthem. ) By W. P. 

Goate. 
The Inca's Farewell. Cantata. By S. G. Pratt 


Do. 
Do. 


Duchess Gavotte. By Edward Wittich 

We Praise Thee, God ; We Acknowledge Thee, etc. Song.. 

Worship the King, all Glorious Above. Song,,. 

The Lord is my Shepherd. Musical responsive reading.. 

1 Can not Always Trace the Way. Song 


Falk & Zimmerman, 

Cincinnati. 
Congregational S. S. & Pub- 
lishing Society, Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


For the Beauty of the Earth. Song 


Do. 


There's a Wideness in God's Mercy. Song 


Do. 


Banjo Orchestra Music. By Thomas J. Armstrong 

The Duke's Grand March. Guitar duet. By E. H. Frey.. 
Away Down on the Susquehanna Reel. Banjo. By 

W. P. Blanchard. 
Marmion Schottische. Banjo. By J. Vernet 


S. S. Stewart, Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 


Wizard Jig. Banjo. By Thomas J. Armstrong 


Do. 


Dewdrop Mazurka. Guitar. By E. H. Frey 

Twilight Mazurka. Banjo and guitar. By E. H. Frey... 
Sing Unto the Lord. Anthem. By C T. Steele 

Quaintness. ' ' Star of the South, ' ' etc. By T. Moelling. .. 

Minuet. ' ' Star of the South, ' ' etc. By T. Moelling 

Whippoorwill. Romance. By Blind Boone 


Do. 

Do. 
White-Smith Music Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


The Fickle Maid. Ballad. By John Chas. Ervini 


Do. 


My Heart will Hear. Song. By John Chas. Ervini 

On the Cross. Song. By Lor en Bragdon 


Do. 
Do. 


Spanish Peasant Dance. By Frederick W. Holland 

The Darkies' Jubilee. By John M Turner 


Do. 
John M. Turner, New York. 
Andre Messager, 

Paris, France. 
R. E. Hudson 


Helene. Drama in four acts. Music by Andre Messager.. 
Rej oicing Evermore. By R. E. Hudson 


Satisfied. By R. E. Hudson 


Alliance, Ohio. 
Do. 


Blessed Name. By R. E. Hudson 


Do. 


Half Has Never Yet Been Told. By R. E. Hudson 

I'll Live for Him. By C. R. Dunbar 

Happy on the Way. By R. E. Hudson 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


His Yoke is Easy. By R. E. Hudson 


Do. 


Who'll Enlist? By R. E. Hudson 

At the Cross. By R. E. Hudson 


Do. 
Do. 


Living Waters Flow. By R. E. Hudson 


Do. 



19 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Ovum i:i>. 



Titles. 



Saved by His Grace Alone! By R. E. Hudson 

Rose of Sharon. By R. E. Hudson 

Beautiful City of Gold. By R. E. Hudson 

Behold the Bridegroom. By R. E. Hudson 

Coming Home To-Night. By R. E. Hudson 

Father's House. By R. E. Hudson 

Wonderful Love. By R. E. Hudson 

We Are Walking in the Light. By R. E. Hudson 

Safety. By R. E. Hudson 

Jesus, Lover of My Soul. By R. E. Hudson 

Steadfast and True. By Harry Pepper 

A Message from a Stranger. By W. L. Needham 

Luisita Waltz. By Tudie Fortin 

Reverie. Violiu and piano. By H. F. Schmit 

Valse Caprice. By Courlaeander 

Fire-Fly Waltz. By Lottie S. Crook 

Valse-Etude. By Fred. L. Morey 

Gavotte and Musette. By Fred. L. Morey 

The Famous Bric-a-Brac Polka. By Ch. Coote 

The Continental Brigadiers. By Ph. Fahrbach 

Glorious Girls. By H. Strobl 

Down at de Silver Wedding. By Harry S. Miller 

Rayon D'Or. By H. A. Hall 

The Sailors of Kermor. English version by J. C. D. 
Parker. Music by C. Saint-Saens. 

The Aurora. By C. G. Sweet 

O be Joyful in the Lord. By Everette E. Truette 

Evening Hymn. By Everette E Truette 

O, Lord, Most Holy. By Everette E. Truette 

The Cab Catch. (Four voices. ) By Alfred J. Caldicot. 
Bridal Yeil. By J. Zimmermann 

A Sailor's Home, Sweet Home. (Waltz.) Arranged by 
Robert Recker. 

The Picture with Its Face Turned to the Wall. Waltz. 
Arranged by L. 0. De Witt. 

Lusitania. Waltz. By Florence Fare 

Peerless Medley Quadrille. Arranged byR. Schlepegrell 

Call Me Thine Own. Cornet. By J. S. Cox ; arranged 
By Paul de Ville. 

The Hustler. Galop. By Andrew Hermann 

The Jolly Chums. Polka. By Andrew Hermann 

Marche Turque. By L. Von Beethoven ; arranged by 
Theo. Moses. 

Minuet from Opera Don Juan. By W. A. Mozart ; ar- 
ranged by Theo. Moses. 

Adelaide. Cornet. By L. Von Beethoven ; arranged 
by Theo. Moses. 

Andante from Surprise Symphonic. By G. Haydn ; ar- 
ranged by Theo. Moses. 

Minuet from Military Symphonic By J. Haydn ; ar- 
ranged by Theo. Moses. 

Selection from R. Wagner's Tannhauser. . By Theo. 
Moses. 



Pbopbietoes. 



Iv. E. Hudson. 

Alliance, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Hitchcock & McCargo Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
W. L. Needham, 

Wesson, Miss. 
Tudie Fortin. New Orleans. 
Geo. Willig & Co., 

Baltimore. 

Do. 

Do. 
Fred. L. Morey, Chicago. 

Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Chas. W. Held, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Do. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

C. G. Sweet, Aurora, 111. 
Everette E. Truette, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

J. Chas. Grasmuk, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 



C. Fischer 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



New York. 



20 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Happy Hours. Arranged for baritone, ace. piano or 
organ. By Paul de Ville. 

Presto Polka. By E. V. A. Dayton 

Gipsey's Moonlight Dance. Cornet. By Karl Kraeger ; 
arranged by D. W. Reeves. 

Minerva Overture. Cornet. By Charles Richards ; ar- 
ranged by H. Prendiville. 

Irish Overture. Cornet. By Carl Volti ; arranged by 
H. Prendiville. 

March, Comrades. Cornet. By D. W. Reeves 

Happy Hours. Arranged for cornet, ace. piano or organ. 
By Paul de Ville. 

Daily Question. Medley. Arranged by Schlepegrell — 

Cocoanut Dance. By Andrew Hermann 

My Ideal. By Andrew Hermann 

Die Entftihrung aus dem Serail. By W. A. Mozart ; ar- 
ranged by Theo. Moses. 

A Concert in the Forest. By Rich. Eilenberg 

Grand Fantasia, I Will Be Waiting for You at the Gate. 
Violin solo. By Douglass Pitts. 

Mother's Plaid Shawl. Song. Words and music by 
John T. Kelly. 

We Were Sweethearts, Nell and I. Song. Words and 
music by John T. Kelly. 

Lyric Invocation. Words by Caroline Hazard ; music 
by Jules Jordan. 

Love Is a Mist. Waltz, song, and refrain. Poem and 
melody by Bert C. Norman ; arranged by Robt. Bloom. 

Sing Again Thy Song. Song. Words by H. Oakley ; 
music by Anton Strelezki. 

Reversible Waltz. Violin. By Chas. Lovenberg 

The Darkie's Dream. Song. Music by G. L. Lansing ; 

words by L. Isabelle Giles. 
The Little Fruit Store on the Corner. Song. Words by 

Chas. F. Pidgin ; music by J. W. Wheeler. 
With Pleasure. Schottische. By Arthur M. Cohen 

Annie Laurie, with original variations. Banjo. By 
Clarence L. Partee. 

Enchantment. Mazurka. By Anthony Lohmann 

TheBell. Polka. By Arthur M. Cohen 

Little Jewel. Polka Mazurka. By Arthur M. Cohen . . 

Florentine March. By Arthur M. Cohen 

Enchantment. Gavotte. By Arthur M. Cohen 

Zuleika. Waltz. By Florence Fare 

Hungarian Dance. Piano. By George Frederick West 

Polish Dance. Piano. By George Frederick West 

On Silver Waters. Song, No. 1, in F. Words by Ellis 

Walton ; music by Jos. L. Roeckel. 
On Silver Waters. Song, No 2, in G, original key. 

Words by Ellis Walton ; music by Jos. L. Roeckel. 
On Silver Waters. Song, No. 3, in Bb. Words by Ellis 

Walton ; music by Jos. L. Roeckel. 
The Lord is My Light. Anthem. By J. Lewis Browne 



C. Fischer, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Page & Norman. 

OttoSutro&Co., 

Baltimore. 
Chas. Lovenberg, 

Providence, R. I. 
L. B. Gatcomb Co., Boston. 

Chas. F. Pidgin, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Denver Music Co., Denver. 

Do. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Robert Cocks & Co. , 

London, England. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Century Piano Company, 

Minneapolis. 



21 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Felicity. Piauo solo. By T. E. Penman 


T. E. Penman 


Felicity. Violin and Piano. By T. E. Penman 


Red Cloud, Nebr. 
Do. 


Turn Down the Gas. Song. Words by Jno. A. Fraser, 

jr. ; music by Geo. Schleiffarth. 

Jenny and Joe. Song. By W. C. Robey 

Never in a Thousand Years. Song. Words by Jno. A. 

Frazer ; music by Geo. Schleiffarth. 
Waiting, Yes Waiting. Words by J. M. Hillan ; music 

by Mamie H. Lynton. 


Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Do. 
Do. 

M. D. Swisher, 

Philadelphia. 



ENGRAVINGS, 



Alpha Delta Phi 

What O'Clock. By E. F. Hubbard 

Dordrecht. By Leigh Hunt 

Hackensack Meadows. By Leigh Hunt 

A Drawn Game. By J. Mercier .. 

Feast to Flora 

A Dreamy Day. By Benjamin Lander 

The Legend of the Lake 

Supplement to the Primary School. Vol. 1, No. 1 

Banquet in Honor of the Comte de Paris by the Army of 

the Potomac. New York, October 20, 1890. 
Christopher Columbus. Drawn by Frank V. DuMond .. 

The Cliffs 

The Restless Waves 

A Peaceful Haven 

The Coming Storm 

A June Morning 

Ashore 

The Baker Revolving Telephone Index and Tablet. By 
Samuel W. Stevens. 



H. R. Lockwood, 

Yonkers, N. Y. 
Frederick Keppel & Co. , 

New York. 
Leigh Hunt, New York. 

Do. 
J. Mercier, New York. 

Fishel, Adler & Schwartz, 
New York. 
Do. 
L. A. Edwards, New York. 
The Teacher's Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Homer Lee Bank Note Co., 
New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
The Artogravure Co. , 

Central Falls, R. I. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Samuel W. Stevens, 

Kansas City, Mo. 



CUTS. 



Gate for Arched Doorway . 

Dwarf Railing and Gate 

Dwarf Railing and Gate 

Street and Stoop Railing with Post 

Dwarf Railing and Post 

Staircas'e Railing and Griffin 

Area Gate. 

Entrance Gates with Chain Railing and Posts 

Area Gate , 

Enclosure for Yards with Gate of Galvanized Sheet Iron 



The J. L. Mott Iron Works, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



22 

CUTS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Peopeietoes. 


Stoop Railing, Posts and Newel, Window Guard 


The J. L. Mott Iron Works, 


Windo w Guards 


New York. 
Do. 


Iron Dwarf Railing 


Do. 


Dwarf Railing and Posts 


Do. 


Railing and Posts for Stone Base 


Do. 


Altar Rail, Romanesque : 


Do. 


A.ltar Rail 


Do. 


Entrance Gate and Railing with Gate Posts 


Do. 


Entrance Gate and Railing with Gate Posts and Lamps.... 
Thorburn's Dwarf Lima Beans 


Do. 
J. M. Thorburn & Co., 




New York. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Sarsfield 

Champion Ruby Glenmore 
Diana Lucifera 

Julia Arthur. No. 1 

Julia Arthur. No. 2 

Julia Arthur. No. 3 

Juno Burbank. No. 1 

The Queen's 

Hesitation 

New Island Wanderer 



Schreiber & Sons, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Sarah A. Scull, 

Washington, D. C. 
B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
T. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
Robert S. Redfield, 

Philadelphia. 
D. R. Hardy, Clayton, N. Y. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Madame Laura Schirmer-Mapleson 
Tea Roses 



Roses. "La France" 

Wild Roses. Daisies 

Purple Lilac, White Roses, Jacqueminot Roses 

Pansies 

The Young Artist 

Family Cares 

The Darkie's Dream 

Great Horses in a Great Race. Salvator and Tenny I Currier & Ives, 

Nelson. 2.10| Do. 



Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 
J. Ottman Litho. Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Babbitt, New York. 

Do. 

Gatcomb Co., Boston. 
New York. 



B. T. 
L. B. 



OHROMOS, 



The Woodland Brook 
Ma Belle 



The Art Interchange Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



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Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



A First Family of Tasajara. Chapter 4 [etc.]. By Bret 

Harte. 
The Quality of Mercy. Chapters 1-5. By W. D. Howells. 
Music as a Soothing Medicine. London, Octobers, 1891. 

Crisis in Bulgaria. London, October 2, 1891 

Money for America. London, October 3, 1891 

Officials Implicated. Shanghai, October 3, 1891 

London Gossip. London, October 3, 1891 

Stanley's Next Trip. Ostend, October 3, 1891 

Lively Topics for Parisian Tongues. Paris, October 3, 

1891. 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 3, 1891 

Dvorjak, the Bohemian Composer. London, October 3, 

1891. 

The Tory Worm. London, October 3, 1891 

How Queen Victoria Averted War. Berlin, October 3, 

1891. 
Blaine's Hand Was Paralyzed. Milan, October 4, 1891.. 

The Porte Gets a Reply. London, October 4, 1891 

On the Coaches. Paris, October 1, 1891 

On the Coaches. Paris, October 2, 1891 

On the Coaches. Paris, October 5, 1891 

On the Coaches. Paris, October 7, 1891 , 

O'Kelly's Surprise. London, October 7, 1891 , 

No Surrender. Dublin, October 7, 1891 

At Boulanger's Grave. Brussels, October 6, 1891 

Trees of Washington, D. C , , 



The South Seas. Chapters 53, 54. By Robert Louis 

Stevenson. 
At the Court of a Sea King. Chapter 53. By Robert 

Louis Stevenson. 

Life in a Light-House. By Ezra S. Mott 

A Narrow Escape From Starvation. By Frederick 

Schwatka. 
The Crossing of the Pimaya Gulch. By Clarence Pullen. 

How a Battle is Planned. By Theodore A. Dodge 

The Best Way to Win. By Walter Camp 

Hunting with a Bow and Arrow. By Maurice Thompson. 

A Strange Signal. By G. W.Benjamin. 

A Dramatic Cavalry Charge. By Charles King... 

The Cabinet of the United States. By John J. Ingalls .. 

Why do Birds Sing? By C. C. Abbott 

Form of Tax Receipt 

Hygiene of the Toilet 



Mormons 



New Orleans 

Ohio 

Dainty Dishes. By Maria Parloa 

The Leading String, from the French of S. Blandy. 
Margery Daw. 

Our Musical Directors. By Joseph Howard, jr 

Feminine Fads and Fancies. By Margaret Hamm. 

(3) 



By 



Proprietors. 



Bret Harte, 



London. 



W. D. Howells. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Bell Lithographic Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
S. S. McClure, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. C. Osgood, Oroville, Cal. 
The Rannot Toilet Article 
Co. , Chicago. 

J. B. Lippincott Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 
Maria Parloa, Boston. 

The United Press, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



The Bullet Signed Pledge. By Harry B. Wilson 

Col. Knox on Kissing. By J. Armoy Knox 

Two Graves. By George Ames 

A Word With You, Neighbor 

Mrs. F. W. Stevens, Teacher of Piano and Harmony 

Rockton. By Kel Snow 

Jesus, the Messiah, in Prophecy and Fulfillment. By 
Edward H. Dewart. American edition. 

The South Ward. By Katharine D. Sharp 

The Colonel's Charge. By Carlisle B. Holding 

The Ayres of Studleigh. By Annie S. Swan 

A History of Christianity. By Rudolph Sohm. Trans- 
lated by Chas. W. Rishell. 

Christianity and Childhood. By R. J. Cooke 

The New Harry and Lucy. Chap. 17. By Edward E. 
Hale and Lucretia P. Hale. 

History of Lord Jesus, the Savior. By John M. Kluh.... 

Sharp's Rent Book 

American Correspondence College 

A Tale of Two Misers. By Edgar Fawcett 

The Credit Guide. 1891-'92 

Drake on Attachment. By Charles D. Drake. Seventh 

edition. 
Lawyers' Reports, Annotated. Book 12, No. 4 

The Province of Expression. By S. S. Curry 

Life of Anne Bailey. By Virgil A. Lewis 

History Third Regiment Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. 

By Edwin E. Bryant. 
A Study of Greek Philosophy. By Ellen M. Mitchell.. 

The Belle of Australia. By Wm. H. Thomes 

Come Live With Me and Be My Love. By Robert 

Buchanan. 
A Soldier and a Gentleman. By J. MacLaren Cobban.. 

Good Housekeeping 

The Anarchical Character of a Democratic Party. By 

Jonathan Norcross. 
Brodix's American and English Patent Cases. Vol. 17. 

By Woodbury Lowery. 

Whiteslaves. By Louis A. Banks 

Mens Christi. By John S. Kedney 

Paul and the Women. By J. B. Hawthorne 

Practical Work in the Schoolroom. Part 1 

Pacific Coast Insurance Directory. 1891 , 

Neighborly Poems. By James W. Riley , 

The High -Top Sweeting. By Elizabeth Akers , 

Busy Work. By A. P. Chapin 

In Memoriam. A Poem. By P. Fabian Dodds 



The United Press, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
T. W. Wade, Cincinnati. 
L. E. Stevens, Boston. 

Cranston & Stowe, 

Cincinnati. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
The Commonwealth Pub. 
Co. , Boston. 

Jno. M. Kluh, Chicago. 
J. B. Sharp, Rogers Park, 111. 
F. A. Owen. 
The Authors' Alliance, 

New York.' 
The Credit Guide Co., 

Chicago. 
Charles D. Drake, 

Washington, D. C. 

Lawyers' Cooperative Pub. 

Co. , Rochester, N. Y. 

S. S. Curry, Boston. 

Virgil A. Lewis, 

Charlestown, W. Va. 
Edwin E. Bryant, 

Madison, Wis. 
S. C. Griggs & Co. , Chicago. 
Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Jonathan Norcross, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
The Brodix Publishing Co. , 
Washington, D. C. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 

S. C. Griggs & Co. , Chicago. 
J. B. Hawthorne, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Sarah F. Buckelew and Mar- 
garet W. Lewis, New York. 
Robert W. Neal, 

San Francisco. 
James W. Riley, 

Indianapolis. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
A. P. Chapin, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
P. F. Dodds, 

Mount Pleasant, Mich. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Nuggets from Bill Nye. By Bill Nye 

Children Who Are Rich. By A. H. Ford 

Kingsbridge Heights 

Libretto of Orpheus. By Louis N. Parker 

The Nugget Library. No. 113 

Log Cabin Library. No. 133 

New York Detective Library. No. 463 

Wide Awake Library. No. 1073 

Wide Awake Library. No. 1074 

Boys' Star Library. No. 226 

Csesar's Column. By Ignatius Donnelly 

Yorkie Weir. Chapter 15. By L. C. Rogers 

Bradstreet's Commercial Reports. 1891. Volume 95 

The World's Columbian Phrase Book in Thirty Languages 

The Art of Writing Letters. By J. B. Duryea 

Ethics for Young People. By C. C. Everett 

Who Owned the Jewels '? By M. V. Victor 

Toledo Pocket Guide 

Aritmetica Elemental. By A. G. Guerin 

Geometrica Explicativa. By Nicasio Lugo Vina 

Cases on Torts. By Francis M. Burdick 

The Women of the French Salons. By Amelia Gere 

Mason. 
Roses for Mabel. By Frank Roe Batchelder 

Illustrated Catalogue and Price List "J" 

Instructions to Voters 

Yesterday in London. London, October 3, 1891 

Liberals in High Hopes. London, October 3, 1891 

An Indictment of Russia. London, September 24, 1891, 

The Exile. Chapter 12. By Forrest Crissey 

Her Father's Victim. Chapters 5-7. By Thos. P. Mont- 
fort, 

In the Olden Time. Chapters 1 and 2. By Mrs. H. G. 
Rowe. 

Their Majesties. Berlin, October 3, 1891.. 

New York Civil Procedure Reports. Volume 20. Nos. 

5 and 6. 
A Genealogical History of the Washington Family. By 

Thornton A. Washington. 

Workings. Working Notice 

Rules for Professional Whist Players 

Susceptibles 

The Boys in Blue 

United States Protective Circle 



Proprietors. 



Edgar W. Nye, New York. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
James L. Wells, New York. 
Weekes&Co., 

London. England. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Frank Tousev, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 
L. C. Rogers, Capiona, Kans 
The Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
World's Columbian Phrase 
Book Pub. Co., Chicago. 
J. B. Duryea, 

Des Moines, Iowa, 
C. C. Everett, Boston. 

Street & Smith, New York. 
Edw. H. De la Court, 

Toledo, Ohio. 
The History Company, 

San Francisco. 
Do. 
F. M. Burdick, New York. 
The Century Co. , New York. 

F. R. Batchelder, 

Worcester, Mass. 
The J. L. Mott Iron- 
Works, New York. 
R. and T. A. Ennis Station- 
ery Company, St. Louis. 
Press Publishing Co., New 
York World, New York. 
The New York Times, 

New York. 

Do. 

Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 

A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 

Company, Chicago. 

Thos. H. B. Pierce, 

Dexter, Me. 

New York Associated Press, 

New York. 

S. S. Peloubet, New York. 

Thornton A. Washington, 

Washington, D. C. 
Richards & Co., New York. 
Henry Miller, New York. 
McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Wm. R. Martin, Baltimore. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Sunday School Collection Envelope 

Tip Leterz ov American Alfabet 

Col. Cockerill's Letter 

Fashions in October 

Charles Dickens the Younger 

To Paris by Rail Alone 

The Modern Hellespont 

General Booth at Home 

The Autumn Openings 

Man Chester a Man ager 

The Romance at the Wreck 

Autumn Days at Lenox 

Short Distance Telephones 

The Seamstress 

The Bowery Wakes Up 

The Man of Fashion 

But Men Are Different 

Methodists to Meet 

The Man Who Never Was 

His Gamest Fish 

Carrie Careless 

The Woman of Fashion 

The Garb of the Swell 

All Fit for Epicureans , 

Fast in Arctic Ice 

Brave Ohio Soldiers 

A Bold Stroke Fails 

Latest News from Europe 

Brewing with Quick Malt 

The Janitor's Boy. Chapter 11. By Wm. O. Stoddard, 

Invitation Song for the Southern Exposition. By Frank 

Veniero. 
Jack's Father, etc. By W. E. Norris 

Folio of Music, Revised and Enlarged 

Root's Voice Culture and Singing, for the Male Voice. 

By Frederick W. Root. 
White's New School Register. By Emerson E. White... 

On the Coaches. Paris, October 6, l w 91 

The Tale of the Mills that Helme Built 

Joint-Life Plan of Life Insurance for Husband and Wife 

Homes for the People 

Won and Not One. Chap. 1. By Emily L. Blackall.... 



Proprietors. 



Cumberland Presbyterian 
Publishing House, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
John M. Mott, Chicago. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
M. E. W.Sherwood, 

New York. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Sun Printing and Publish- 
ing Ass'n, New York. 
H. Bates, jr., 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Wm. O. Stoddard, 

New York. 
Frank Veniero, 

Montgomery, Ala. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
W. T Shaw, Philadelphia. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
The Giles Company, 

New York. 
J. O. Cooper, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Geo. W. Meyers, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Emily L. Blackall, 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Special Kabeldepeschen. 
Race Bound the World. . 
Soups for all Tastes 



Berlin, October 5-10, 1891. 



Proprietors. 



The Bible and Song Revivalist. Lessons 2, 3, and 4 
Berger's Prepared American Roofing Plate 



Doeringer's Common Sense Pass Book. 



Perpetual Calendar 

By Laws of the 

The Truth of It. Fair Play. 



Endowment Orders . 



The People's Services. Second series : The Lord's Prayer. 
No. 1. Hallowed be Thy Name. 

The People's Services. Third series: The Pilgrim's Pro- 
gress, From the City of Destruction to the Wicket Gate. 

The People's Services. Fourth series : Evenings with 
Hymn Writers. No. 1. Chas. Wesley. 

Stop and Think 



Public School Music Charts. First series 

The Ubiquitous Yank. By Old Sleuth 

Key to a Study in Arithmetic. By H. C. Symonds. 



A Study in Algebra and Trigonometry. 

monds. 
One Reason Why. By Beatrice Whitby. 



By H. C. Sy- 



Darkness and Dawn. By Frederick W. Farrar 

A Commercial Geography. By Jno. L. Tilden 

Houston's Delaware Reports. Vol. 6. By John W. 

Houston. 
Gospel Trio of Sacred Song 



With My Friends. By Brander Matthews 

#h©fi^g*aphyi. \ Pitman System. By N. P. Henley. 
Third revised edition. 

Five Minute Talks for Young People. By Richard New- 
ton. 

Autobiography of John G. Fee 

Goethe's Hermann and Dorothea. By W. T. Hewett... 



The Gospel of Foreign Travel. By C. W. Winchester. 
Across Russia. By Chas. A. Stoddard 



Young Folks' Life of Jesus Christ. Josephine Pollard... 
Syllabus of Six Lectures on Typical English Poets. By 
Henry S. Pancoast. 



Materials for French Composition. 

Grandgent. 
Materials for French Composition. 

Grandgent. 



Part 3. By C. H. 
Part 4. By C. H. 



N. Y. Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 
McLoughlin Bros., 

New York. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 

A. J. Hood, Muscoda, Wis. 

The Berger Manufacturing 

Company, Canton, Ohio. 

Frank A. Doeringer, 

Brooktyn. 
E Thalheimer, Reading, Pa. 
Albert B. King, New r York. 
Augustus V. Bedford, 

Boston. 
The Golden Rule Company, 
Boston. 
Do. 

Do. 

John Highlands, 

Philadelphia. 
Chas. E. Whiting, Boston. 
Geo. Munro, New York. 
H. C. Synionds, 

Sing Sing, N. Y. 
Do. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
F. W. Farrar, 

London, England. 
Jno. L. Tilden, 

Peekskill, N. Y. 
T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 
Philadelphia. 
J. H. Kurzenknabe, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Brander Matthews. 
Norman P. Heffley, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

American Sunday School 

Union, Philadelphia. 

John G. Fee, Berea, Ky. 

Waterman T. Hewett, 

Ithaca, N. Y. 
C. W. Winchester, 

Medina, N. Y. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 

Jos. L. Blamire, New York. 

American Society for the 

Extension of University 

Teaching, Philadelphia. 

C. H. Grandgent, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Do. 



ftz 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Exercises in French Composition. By A. C. Kimball 

Relative Value Tables to Determine the Price of Milk. 

By M. L. Newton. 
History of the Preparation of the World for Christ. By 

David R. Breed. 
Treatise on Suits in Chancery. By Henry R. Gibson 

Dental Medicine. By F. J. S. Gorgas 

On the Road. By Cyrus H. Kilby 

Werner's Readings and Recitations. No. 5. By Sarah S. 

Rice. 

Lessons in Christian Doctrine. By F. J. M 

New York Life Insurance Company's Buildings. By 

E. S. Hand. 
Record Suspense Ledger 

The Maine Farmer's Almanac for 1891 

Redemption's Dawn. By Geo. C. Hugg 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 675 

The Bowler's Score Book. By Geo. F. Tilton 

A Cast for Fortune. By Christian Reid .. 

A Silent Brotherhood . 

Thanksgiving Turkey 

A Double Thanksgiving 

The Wrong Thanksgiving 

A Story of A. Ward 

The Bible and Song Revivalist 

Music Book 



Lines, Offices, and Connections of the Postal-Telegraph 

Cable Company. 
The Christian Union Silver Certificate 

The Perfect Calendar. By Henry Fitch 

Industrial Unrest of All Nations. By J. W. Sullivan. . . . 

The Housewife's Club. October 8, 1891 

The Janitor's Boy. Chapter 12. By Wm. O. Stoddard 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 403 

Physical Culture. ByCarlBetz. Fourth revised edition, 
Text Book of Physiology. By M. Foster. Fourth 

American revised edition. 
The New England Jeweler. Illustrated catalogue, 1892 
The College Critic's Tablet . 

The House that Jack Built '. 

Vampires. By Julien Gordon 

Mademoiselle Reseda. By Julien Gordon 

The Abbess of Port Royal, etc. By Maria Ellery Mackay 
The Happy Isles and other Poems. By S. H. M. Byers. 



Proprietors. 



A. C. Kimball, Boston. 

M. L. Newton, 

La Porte City, Iowa. 
David R. Breed, Chicago. 

Henry R. Gibson, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
P. Blakiston,Son&Co., 

Philadelphia. 
C. H. Kilby, Portland, Me. 
Edgar S. Werner, 

New York. 
J. Schaefer, New York. 

E. S. Hand, New York. 

R. W. Brown and W. M. 

Brownlee, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Chas. E. Nash, Augusta, Me. 
Geo. C. Hugg, Philadelphia. 
Beadle & Adams, New' York. 
Franklin Stationery M'f'g 
and Uncle Ben Pub. Co., 
New York. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. J. Hood, Muscoda, Wis. 
The Mansfield Book Bind- 
ing and Index Co., 

Mansfield, Ohio. 
George W. More, New York. 

The Christian Union Com- 
pany, New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Wm. O. Stoddard, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Carl Betz, Kansas City, Mo. 
Lea Brothers & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Smith & Patterson, Boston. 
Fulton & Trueblood, 

University of Kansas. 
McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Maria E. Mackay. 
Charles L. Webster & Co., 
New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Fuller's Plat and Tract Book 

The Westminster Question Book. Vol. 28. 



The Shadow of Shame. By Austyn Granville. 



Who Won? Yacht Record, 1891. By James C. Sum- 
mers. 
American Berkshire Record. Vol. 11 



An Index Digest of Ohio Decisions. Vol. 2. By John 

Welch. 
The Churchman's Answer. Why? By P. M. Boyden.. 

Popular Misconceptions of the Episcopal Church. By 
Wm. R. Huntington. 

The Historic Episcopate. By Hugh M. Thompson 

Just for To-Day 

Mysterious Mrs. Wilkenson. By W. E. Norris 



Cecilia De Noel. By Lanoe Falconer 

Anthropology for the People. By Caucasian 

Mr. Chaine's Sons. By W. E. Norris 

Evolutions of Christian Doctrines. By Geo. L. Curtiss,, 
Stories of Industry. Vol. 2 



Literary Landmarks of Edinburgh. By Lawrence Hut- 
ton. 

Dumaresq' s Daughter. By Grant Allen 

The Albany Depot. By W. D. Howells , 

The Warwickshire Avon. By Alfred Parsons 

The Taxpayer and Township System. By C. W. Bardeen 



The Crisis in Morals. By Jas. T. Bixby. 
The Farmer's Side. By W. A. Peffer 



The Fated Lovers. By Geo. M. Vickers 

Illinois Reports. Vol. 133. Norman L. Freeman, Re- 
porter. 

Communion Addresses. By P. Anstadt 

Complimentary Exchange Card 



Caesar's Column. September 19, 1891 

Caesar's Column. September 26, 1891 

Caesar's Column. October 3, 1891 

Pencil, Brush, and Needle. By Alta L. Lyon-Irons 

Graded Hand-Book to the Piano-Forte. By Francis H. 
Brown. 

The Time of Harvest 

The Evening Songster 

Trinity Collection of Anthems 

The Story of His Last Days. Brighton, October 7, 1891. 



Dismay in Dublin. October 7, 1891 

It Means Union. London, October 7, 1891. 

2 T E 



S. L. Fuller, Cullman, Ala. 
Presbyterian Board of Pub- 
lication and Sunday School 

Work, Philadelphia. 

Charles H. Sergei & Co., 

Chicago. 
J. C. Summers, New York. 

American Berkshire Asso- 
ciation, Springfield, 111. 
Robert Clarke & Co., 

Cincinnati. 
James Pott & Co. , 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Macmillan & Co., 

New York. 
Everett Waddey& Co., 

Richmond, Va. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
George L. Curtiss, 

Greencastle, Ind. 
Educational Pub. Co., 

Boston. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

C. W. Bardeen, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
G. M. Vickers, Philadelphia. 
Norman L. Freeman, 

Springfield, 111. 
P. Anstadt, York, Pa. 

Geo. Julius Elmen, 

Lincoln, Nebr. 
Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 
Do. 
Do. 
Alta L. Lyon-Irons. 
Georgiana Brown. 

Fillmore Bros., Cincinnati. 
Frank Harding, New York. 
Geo. Molineux, New York. 
Press Publishing Co. , N. Y. 
World, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 



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Titles. 



Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 741 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 28 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 404 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 676 

Employment Guide. October 4-9, 1891 

Eeal Estate Chart. October 4-9, 1891 

Social Side of Christian Endeavor. By Hessie L. Doyle. 

The Chain Belt Co. Price List 

The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway and 
Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad Official Guide, 1891- 
1892. 

The Lost Ring and other Poems. By Caroline A. Mason. 

The Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes in 13 Vols. 

Vol. 5. Elsie Venner. 
The Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes in 13 Vols. 

Vol. 6. The Guardian Angel. 
Lewis' Poor Old Bum 

Comrades. Written by William 

Picture that is Turned Toward the Wall. Written by 

William. 
Picture that is Turned Toward the Wall. By Andrew 

Sterling. 

Mary and John. Written by William 

That is Love. Written by William 

Bridget and Pat 

Comrades. Parody by Willie Wildwave 

Park Place Disaster. By Willie Wildwave 

Park Place Horror. By Andrew Sterling 

Two Worlds. By Richard W. Gilder 

Morphine. By Dubut De Laforest 

My Jo John. By Helen Mathers 

Doktor Hellmuts Donnerstage. By Bertha V. Sultner.. 

Elementary Arithmetic. Popular Series 

Advanced Arithmetic. Popular Series 

Stephenson's Practical Test and Ready Reference Book.. 
Bookkeeping. Lesson No. 1 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 27 

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 740 

American and English Corporation Cases. Vol. 34, Part 

1. By Wm. M. McKinney. 
The Swiss Republic. By Boyd Winchester 

Music Indicator. By A. W. Ulrich 

Bible Studies, Covering International Sunday-School 

Lessons for 1892. By George F. Pentecost. 
Roderick of Kildare. By S. Cobb, jr 



Peopeietoes. 



Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Record Publishing Co. , 
Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Rice Brothers, 

Hayward, Cal. 
Chain Belt Company, 

Milwaukee. 
F. G. Bailey, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Chas. Mason, 

Fitchburg, Mass. 
Oliver Wendell Holmes, 

Boston, Mass. 
Do. 

William W. Delaney, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

^Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. " 

The Century Company, 

New York. 
The Waverly Company, 

New York. 
United States Book Co. , 

New York. 
Freidenker Publishing Co. , 
Milwaukee. 
American Book Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Walter G. Kraft, Chicago. 
J. W. Kenworthy, jr., 

Philadelphia. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 
Edward Thompson Co., 

Northport, N. Y. 
The J. B. Lippincott Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
A. W. Ulrich, 

Three Rivers, Mich. 
A. S. Barnes & Co. , 

New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 



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PERIODICALS. 



Titles. 



Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 13. 



Federal Reporter. Vol 47, No. 2 

New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 12... 
Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 11.. . 
Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 13... 
Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 14... 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 10 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 23 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 23.... 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 17, No. 3 

Supreme Court Reporter. Vol. 11, No. 33. 
Central Law Journal. October 2, 1891 



American Notes and Queries. Octoher 3, 1891. 



The International Chess Magazine. July, 1891 

The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. Octoher 3, 

1891. 
Pleasant Hours. November, 1891 



The Treasury. October, 1891 

A, B, C Pathfinder Railway Guide. October, 1891. 

Voice of Masonry. October, 1891 

American Machinist. October 1, 1891 



The Illustrated Christian Weekly. October 3, 1891. 
Rough Notes. October, 1891 



The American Contractor. October, 1891.. 
Werner's Voice Magazine. October, 1891.. 

The Great Divide. October, 1891 

American Horse-Breeder. October 3, 1891. 
The New South. October 1 , 1891 



The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. October 3, 

1891. 
The Jewelers' Weekly. September 30, 1891 



The Farmers' Review. September 30, 1891 



Architecture and Building. October 3, 1891.. . 
The American Stock-Keeper. October 3, 1891. 



The New Nation. October 3, 1891 

Which Way? September, 1891 

The Grocer's Hand Book. October 1, 1891. 
The American Florist. October 1, 1891 



The New York Medical Journal. October 3, 1891. 
The Poultry Monthly. October, 1891 



Ice and Refrigeration. October, 1891 

The Sewing Machine News. October, 1891 



Pkoprietoes. 



West Publishing Co., 

St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Central Law Journal Co., 

St. Louis. 

Westminster Publishing Co., 

Philadelphia. 

W. Steinitz, New York. 

L. K. Strouse & Co., 

New York. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
E. B. Treat, New York. 
New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Co., Boston. 
John W. Brown, Chicago. 
American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co , New York. 
Illustrated Christian Weekly 
Co. , New York. 
The Rough Notes Co., 

Indianapolis. 
B. Edwards & Co., Chicago. 
Edgar S. Werner, New York. 
Great Divide Co., Denver. 
George B. James, Boston. 
W. H. Rowland, 

Richmond, Va. 
W. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Jewelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
Hannibal H. Chandler & Co. , 
Chicago. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Co., Boston. 
Edward Bellamy, Boston. 
Geo. Gethin, New York. 
McCord-Brady Co., Omaha. 
American Florist* Publish- 
ing Company, Chicago. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
The Ferris Publishing Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 
H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 
Charles W. Handy, 

New York. 



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PERIODIC ALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Engineering Eecord. October 3, 1891. 
Texas Sittings. October 10, 1891 



The Time Table. October 5, 1891 

The American Paper Trade. October 3, 1891 
Medical Record. October 3, 1891 



The Epworth Journal. September, 1891 

The Farm Implement News. October, 1891 
The School Journal. October 3, 1891 



The Manufacturer and Builder. September, 1891, 
New York Amusement Gazette. October 5, 1891.. 
Tobacco. October 2, 1891 



The Youths' Companion. October 8, 1891. 

American Architect. October 3, 1891 

The Home Music Journal. October, 1891 . 



The Insurance Times. September, 1891 

The Folio. October, 1891 

The California Architect. September, 1891 

Senter Shotts. October, 1891 

American Investments. October, 1891 

New York Family Story Paper. October 17, 1891. 



Golden Hours. October 10, 1891 

American Veterinary Review. October, 1891 
The Graphic. October 3, 1891 



The Doll's Dressmaker. September, 1891... 

School and Home. October 6, 1891 

The Insurance Critic. October, 1891 

The Boys of New York. October 17, 1891.. 
The Arkansaw Traveler. October 10, 1891. 



The Review of Reviews. October, 1891 

Real Estate Chart. October 4-10, 1891 

The Vest-Pocket Quarterly. October-December, 1891. 
The Musical Visitor. October, 1891 



Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. October 10, 1891 
Mount Angel Student's Banner. October, 1891 



La Mode. American edition. November, 1891, 
Heart and Hand. October 5, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Publishing 
New York. 
Baltimore. 
New York. 



Henry C. Meyers, 

New York. 
Texas Siftings 

Company, 
Frey & Co., 
Andrew Geyer, 
Wm. Wood & Co., 

New York. 
The Epworth League, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Farm Implement News 

Company, Chicago. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Henri Gerard, New York. 

F. T. Low & Co., New York. 
The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Perry Mason & Co. , Boston. 
Ticknor & Co., Boston. 

The Home Music Company, 
Logansport, Ind. 
P. Tertius Kempson, 

New York. 
White -Smith Music Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
California Architect' 1 Pub. 
Co., San Francisco. 

R. R. McCabe&Co., 

Chicago. 
The Niagara Publishing 
Company, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
A. Liautard, New York. 
The Graphic Company, 

Chicago. 
Jenny Wren, New York. 
Wm. L. Thomas, St. Louis. 
Geo. W. Corliss, New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Review Printing Company, 
Chicago. 
The Review of Reviews, 

New York, 
The Record Publishing Co. , 
Philadelphia, 
David Jennings, 

Oswego, Kans. 

The John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. 

The Judge Co., New York. 

Bernard Feeney, 

Mount Angel, Oreg. 
A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
W. T. Thompson, Chicago. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Internal Revenue Record. October 5, 1891 

Times Rail Road Guide to St. Louis. October, 1891. 



PROPRIETORS. 



The Judge. October 10, 1891 

The Writer. October, 1 891 

La Mode de Paris. American edition. 



November, 1891. 



Album des Modes. American edition. November, 1891 
La Couturiere. American edition. November, 1891.... 
New York and Paris Young Ladies' Fashion Bazar. No- 
vember, 1891. 
Electrical Review. October 10, 1891 , 



The Business Woman's Journal. October, 1891. 



The Gist. October, 1891 

The New York Ledger. October 10, 1891. 



The Farm Poultry. October, 1891 

The New York Fireside Companion. October 24 and 31, 
18C1. 

The Golden Weekly. October 22, 1891 

The National Home Guard. November, 1891 



The People's Railway Guide. October 1, 1891 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. October 5-10, 1891.. 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. October 10, 1891. 
The Police News. October 10, 1891 



The Jeweler's Circular. October 7, 1891 



The Catholic World. October, 1891. 
Lend a Hand. October, 1891 



Demorest Family Magazine. November, 1891. 



Ingall's Home and Art Magazine. October, 1891. 
Kate Field's Washington. October 7, 1 891 



Dickerman's United States Counterfeit Detector. Octo- 
ber, 1891. 

The Inland Printer. October, 1891 

The Carriage Monthly. October, 1891 

Chor-Zeitung. October, 1891 , 

Saturday Night. October 24, 1891 

Golden Days. October 17, 1891 . 

Toilettes. October, 1891 



The Electrical Engineer. October 7, 1 891 . 
The Rural New Yorker. October 10, 1891. 



The Practical Mechanic and Electrician. September, 

1891. 
The New York Clipper. October 10, 1891 



The Electrical World. October 10, 1891. 



W.C.&F. P. Church, 

New York. 
The Times Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
William H. Hills, Boston. 
A. McDowell &Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
George Munro, New York. 

Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Mary F. Seymour, 

New York. 
Gist Pub. Co., Medina, N.Y. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
J.S. Johnson & Co., Boston. 
George Munro, New York. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

E. J. Smith, 

Providence, R. I. 
C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 
Police News Publishing Co. , 
Boston. 
Jeweler's Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
A. F. Hewit, " New York. 
J. Stilman Smith & Co., 

Boston. 
W. Jennings Demorest, 

New York. 
J. F. Ingalls, Lynn, Mass. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
W. Dickerman, New York. 

Inland Printer Co., Chicago. 

Ware Bros., Philadelphia. 

C. A. Weiss & Co., Chicago. 

Jas. Elverson, Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Toilettes Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Electrical Engineer Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

The Rural Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

F. S. Blanchard & Co., 

Worcester, Mass. 

The Frank Queen Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

The W. J. Johnston Com- 
pany, New York. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Education. October, 1891 

The Watch Register. October, 1891 

Illustrated Christian Weekly. October 10, 1891 

Arthur's Home Magazine. September, 1891 

The Organ. November, 1891 

Insurance Survey Reports. Second series. September, 

1891. 
The Rand-McNally Railway Guide. October, 1891 

Journal of American Folk-Lore. July-September, 1891. 

Quarterly Review of United Brethren in Christ. Octo- 
ber, 1891. 

The Banking Law Journal. October 1, 1891 

The Mercantile Adjuster. October, 1891. 

Harper's Weekly. October 10, 1891 

Harper's Young People. October 6, 1891 

The Christian Union. October 10, 1891 

Forest and Stream. October 8, 1891 

Scientific American. October 10, 1891 

Scientific American Supplement. October 10, 1891 

The Argosy. October 17, 1891 

The Christian Herald. October 7, 1891 

The Shoe and Leather Reporter. October 8, 1891 

The Police Gazette. October 17, 1891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. October 7, 1891 

The Ave Maria. October 10, 1891 

The Boys of New York. October 24, 1891 

Buds and Blossoms. October, 1891 

The Housewife. October, 1891 

Farm and Home. October 1, 1891 

The Banner Weekly. October 24, 1891.* 

The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. October 

10, 1891. ' 
Solon's Sector. October, 1891 

Garden and Forest. October 7, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. October 10, 1891 

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. October 24, 1891 

Good News. October 24, 1891 

The American Field. October 10, 1891 

The Sporting Life. October 10, 1891 



Frank H. Kasson, Boston. 
The U. S. Watch Registering 

Company, Philadelphia. 
Illustrated Christian Weekly 

Pub. Co., New York. 
Arthur Publishing Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
George Molineux, New York. 
Henry B. Dwight, 

New York. 
American Railway Guide 

Company, Chicago. 

American Folk-Lore Society, 

Boston. 

W. J. Shuey, Dayton, Ohio. 

T. B. Paton, New York. 
The Mercantile Adjuster 
Company, New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
The Christian Union Co. , 

New York. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Munn & Co., New York. 

Do. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Jewelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
J. F. Avery, New York. 
Housewife Publishing Co., 
New York. 
The Phelps Publishing Co., 
Chicago. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
L. K. Strouse&Co. ; 

New York. 

Supreme Lodge, Order of 

Solon, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Garden and Forest Pub. Co. , 

New York. 

Brooklyn Life Pub. Co., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
American Field Pub. Co., 

Chicago. 
Sporting Life Pub. Co. , 

Philadelphia. 



15 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Yankee Blade. October 10, 1891 

The Fanciers' Journal. October 10, 1891 

Medical Record. October 10, 1891 

Banker's Monthly. October, 1891 

Western Electrician. October 10, 1891 

The Elite News. October 10, 1891 

MAPS. 

Great Lake, Utah 

NewRockelle, N. Y. 1891 

The City of Chicago and Suburbs. 1891 

The State of Colorado. 1892 

Merced, Cal. August, 1891 

Lampasas, Tex. August, 1891 

Caldwell, Kans. August, 1891 ; 

Giddings, Tex 

Menasha. Wis. September, 1891 

River Falls, Wis. August, 1891 

Manchester, Iowa. August, 1891 

Appleton City, Mo. September, 1891 

Bolivar, Tenn. September, 1891 

Windsor, Mo. September, 1891 

Danville, Ky. August, 1891 

CHARTS. 

Geometria Explicativa 

Clavier Chart 

Progressive Banjo Chart 



Proprietors. 



Potter & Potter, Boston. 
Fanciers' Pub. Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Wra. Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Electrician Pub. Co., 

Chicago. 
Elite News Pub. Co. , 

Chicago. 



W. S. Fugate, 

Salt Lake City. 
Maurice Kingsley, 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 
F. M. Snyder, Chicago. 

Louis Nell. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, Limited, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



The History Company, 

San Francisco. 
Silver, Burdett & Co., 

Boston. 
J. P. Conner, Staten Island. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



I Have Got It, or The Electrical Inventor. By J. B. 

Bradley. 
April Fool. A farce-comedy. By Gus Williams 



J. B. Bradley. 

Gus Williams, New York. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Titles. 



Friihlings wogen. By Philipp Scharwenka 

Elm wood Waltz. By Chas. Brinkman 

Little Jewel Waltz. By Chas. Brinkman 

Minuet. By R. C. Amaryll 

Rondoletta. By R. C. Amaryll 

March. By R. C. Amaryll 

Humoreske. By R. C. Amaryll 

Gavotte. By R. C. Amaryll 

Valse Serieuse. By R. C. Amaryll 

Sabbath Morning. Words by Rosa Woodbery ; music 

. by M. Dobowski. 

Nuptial Song. Words by F. Keble ; music by David 

Davis. 
Eufaula. Words by G. W. Whitlock ; music by J. B. 

Whitlock. 

Bubbles. Words and music by G. H. Kline 

Love is Divine. Words by Marion May ; music by G. H. 

Kline. 
Over the High Brick Wall. Words and music by Patti 

Rosa. 
MacNulty, You're a Daisy. Words and music by Harry 

Kennedy. 
He Got Kelly to Insult Me. Words and music by B. H. 

Janssen. 
A 11 for the Sake of Jack. Words and music by Charles 

Graham. 
Mulligan \s Off Again. Words and music by Charles 

Graham. 
1 May Be This, I May Be That. Words by Edgar Smith ; 

music by G. Kerker. 

Wang Waltzes. By Woolson Morse 

Wang. Potpourri. Piano. By Woolson M orse 

Kissing Quartette. Words by J. C. Goodwin ; music by 

W. Morse. 
Are These the Vows ? Words by J. C. Goodwin ; music 

by W. Morse. 
Cruise of the Fairy Queen. Words and music by Chas. 

Graham. 
Her Wedding Bells Will Ring To-Day. Words and music 

by Charles Graham. 

Ring, Merry Bells. By B. H. Janssen 

Sweet Anabel. By B. H. Janssen 

We've Not Met in Years. By Paul Dresser .. 

Tantum Ergo. S. A. T. and B. By B. Hamma 

What Mean These Hours of Triumph ! Words by E. M. 

Spencer ; music by H. R. Shelley. 

March Queen of May. By W. B. Pixley 

Our Flag Mazurka. By A. P. Keller, jr. ; arranged by 

Hattie E. Woodruff. 
I Went Under a Ladder. Words and music by Charles 

H. Johnson. 
Trumpeter John. Words by F. E. Weatherly ; music by 

Reg. de Koven. 
O, How Amiable. Anthem for soprano solo and chorus. 

By Herbert W. Waring. 
Try to Forget. Words by Edward Oxenford ; music by 

Will. Emery. 



Proprietors. 



P. Scharwenka, New York. 
L. B. Gatcomb Company, 

Boston. 

Do. 
Kansas City Piano Co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
D. Kanner, 

Do. 



Cincinnati. 



Jno. B. Whitlock, 

Eufaula, Ala. 
Gardner & Kline, Chicago. 
Do. 

Meyer & Brother, Chicago. 

Will H. Kennedy, ag't, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
J. Fischer &Bro., New York. 
Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
W. B. Pixley, San Francisco. 
Philip Werlein, 

New Orleans. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Do. 

Meyer & Brother, Chicago. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Longing for May. Redowa. By Julius Falkner 

I Love Thy Will, O God. Hymn. Contralto solo. Words 

by Bessie P. McLaughlin ; music by Lewis H. Moore. 
Lola's Ditty and Turiddu's Song. Transposed for piano. 

By Richard Hoffman. 
Guard Mount. (March.) Mandolin and piano. Arranged 

by Harry W. Harris. 
Guard Mount. Mandolin. Arranged by Harry W. 

Harris. 
What a Difference in the Morning ! Words by Norton 

Atkins ; arranged by Isidor Witmark. 
Jennie, Will You Meet Me? Words by Frank Dumont ; 

music by W. H. J. Wilson. 
The Electric Waltz. Guitar. By D. Mansfield 

O Salutaris. By B. Hamnia 

Awake ! My Soul. (Aflat.) By J. Wiegand 

Joyous Life. Valse brillante. By C. R. Uhlmann 

Blame It All On the Girls. Words and music by Jas. 

Thornton. 
A Bunch of Valley Flowers. Valse brillante. By D. A 

Lighthill. 
A Night in Providence Waltzes. By Jno. T. Glascock.. 

Sweet Katie Moore. Arranged for orchestra by Chas. 
Lovenberg. 

La Sorella Waltz. Mandolin and guitar. By Dan. Polk 
arranged by Clarence L. Partee. 

The Flower. Mandolin, guitar. By Dan. Polk ; ar- 
ranged by Clarence L. Partee. 

March, San Jose. Two banjos. By Dan. Polk ; arranged 
by Clarence L. Partee. 

Overture, A Summer Evening. Orchestra. By W. S. 
Ripley. 

Buds and Blossoms Polka. Band. By J. H. Taylor 

Gravitation Quickstep. Band. By A. Minker , 

Republican Campaign Song, The Winners 

The Beautiful Land of Nod. Words by Ella Wheeler 

Wilcox ; music by A. G. Maier. 
Once, Only Once. Words by Geo. F. Lyman ; music by 

Arthur H. Lyman. 

Josephine Polka. Piano. Blind Boone 

Elvira Polka. Mandolin and guitar 

Elvira Polka. Mandolin, piano, and guitar 

In Our Society. Arranged by W. H. Batchelor 

The Pictures of the Past. Words by Edward Oxenford : 

music by H. W. Petrie. 
The Jolly March. Piano. By P. Hugo Stiller 

Always Take a Warning. Words and music by Arthur 

S. Josselyn. 
Marina Waltz. Orchestra. Vaudeville. Arranged by 

T. H. Rollinson. 

Winetta Quadrille. Orchestra. By J. S. Peckham 

Old Fashioned Roses. Waltz song. Words by C. G. 

Blanden ; music by E. M. Martindale. 

3 T E 



Proprietors. 



J. Falkner, Pittsburg. 

J. H. Schroeder, New York. 



Do. 

D. Field & Co., 

Do. 



Denver. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
W. H. J.Wilson, Bristol, Pa. 

Dudley Mansfield, 

San Francisco. 
J. Fischer & Bro. , New York. 
Do. 

C. R. Uhlmann, Peoria, 111. 
Frank Harding, New York. 

D. A. Lighthill, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Jno. T. Glascock, 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Chambers & Josselyn, 

Providence, R. I. 
J. W. Jenkins' Sons, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Do. 

Do. 

Brophy Bros. , Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Do. 
The John Church Co. , 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Mrs. Dora Stiller, 

New York. 
Arthur S. Josselyn, 

Providence, R. I. 
Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Do. 
W. F. Shaw, Philadelphia. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Eejoice in the Lord, O Ye Righteous. Anthem. By 

P. A. Schnecker. 
In Spring. Song, for soprano. English words by F. A. 

Schwab ; music by Carl Bohm. 
In Spring. Song, for alto. English words by F. A. 

Schwab ; music by Carl Bohm. 

May Bells. Piano. By Chas. Morley 

Flower Greetings. Piano. By Chas. Morley 

Columbia is My Only Love. Soprano or tenor. Words 

by B. H. Jansen ; music by A. Krackauer. 

My Darling Marguerite. Words and music composed 
and arranged by F. A. Rockar. 

1 Love Thee. By Edw. Grieg. Revised and fingered 
by C. Erfolg. 

That is Love. Medley waltz. By F. A. Rockar 

I Want No Stars in Heaven to Guide Me. Words by 

F. E. Weatherly ; music by L. O. Emerson. 

Under the Mistletoe. Piano. By F. H. Rollinson 

The Journey of the Wise Men. Song in C, for soprano 

or tenor. By C. E. B. Price. 

Messengers of Love. By Titus d'Ernesti 

Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep. Transcription. Piano. 

By Frederick L. Hatch. 

Punchinello. Overture. Orchestra. By Fleischer 

That Is Love. Skirt dance. Arranged by Chas. E. Pratt. 

Scene de Ballet. Descriptive. By Robert Cover! ey 

There Are Strangers on the Old Farm. Words and music 

by J. P. Skelly. 
There Is a City Bright. Solo, soprano or tenor, in D. 

Music by A. F. Loud. 
La Marche Waltzes. By Warner Crosby 



Bonnie Belle Polka. By H. T. Statham. 



Brace Campaign Song. Words by P. J. Bull ; music by 
Mead and Chambers. 

Oh! Liberty, Good Morning! Words by D. M. Sulli- 
van ; music by Connolly. 

Sweet Marjoram. Ballad, male quartette. Words by 
Chas. F. Pidgin ; music by M. Berlyn. 

Brother Joe. Words by Chas. F. Pidgin ; music by L. 
Weiler. 

A Night in Florida. Arranged by Chas. F. Pidgin ; 
music by Henry Walden. 

The Gallant Knights of Old. Words by Chas. F. Pidgin ; 
music by Gid. A . Jewel. 

The Naval Reserve. March song. Words by Chas. F. ' 
Pidgin ; music by J. W. Wheeler. 

Baby's Song. Words by Chas. F. Pidgin ; music by J. 
W. Wheeler. 

Whirlpool Galop. Banjo and guitar. By Thos. J. Arm- 
strong. 

A Night m the South. Waltz. By R. F. Tilton 

Peerless March. By Thomas Weston 



All the Go. Schottische. By Theo. H. Northrup. 
Merry Evening Waltz. By Alfred G. Dale 



Edward Schuberth & Co., 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

F. A. Rockar, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Warner Crosby, 

Detroit, Mich. 
H. T. Statham, 

Washington, D. C. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Albert Loraine & Co., 

New York. 
Chas. F. Pidgin, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

S. S. Stewart, Philadelphia. 

R. F. Tilton, San Francisco. 
Broder & Schlam, 

San Francisco. 
Do. 
Hitchcock & McCargo Co., 
New York. 



19 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Gracefulness. By William Loraine 

Turn Not Away. Words and music by James J. Nolan. 
His Name is Patrick Brannigan. Words and music by 
Harry Kennedy. 

International Grand March. By Fred. A. Fillmore 

Light Fantastic Schottische, for guitar. By I). Mansfield. 
Lightheadedness. By Theodore Moelling 



Amelia Redowa. By Theodore Moelling 

Dolores Valse. By Theodore Moelling 

Reverie. By Theodore Moelling 

The Picture that We'll Never Turn from View, 
and music by Arthur Malone. 

Jubilate, in B flat. By C. Walter Gaylord 

The Indisposed Aborigine. By Franklin Eaton. 



Words 



Mexicano Schottische. By D. Mansfiel d 

This Little Pig Went to Market. Words by J. C. Good- 
win ; music by Gustave Kerker. 

Were I the Streamlet. Words by Augusta Hancock ; 
music by C. F. Lloyd. 

Flower Gavotte. By Carl Hause 



Lenora Schottische. By Carl Hause 

National Democratic March. By L. C. Wiesler 

Keep on Believing. AVords and music by C. S. Bullock.. 
Shall We Never Meet. Word by M. Boucheron ; music 

by E. Audran. 
Coquettish. Words by M. Boucheron ; music by E. 

Audran. 
The Portrait. Words by M. Boucheron ; music by E. 

Audran. 
The Ideal "She." Words by M. Boucheron ; music by 

E. Audran. 
Dear Father Used to Say to Me. Words by M. Bouch- 
eron ; music by E. Audran. 
Divine and True. Words by M. Boucheron ; music by 

E. Audran. 

First Mazurka. By Walter Porter. Op. 13 

Fourth Valse, in D. By Walter Porter. Op. 14 

Dixon March. By W. F. Strong 

There Are Moments When One Wants to be Alone. 

Words by G. C. Weinberg ; music by L. Reinhard. 

Columbia Minuet. By L. F. Segadlo 

The Fifth of May. Words by Beranger ; music by H. 

Berlioz. Op. 6. 
Gondolier Gavotte. By Arthur Sullivan , 



Blue Violets Gavotte. By Fidelis Finke. Op. 15 

We'll Join them at Reveille in the Morning. Words by 

C. E. Morris ; music by A. L. Stough. 
Hey Rube ! Words by J. S. Mathews ; music by Harry 

Bulger. 
At Half Past Eight. Words and music by John T. Kelly. . 
Love's Pleading Waltz. By Clarence D. Baird 



Dell 'Ora Waltzes. Arranged by Wm. S. Baxter. 
Fantasia Eleganza. By O. R. Dahl 



Proprietors. 



Frank Harding, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Fillmore Bros., Cincinnati. 
D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 
White-Smith Music Pub- 
lishing Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Franklin Eaton, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Wm. Morley, London. 



Edward A. Saalfeld, 
Do. 



Chicago. 



National Music Co. , Chicago. 

Do. 
E. Ascherberg & Co. , 

London. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Forsyth Brothers, London. 

Do. 
W. F. Strong, Dixon, 111. 
Chas. Hambitzer, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
L. F. Segadlo, Newark, N. J. 
The Cecilia, Boston. 

George Willig & Co., 

Baltimore. 
Do. 
A. L. Stough, Toledo, Ohio. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Lawrence & Jones, 

Alexandria, Tenn. 

The S. Brainard's Sons Co., 

Chic go. 

O. R. Dahl, Cincinnati. 



20 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Serenata, "The Bachelor's Prayer." By O. E. Dahl 

The Princess Royal Schottische. By Monroe H. Rosen- 

feld. 

Gilded Dome Skirt Dance. By Edwin F. Kendall 

Alsation Mazurka. By D. Mansfield 

Casabianca. Words by Mrs. Hemans ; music by J. W. 

Aldous. 
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, in D. Set to music by 

Edwin J. Crow. 
Benedicite, Omnia Opera. Set to music by Charles W. 

Wilkes. 

The Two Advents. By George Garrett 

Venite, Exultemus Domino and Gloria, in D. By H. 

P. Danks. 

Gloria Patri, in F. By H. P. Danks 

Jubilate Deo, in E. By H. P. Danks 

Benedictus, in G. By H. P. Danks 

Magnificat, in E flat. By H. P. Danks 

Cantata Domino, in E flat. By H. P. Danks 

Bonum Est Confiteri, in G. By H. P. Danks 

Nunc Dimittis, in E flat. By H. P. Danks 

Deus Misereatur, in A flat. By H. P. Danks 

Benedic Anima Mea, in E. By H. P. Danks 

My Dainty Lady. Waltz. By A. Gwyllym Crowe 



A Midsummer Night. By Warwick Williams 

A New Hat Now. Words and music by James Rolmaz. 

She Danced. Words and music by W. E. Goodwin 

The Night of the Shiveree. Words and music by Bar- 
ney Mullelly. 

Bashful, but So Sly. Words and music by Barney Mul- 
lelly. 

Quit It, Tom. Words and music by Barney Mullelly. . . 

Laida. By Chas. Balmer, jr 



Come Into 
Stockigt. 
Tyrolienne. 
Manzanillo, 
Comrades. 



the Garden, Maude. Arranged by Louis 



By F. S. Hiller 

By A. G. Robyn 

Waltz. By F. McGlennon 
Santa Rita Polka. By Carl S. Gungl.... 

Manzanillo. By Alfred G. Robyn 

Answer. By A. G. Robyn 

Comrades March. By F. McGlennon..., 



O. R. Dahl, Cincinnati. 

J. Schott, New York. 

Do. 
D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

New York. 

Do/ 

Do. 

Do. 
George Molineux, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
R. F. Fruin&Co., 

New York. 

Do. 



Do. 
Balmer & Weber 
House Co., St. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Music 
Louis. 



DRAWING. 



Design for Warming and Ventilation, and Dry Closets 
for Public School Buildings. 



Isaac D. Smead & Co. , 

Toledo, Ohio 



ENGRAVINGS. 



A Sound which Makes Us Linger 

Columbus Sneered at in the Council of Salamanca. 



Will Carson, Seattle, Wash. 
Joseph Ullman, Brighton, 
Preston Park, England. 



21 



ENGRAVINGS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Die Lehrerin Komnit ! 

Harvest 

Commercial Eagle of 91 

Chicago 

Manufacturing , 

Medical 

Architecture 

Hendrick Hudson 

Dr. Willard Parker 

Alexander Hamilton 

Justice 

Commodore Cornelius W. Vanderhilt 

Chancellor Kent 

The New York Barge Office 

City Government 

The New York Produce Exchange.... 

Father Knickerbocker 

John Jacob Astor 

Banks and Trust Companies 

Commerce 

History 

The New York Stock Exchange 

Little Lord Fauntleroy 



Pkopkietors. 



Verlag Von S. Zickel, 

New York. 
Western Bank Note and En- 
graving Co. , Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 
Gillette, Greeley & Sprague, 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Eyre & Spottiswoode, 

London, England. 



CUT. 


Dinghy ., „ 


J. H. Rushton, 

Canton, N. Y. 


LITHOGRAPHS. 



The Offertory Calendar. 1892 

Wide Awake. By Frances Brundage . . 

Choral Singers. By Frances Brundage 
Fast Asleep. By Frances Brundage.... 
American Fashions. October, 1891 



The Golden Rule Company, 
Boston. 
The Raphael Tuck & Son's 
Company, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
The John J. Mitchell Com- 
pany, New York. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



No. 32201, W 
No. 32202, W 



The Lincoln Log Cabin As- 
sociation, Chicago. 
Do. 



22 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Peopeietoes. 


No. 921 


Chas. F. Lummis, 


No. 1326 


Isleta, N. Mex. 
Do. 


No. 1327 


Do. 


No. 1335 


Do. 


No. 1337 


Do. 


No. 1350 


Do. 


No. 1351 


Do. 


No. 1352 


Do. 


The Holy Robe of Jesus Christ, Preserved at Treves 

The Victoria Regia 


Newman S. Wax & Sons, 

Boston. 
Daniel Fraser, 


Tillamook Rock and Lighthouse 


Washington, D. C. 
S. B. Crow, Astoria, Oregon. 
S. R. Howland. 


The Lord's Supper 




Edgar S. Thompson, 

Mount Savage, Md. 
Walter H. Maxwell, 


Profile in Sky, Natural Bridge, Va 




Cincinnati. 
Buker Photo- Litho. Co., 




Providence, R. I. 
Isa Black, Franklin, Pa. 


No. 4. Julia Arthur 


B. J. Falk, New York. 




Do. 


No. 6. Julia Arthur 


Do. 




Do. 







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October 12 to October 17, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has 
been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Heller's Selected Studies. Op. 47. Edited by Emil 

Liebling. 
The Joyful Story. By J. B. Herbert. (A Christmas 

entertainment. ) 
American State Reports. Vol. 20. By A. C. Freeman.. 

Decisive Events in the Story of the Great Republic. By 

Charles Morris. 
Family Record and Memoranda 

Delinquent Debtors 

Picturesque Iron and Copper Mining of Michigan 

Albany and the New York State Capitol 

Hartford Illustrated 

Picturesque Thousand Islands 

Wilmbth, the Wanderer. By C. C. Dail 

Christie's Home Making. By Minnie E. Kenney 

The Township Officers' Guide. Seventh edition. Bv 

Hiram D. Peck. 
Ptomaines, Leucomaines, and Bacterial Proteids. By 

Victor C. Vaughn and Frederick G. Novy. Second 

edition. 
Illustrative Notes on the Sunday-School Lessons for 1 892. 

By J. L. Hurlbut and R. R. Doherty. 

The Epworth Hymnal. No. 2 

Primary Sunday-School Service. By Bertha T. Vella 

The Union League Songster. By S. V. R. Ford 

Papers of the American Society of Church History. 

Edited by Samuel M. Jackson. Vol. 3. 
The Pettibone Manufacturing Company's Hlustratei 

Catalogue. No. 116. 
Development Helps. By C. B. Van Wie 

In Luck's Way. By John S. Winter 

Check 2134. By E. S. Ellis 

Pretty Kitty Herrick. By Mrs. E. Kennard 

The Countess Rudolstadt. Vols. 1 and 2. George Sand ; 

translated by F. H. Potter. 
Robert Fulton ; His Life and its Results. By Robert H. 

Thurston. 
Raleigh, N. C 

Graded Instruction in Music, for Public Schools. By W. 
H. Lott. 

Sharon (Pa.) Directory. 1891-'92 

Parnassus by Rail. By Marion M. Miller 

Her Strange Amour 

The Cocked Hat. By Pedro A. De Alarcon 

A Little Rebel. By the "Duchess" 

(3) 



Proprietors. 



TheS. Brainard'sSons Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Do. 

Bancroft-Whitney Company, 

San Francisco. 

J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 

George W. Carpenter, 

Toledo, Ohio. 
E. H. Ball, New York. 

A. Wittemann, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
J. S. Ogilvie, New York. 
American Tract Society, 

New York. 
Hiram D. Peck, Cincinnati. 

Lea Brothers & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Hunt & Eaton, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Samuel M. Jackson, 

New York. 
The Pettibone Mfg. Co., 

Cincinnati. 
C. B. Van Wie, 

Florence, Ala. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
John A. Taylor & Co., 

New York. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Geo. C. Heck and H. E. 
Litchford, Raleigh, N. C. 
W. H. Lott, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
C. A. Hazen, Sharon, Pa. 
Marion Mills Miller, 

Princeton, N. J. 
Minerva Pub. Company, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



A Club of One. By A. P. Russell. 



A Translation of Dante's Eleven Letters. By Chas. S. 

Latham. 
The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. Translated by 

Charles E. Norton. 
What is Reality ? By Francis H. Johnson 



Songs of History and Hope. By J. Albert Libby. 

Prince Dusty. By Kirk Munroe 

The Young Prophetess. By R. L. Gerhart 



A Popular Geography. By George D. Free 

A Commercial Geography. By Jno. N. Tilden. 



A Treatise on Wisdom. By Pierre Charron ; paraphrased 
by M. H. N. Daly. 

Euclid's Elements. Books 1, 2, and 5. By H. B. Fine 
and H. D. Thompson. 

^Esthetic Body Culture. By L. F. Segaldo 

General Catalogue of Goupil & Co. , of Paris. (Third sup- 
plement. ) 

The National Homestead Company. (Circular) 



Ted" Pritchard. London, October 9, 1891 



By the Banks of the Thames. London, October 10, 1891. 

Pulse of the Market. London, October 10, 1891 

By the Banks of the Seine. Paris, October 10, 1891 

With the Coaches. Paris, October 10, 1891 

Smith and Parnell as Leaders of Men. London, Octo- 
ber 10, 1891. 

Parnell ' ' Waked ' ' in Paris. Paris, October 4, 1891 

China is Hampered. Paris, October 8, 1891 

Miss King's Funeral. Paris, October 8, lh91 

With the Coaches. Paris, October 8, 1891 

Captain Jacques. Brussels, Octobor 9, 1 891 

With the Coaches. Paris, October 9, 1891 

The Last of Earth. Dublin, October 11, 1891 

The Herald's Usual Lead. London, October 11, 1891... 

Parnellite Manifesto. London, October 12, 1891 

Irish Exports. Manchester, October 12, 1891 

With the Coaches. Paris, October 12, 1891 

Prince and Pauper. London, October 12, 1891 

Revival of " Manou. " Paris, October 13, 1891 

Romantic Match. London, October 13, 1891 

With the Coaches. Paris, October 13, 1891 

American Railroads. London, October 14, 1891 

With the Coaches. London, October 14, 1891 

A Home Green House. By David W. King 



Proprietors. 



A Home for $1,850. By Geo. W. Meyer... 
A One Story House. By Louis H. Gibson. 
A Country House. By Louis H. Gibson... 
A Double House. By Louis H. Gibson.... 

A $2, 100 House. By E. A. Payne 

Since Cromwell's Time. By J. H. Beadle. 



Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Henrietta M. D wight, 

Oakland, Cal. 
Chas. E. Norton, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
F. H. Johnson, 

Jamaica, N. Y. 
J. A. Libby, 

West Poland, Me. 
Kirk Munroe, New York. 
Chas. G. Fisher, 

Philadelphia. 
Geo. D. Free, 

Forest City, Ark. 
Jno. N. Tilden, 

Peekskill, N. Y. 
Myrtilla H. N. Daly, 

Bergen Point, N. J. 
H. D. Thompson, 

Princeton, N. J. 
L. F. Segaldo, Newark, N.J. 
Albert Smith, New York. 

National Homestead Com- 
pany, New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Buncombe's Bunco Man. By Bill Nye 

Naegele's Combined Protest and Record Book. 



A Shadow of Evidence. By Walter L. Hawley 

Castle Favorite. By Grace I. Colbron , 

A Pleasant Talk About Mrs. Stowe. By Joseph Howard, jr. 

Feminine Fads and Fancies. By Margaret Hamm 

Col. Knox's Snap Thoughts. By J. Armoy Knox 

How She Saw the Play. By Margery Daw 

Lovers. By Lillian Harvey 

Latest News from Europe. London, October 10, 1891... 

The Only Complete List of Steamboat and Steamship 

Lines in the United States and Canada. 
Digest of American Decisions and American Eeports. 

Three vols. By Stewart Rapalje. 

Directory of Raleigh and Wake County, N. C , 

The Farmers' Friend 

The Physician's Account, Record, and Case Book 



Selections on Contracts. Two vols. By William A. Keener- 
Annual of Universal Medical Sciences, 1891. Five vols. 

By Charles E. Sajous. 
His Private Honor. By Rudy ard Kipling 



The Great Bore. By J. L. Harrison. 



Anti-Fat Treatment. 
Songs for Christmas.. 



The Nugget Library. No. 114 

Nick Carter Library. No. 10 

The Detective Library. No. 464 

The Wide Awake Library. Nos. 1075 and 1076. 

The Star Library. No. 227 

Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 413 



Working Outlines on Common School Subjects. 



Log Cabin Library. No. 134. 
Autumn Joy Bells . 



What Woman Wouldn't? By Isabel P. Smith. 



The Court of Christmas 

Critical Review of Efficiency Tests in Coals. By Wm. 

Kent. 
Ireland's Cause Remains. Dublin, October 13, 1891.... 



Proceeding Cautiously. Dublin, October 12, 1891 

Special-Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, October 11-16, 1891. 



Lowell 



Teacher's Report Book 

Land of the Harp and Shamrock, Dear Erin. 



Proprietors. 



Edgar W. Nye, New York. 
Otto E. Naegele, 

Minneapolis. 
The United Press, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Sun Printing and Publishing 
Association, New York. 

E. W. Bullinger, New York. 

Ban croft- Whitney Co., 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Levi Branson, Raleigh, N. C. 
H. G. Mitchell, Fosters, Ala. 
Geo. L. Goodman & Co., 

San Francisco. 
Baker, Voorhis & Co., 

New York. 

F. A. Davis, Philadelphia. 

The Authors' Alliance, 

New York. 
J. L. Harrison, 

North Adams, Mass. 
Hall Chemical Co. , St. Louis. 
R. A. La Fontaine, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Lillian H. Pickens, 

Iola, Kans. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
The Echo Music Company, 
Lafayette, Ind. 
Donohue, Henneberry & Co. , 
Chicago. 
Asa Hull, New York. 

The Scientific Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Press Publishing Company, 
N. Y. World, New York. 
Do. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Citizens' Newspaper Com- 
pany, Lowell, Mass. 
H. R. Corbett, York, Nebr. 
Robt, S. Pettit, 

Philadelphia 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Risen from the Dead. Nos. 3-13, inclusive. By Louis 

Neumann. 

The Countess Palatine. Nos. 92-96, inclusive 

An Indictment of Russia. London, Octoher 3, 1891 

Parnell's Sudden Death. London, October 7, 1891 

Parnell after His Death. London, October 10, 1891 

To His Grave in Ireland. Willesdue Junction, October 

10, 1891. 

Yesterday in London. London, October 10, 1891 

Yesterday in Berlin. Berlin, October 1<>, 1891 

W. H. Smith's Successor. London, October 10, 1891 .... 

At Rest in Erin's Soil. Dublin, October 11, 1891 

A Call for Branch Leagues to Elect a New President. 

London, October II, 1891. 
Latest News from Europe. London, September 26, 1891. 

Latest News from Europe. London, October 10, 1891... 
In the Olden Time. Chapters 3 and 4. By H. G. Rowe. 

Welch Cheese Cakes. By Miss Hope 

Liverpool Cake. By Miss Hope ^ 

Steamed Fruit Pudding. By Miss Hope 

The New Harry and Lucy. Chapter 18. By Edw. E. 
Hale and Lucretia P. Hale. 

Caesar's Column. (Norwegian edition.) October 7, Octo- 
ber 10, 1891. 

The Exile. Chapter 13. By Forrest Crissey 

Her Father's Victim. Chapters 7-8. By Thos. P. 
Montlort, 

Yorkie Wier. Chapter 16. By L. C. Rogers 

Werthvolle Rezepte 

The Story of Hazel Wild. By Maude Meredith 

Microscopes and Accessories. Illustrated catalogue 

European Relations. By T. Dalin 

Homestead Savings and Loan Society 

Cookery with a Chafing Dish. By Thos. L. Murrey . . . 

Charles Auchester. Vols. 1 and 2. By Elizabeth Shep- 

pard. 
The Man of Uz. By S. A. Martin 

The New Declaration of Independence 

Laboratory Exercises in Chemistry. By F. F. Jewett. . . 

Street Guide of Cleveland , 

Haushaltungs-Kochbuch 

The Hidden City. By W. H. McDougall 

The New Job. By Leopold von Sacher Masoch. Trans- 
lated by Harriet L. Cohen. 



Proprietors. 



A. Eichler, New York. 

Do. 
New York Times, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Press Publishing Company, 
N. Y. World, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

The Sun Printing and Pub- 
lishing Ass'n, New York. 
Do. 
Thos. H. B. Pierce, 

Dexter, Me. 
Cleveland Baking Powder 
Company, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

The Commonwealth Pub- 
lishing Co. , Boston. 
Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 

Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Company, Chicago. 

L. C. Rogers, 

Capioma, Kans. 
Jacob F. Landis, 

Camden, N. J. 
M. Meredith, 

Dubuque, Iowa. 
Jas. W. Queen & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
CassellPub. Co., New York. 
VV. E. Lawrence, 

Minneapolis. 
Frederick A. Stokes Co., 

New York. 
A. C. McClurg&Co., 

Chicago. 

Trustees Presbyterian Board 

of Pub. and Sunday School 

Work, Philadelphia. 

U. M. Wideman, 

South Manchester, Conn. 
Frank F. Jewett, 

Oberlin, Ohio. 
Cleveland Directory Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. 
M. J. I vers & Co., New York. 
Cassell Pub. Co., New York. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



A Defense of Poetry. Edited by Albert S. Cook 

Essentials of Bacteriology. By M . V. Ball 

How to Become Quick at Figures. Fifteenth edition .... 

Practical Spanish Grammar. By E. W. Manning 

In and Around Milwaukee 

The Little Minister. By M. Barrie 

Dreams After Sunset. By F. S. Saltus 

Portland Vocal Folio 

Ne Plus Ultra. Song and chorus collection 

His Fortune. Cantata. Arranged by Maggie Bell 

A Flood of Light on Health and Disease. By N. Helmer 

Juggles 

Number Six's Sister. By Bernard Bigsby 

Pretty, Young, and Rich 

Curing Inebriety 

A Great Modern Fort 

Fashions in October I , 

Flirting in the Dark 

Colonel Cockerill's Letter 

Dances for the Winter 

Swells in the Saddle 

The Lady and the Wine... 

The Woman of Fashion 

The Culinary Artist 

The Gordon Standard Order Sheet 

Wild-Cat Schemes Exposed 

Rube Burrows' Raids, etc 

Friendship and Love 

Uncle Sam' s Daughters 

Health and Longevity without Medicine 

Birmingham, Ala. 1891 

Bad Debt Record 

Power of Attorney Book 

Credit Book 

Profit and Loss 

Circulation Register 

Das Deutsch- Aniericanische Kochbuch 

Specification of Materials and Labor for a Frame Dwelling. 



Proprietors. 



Albert S. Cook, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Walter B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
Arthur Hinds & Co. , 

New York. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
Silas Chapman, Milwaukee. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
F. H. Saltus, 

Greenwich, Conn. 
White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Co. , Boston. 
Oliver Diison Company, 

Boston. 
The John Church Company. 
Cincinnati. 
N. Helmer, New York. 

F. L. Fithian, Philadelphia. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Company, New York. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 

New York Fashion Plate 

Company, New York. 

Great Divide Publishing 

Company, Denver, Colo. 

Richard K. Fox, New York. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

Do. 

American Health Company, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Sanborn-Perris Map Co. , 

Limited, New York. 

Wm. E. Bixby, 

Ironton, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Wm. C. Falkenthal, 

Philadelphia. 
Stanley C, Covert, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Citizens' Association for the Advancement of Port Angeles, 
Wash. Circular. 



Lawyers' Reports Annotated. Book 12, No. 5. 
Lexington, Its Points of Interest. 1891 



The Satisfaction of Human Wants. 

Suspense Ledger 

The Historical Memorizer 



Atwood's Language Tablet. Nos. 1-6, inclusive 

Little Heather Blossoms. Translated by Mary J. Safford.. 



American Game and Fish Laws. By Henry Austin. 
Select Letters of Cicero 



Fat and Blood. Sixth edition. By S. Weir Mitchell... 

Newspaper Rate-Book 

Little Tommy. By Sarah E. Ober!.., 



The Boy Convict of Bermuda. By Margaret E. Winslow. 
My Mother's Bible. A Memorial Volume. By Chas. 

L. Goodell. 
A Lost Hero. By Elizabeth S. Phelps Ward and H. D. 

Ward. 
Diseases of Women. Max C. Groppner 



Physical Diagnosis. By Jas. Tyson 

Ben-Beor. By H. M. Bien 

The Communism of John Ruskin. By W. D. P. Bliss. 

The Child's Life of Christ. By Hesba Stretton 



The Salesman 

Lessons in the Use of English. By Mary F. Hyde 

Outline Inductive Bible Studies. First Series. The Life 
of Christ. Vol. 1, Nos. 2, 5, 6, and 10. By E. Blakeslee. 

A Human Novelty 

Lorita. By Susie C. Clark 



Christmas Tide. By Eliza A. Starr. 
Betrayed. By Paul de Kock 



Blanche, Lady Falaise. By J. H. Shorthouse. 



Intermediate Course of Mechanical Drawing. By Wm. 

H. Thorne. 
The American Homestead and Trust Company 



Scientific Medicine in its Relation to Homeopathy. By 
R. F. Bauer. 

American Hotel Guide 

A First Family of Tasaj ara. By Bret Harte 

A Strange Voice. By Pruning Knife 



Proprietors. 



Citizens' Association for Ad- 
vancement of Port An- 
geles, Wash. , Port Angeles. 
Lawyers' Cooperative Pub. 
Co. , Rochester, N. Y. 

The Lexington Historical 
Society, Lexington, Mass. 
G. P. Osborne, Cincinnati. 
Chas. W. Meyrick, Chicago. 
W. C. Hontz, 

Columbia City, Ind. 
George E. Atwood, 

New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Henry Austin, Boston. 

Arthur Hinds & Co. , 

New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Co., 

Philadelphia. 
The John F. Phillips Adver- 
tising Co., New York. 
Congregational S. S. and 
Pub. Society, Boston. 
Do. 
Chas. L. Goodell, Boston. 

Roberts Brothers, Boston. 

Groppner & Tracy, 

Manchester, N. H. 
James Tyson, Philadelphia. 
H. M. Bien, Baltimore. 

The Humboldt Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Jno. C. Winston, 

Philadelphia. 
J. W. White, Chicago. 

Mary F. Hyde, Boston. 

The Bible Study Company, 
Boston. 
Wm. F. Smith. New York. 
S. C. Clark, 

Cambridgeport, Mass. 
E. A. Starr, Chicago. 

Edward Brandus & Co. , 

New York. 
Macmillan & Co. , 

New York. 
Wm. H. Thorne, 

Philadelphia. 
R. W. Caldwell, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Boericke & Tafel, 

Philadelphia. 
James T. Hair, Chicago. 
Bret Harte, London. 

H. Francis Allen, St. Louis. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Studies in the Wagnerian Drama. By Henry E. Kreh- 
biel. 

A Working Man's Confessions. By Emile Souvestre 

Saint Matthew's Witness. By Francis W. Upham 

The Old Man of the Mountains. By Geo. P. Coomer 



American Prose, with notes by H. E. Scudder. Revised 

and enlarged edition. 
Experiments in Physical Measurement. Part 4. By 

Harold Whiting. 
The Lutheran Church 



Proprietors. 



Handy Zion Songs. By F. E. Rivers 

Illustrated Nautical Dictionary. By Howard Patterson. 



Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 405 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 29 

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 742. 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 677 

Shoppell' s Modern Houses 



Oil- Well Supplies and Machinery. Price list. 

Practical Speller 

Zweites Buchstabir-Buch 



Easy Dictation Book. By John Watson. . ^ , 

Business Shortscript. By Chas. C. Beale 

Y. P. S. C. E. Anniversary Service. No. 1. By W. S. 

Hinman. 
An Original Plan and a Wonderful Oifer 



Elsa. By E. McQueen Gray. 



The Friendly Five. By Mary C. Hungerford 

The Gilead Guards. By Mrs. O. W. Scott 

Kolasis Aionios ; or Future Retribution. By Geo. W. 
King. 

The King's Messengers. By Emily H. Miller ... 

Una and Leo. By Julia Goodfellow . 

Methodism. By Cbas. W. Pearson :.....*.. 

Hand Book to New York City 

Great Thoughts of the Bible. By John Reid 



A Subtle Adversary. By Chas. J. Scofield , 

Tenth International Christian Endeavor Convention. 



The A. Shuman & Co. Portfolio. 
The Nautical Almanac. 1892... 



1891 



Nautical Almanac and Tide Tables 

The Mechanico-Therapeutic Institute. By Gustaf Zander. 
Nos. 1 and 2. 



The Spanish Galleon. By Chas. S. Seeley. 
Our Government. By Jesse Macy 



Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, New York. 

Do. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
H. Whiting, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Theodore C. Schmauk, 

Lebanon, Pa. 
F. E. Rivers, Charleston, S. C. 
Howard Patterson, 

New York. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Cooperative Building 
Plan Ass'n, New York. 
Bovaird & Seyfang, 

Bradford, Pa. 
Carnell & Gutchess, 

Albany, N. Y. 
Jno. B. Smith, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Beale Publishing Co. , Boston. 

Do. 
United Society of Christian 
Endeavor, Boston. 

The Egyptian Drug Com- 
pany, New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 

Chas. J. Scofield, Illinois. 

United Society of Christian 

Endeavor, Minneapolis. 

A. Shuman & Co., 

New York. 
T. S. & J. B. Negus, 

New York. 

John Bliss & Co. , New York. 

The Mechanico-Therapeutic 

and Orthopedic Zander 

Institute, New York. 

A. C. McClurg&Co., 

Chicago. 
Jesse Macy, Grinnell, Iowa. 



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PERIODICALS. 



Titles. 



The Coda. No. 173 

Central Law Journal. Vol. 33, No. 15 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 14 



Federal Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 3 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 4 

New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 13 
Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 12.. 
Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 15 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 11 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 24 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 24.. 
Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 17, No. 4. . . 
Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 17, No. 5 .. 

The Pilgrim. November, 1891 .. 

The Missouri Philatelist. October, 1891. 



The Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary 

Archives. October, 1891. 
American Notes and Queries. October 10, 1891 



The Albany Law Journal. October 10, 1891 



The Academy. October, 1891 

Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. October 10. 1891 



The New York Musical Echo. November, 1891... 
The Iowa Sunday School Teacher. October, 1891 



The Youth's Companion. October 15, 1891 
Texas Siftings. October 17, 1891 



The Students' Journal. October, 189 1 

The Poultry Monthly. October, 1891 

The Home Guard. October, 1891 

New York Family Story Paper. October 24, 1891. 



Golden Hours. October 17, 1891 

The Financial and Commercial Chronicle. October 10, 

1891. 
The Farmers' Review. October 7, 1891 



Tobacco. October 9, 1891 , 



The Northwest. October, 1891 

The American Stock-Keeper. October 10, 1891 

The American Florist. October 8, 1891 



The American Contractor. October 10, 1891 

Mission News of the Archdeaconrv. October, 1891. 



Technology Architectural Review. November 29, 1890.. 



Peopeietors. 



Ginn & Co. , Boston, Mass. 
Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
R. S: Dewey, Philadelphia. 
Conrath Stamp and Pub- 
lishing Co. , St. Louis. 
W. A. Cbnklin and R. S. 
Huidekoper, New York. 
Westminster Publishing 
Company, Philadelphia. 
Weed, Parsons & Co., 

Albany. 
George A. Bacon, Boston. 
E. &H. T. Anthony & Co., 
New York. 
New York Musical Echo 
Company, New York. 
Samuel I. Lindsay, 

Garner, Iowa. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 

Texas Siftings Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Andrew J. Graham, 

New York. 
The Ferris Publishing Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 
E. J. Smith, 

Providence, R. I. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
W. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Hannibal H. Chandler & 
Co., Chicago. 

The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
E. V. Smalley, St. Paul. 
American Stock-Keeper 
Pub. Co., Boston. 

A merican Florist Publish- 
ing Co. , Chicago. 
B. Edwards & Co., Chicago. 
John H. Boynton, 

New York. 
Bates, Kimball & Guild, 

Boston. 



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Titles. 



The Engineering Record. October 10, 1891 

Harness Gazette. October, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal . October 10, i 891 

New York Amusement Gazette. October 12, 1891 

The School Journal. October 10, 1891 

The Teachers' Institute. October, 1891 

Fox's Weekly. October 19, 1891 

Architecture and Building. October 10, 1891 

The New South. October 8, 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveler. October 17, 1891 

American Architect. October 10, 1891 

The Echo. October, 1891 

Real Estate Chart. October 11-17, 1891 

The Quiver. November, 1891 

The Journal of Industrial Education. September, 1891.. 

The Sunday-School Times. October 17, 1891 

The Waterbury. October, 1891 

Farm and Home. October 15, 1891 

The Internal Revenue Record. October 12, 1891 

Kate Field's Washington. October 14, 1891 

Harper's Young People. October 13, 1891 

Harper's Bazar. October 24 and 31, 1891 

Harper's Weekly. October 17, 1891 

Puck's Library. November, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. November, 1891 

Saturday Night. October 31, 1891 

Golden Days. October 24, 1891 '.., 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. October 17, 1891.. 

Medical News. October 3, 10, and 17, 1891 

American Bank Reporter. September-October, 1891 

The New York Musical Era. September and October, 

1891. 
The Railway Hand Book. October 1, 1891 

The Scholars' Magazine. November, 1891 

Our Day. October, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
Harness Gazette Company, 
Rome, N. Y. 
1). Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
F. T. Low, New York. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
W. H. Rowland, 

Richmond, Va. 

Review Printing Company, 

Chicago. 

Ticknor&Co., Boston. 

Echo Music Company, 

Lafayette, Ind. 
The Record Publishing 
Company, Philadelphia. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Mrs. Frances E. Owens, 

Chicago. 
Jno. D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 

The Waterbury Watch Co., 

Waterbury, Conn. 

The Phelps Publishiug Co., 

Springfield, Mass. 

W. C. & F. P. Church, 

New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Judge Publishing Company, 
New York. 
Lea Brothers & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Anthony Stumpf & Co. , 

New York. 
C. Edgar Dobson, New York. 

Railway Hand Book Pub. 
Co., San Francisco. 

Sunday-School Times, 

Philadelphia. 

Our Day Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 



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PERIODIC A.LS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Home and Farm. October 15, 1891 

American Machinist. October 15, 1891 ." 

The New York Ledger. October 17, 1891 

The New York Clipper. October 17, 1891 

The Market Reporter. October, 1891 

Insurance Monitor. October, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland und Amerika. October 

14, 1891. 
The Rural New Yorker. October 17, 1891 

The Golden Weekly. October 29, 1891 

Boys of New York. October 31, 1891 

The Illustrated World's Fair. October, 1891 

The Electrical World. October 17, 1891 

The Delineator. November, 1891 

The Illustrated Police News. October 17, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. October 14, 1891 

The Phonographic Magazine. October, 1891 

The Magazine of Art. November, 1891 

The Sporting Life. October 17, 1891 

Scientific American. October 17, 1891 

Scientific American Supplement. October 17, 1891 

The Banner Weekly. October 31, 1891 

The Graphic. October 17, 1891 

Good News. October 31, 1891 

Fashions. October, 1891 

The Architectural and Building Monthly. October, 1891. 
Western Electrician. October 17, 1891 

The Ave Maria. October 17, 1891 

The Yankee Blade. October 17, 1891 

Garden and Forest. October 14, 1891 

The Christian Herald. October 14, 1891.... 

The National Police Gazette. October 24, 1891 

The Architectural Era. October, 1891. 

The St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. October 12-17, 

1891. 
The St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. October 17, 1891 . 
The Therapeutic Gazette. October 15, 1 891 

The Climatologist. October 15, 1891 

Once a Week. October 20, 1891 



Peopeietoes. 



Home and Farm Publishing 
Company, Louisville, Ky. 

American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 

Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 

The Frank Queen Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Market Reporter Company, 
Chicago. 

C. C. Hine, New York. 
Germauia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

The Rural Publishing Com- 
pany, New York, 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 
Jewell N. Halligan, 

Denver, Colo. 
The W. J. Johnson Com- 
pany, New York, 
Butterick Publishing Co. , 

London and New York. 
Police News Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
Jerome B. Howard, 

Cincinnati. 

Cassell Publishing Com- 

pauy, New York. 

Sporting Life Publishing 

Company, Philadelphia. 

Munn & Co. , New York. 

Do. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
The Graphic Co. , Chicago. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
The Syndicate Trading Co. , 
Springfield, Mass. 
A. J. Bicknell, New York. 
Electrician Publishing Co., 
Chicago. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
D. Mason & Co., New York. 
P. J. J. O' Conner, St. Louis. 

Do. 
George S. Davis, 

Philadelphia. 
Walter B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
P. F. Collier, New York. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Illustrated Christian Weekly. October 17, 1891. 

Fanciers' Journal. October 17, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. October 15, 1891.... 

Forest and Stream. October 15, 1891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. October 14, 1891 , 

The Keystone. October, 1891 

The Jewelers' Circular. October 14, 1891 



The People's Railway Guide. October 15, 1891. 
The Argosy. October 24, 1891 



The Custom Cutter. October, 1891 

The American Florist. October 15, 1891. 
Brooklyn Life. October 17, 1 891 



Street & Smith's New York Weekly. October 31, 1891. 
The Christian Union. October 17, 1891 



The American Field. October 17, 1891. 



The New Nation. October 17, 1891... 
University Extension. October, 1891. 



Trifet's Monthly Budget of Music. No. 10. October, 1891. 
Bishop's A, B, C Guide. October, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Illust'ed Christian Weekly 
Company, New York. 

Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 

Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 

Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Jewelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Samuel H. Steele, 

Philadelphia. 

Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 

Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 

The Robert Phillips Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

American Florist Publish- 
ing Company, Chicago. 

Brooklyn Life Publishing- 
Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Christian Union Publishing 
Company, New York. 

American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Edward Bellamy, Boston. 

The American Society lor the 
Extension of University 
Teaching, Philadelphia, 

T. Trifet, Boston. 

Traffic Publishing Company, 
San Francisco. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



Jack Royal, of the Ninety-Second. 
Zeb Featherkile, the Clodhopper. 



By A. C.Wheeler.... 
By Sam M. Young. 



That Irresistible Widow. By H. A. Herrold 

Nobody, or The German Emigrant. By Thos. J. Keogh. 



Germania 

At the Photographer's. 



Harry Lacy, New York. 
Sam M. Young, 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 
H. A. Herrold, New York. 
Thos. J. Keogh, 

Dennison, Tex. 
Henry J. Pain, New York. 
Thyge Sogard, 

Kansas City, Mo. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



I Will Lift up Mine Eyes. Anthem. By H. P. Danks... Fillmore Bros. 
One Sweetly Solemn Thought. Anthem. ByH. P. Danks. Do. 

Blessed is the Man. Anthem. By H. P. Danks Do. 

Songs of Praise. Hymn Anthem. By H. P. Danks Do. 



Cincinnati. 



14 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Save me, O God, by Thy Name. Anthem. By H. P. 

Danks. 
I Waited Patiently for the Lord. Anthem. By H. P. 

Danks. 
The Voice of Many Angels. Anthem. By J. B. Hebbert. 

Great is the Lord. Chorus. By Chas. H. Gabriel 

The Heavens Declare. Chorus. By Chas. H. Gabriel... 

Arise and Shine. Choius. By Chas. H. Gabriel 

Thy Throne, God. Chorus. By Chas. H. Gabriel 

Guide Me. Hymn Anthem. By Will W. Porter 

He Shall Feed His Flock. Chorus. By Geo. C. Hugg.. 
Come Unto Me. Song. Words by Walter Smith ; music 

by J. H. Rosecrans. 

The Lord is Great. Chorus. By J. B. Hebbert , 

Round the Year His Glories Shine. Duet. By J. B. 

Hebbert. 
His Mercies Shall Endure. Duet. By J. B. Hebbert. .. 
Hymn for the Knights Templar Burial Service. By W. 

H. Currier. 

Vampire Galop. Orchestra. By Dox Cruger 

Theresia Galop. Orchestra. By J. Ringleben 

Danses Polonaises. Four Hands. By A. Strelezki. 1... 

Impromptu. By A. Strelezki 

Minuet a 1' antique. By A. Strelezki 

Serenade Allemande. By A. Strelezki 

Mazurka. No. 1. By A. Strelezki 

Mazurka. No. 2. By A. Strelezki 

Quatrieme Ballade. By A. Strelezki 

Valse-Souvenir. By A. Strelezki 

Aveu Discret. Henri Lafon 

Mascarade. By Henri Lafon 

Les Ondines. By Henri Lafon 

Fatma. By Pierre Lamotte 

Mandoline. By P. Lamotte 

Stellina. By P. Lamotte 

Tzigane. By F. Samary 

Menuetto. No. 2. Violoncello and piano. By David 

Popper. 

Minuet Lyrique. By S. Noskowski 

Chant de Berceau. By S. Noskowski 

Mazourka Andante. By S. Noskowski 

Chansonnette d ' hiver . By S. Noskowski 

Caprice. By S. Noskowski 

March Philadelphia. By G. Savasta 

Sleep on, My Love. Serenade. Words by M. J. Bar- 

nett ; music by F. M. Paine. 
So Early in the Morning. Words by M. J. Barnett ; 

music by F. M. Paine. 
Smiles and Tears. Rondoletto. By F. M. Paine. Op. 

3. No. 2. 

Twilight Reverie. By F. M. Paine 

The Stream, in E flat. Words by M. J. Barnett ; music 

by F. M. Paine. 
Evening Star Polka. By J. M. Dungan 



Fillmore Bros., Cincinnati. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
W. H. Currier, Toledo, Ohio. 



G 



J. Schott, 
Do. 
Schirmer, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Schott, 
M. Paine, 



New York. 



New York. 



New York. 
Boston. 



Gloria in Excelsis, in A. By H. P. Danks 

Te Deum Laudamus, in D. By H. P. Danks 

And Still He Wouldn't Go Home ! Words and music 
by Julian Holmes. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

The Echo Music Company, 

La Fayette, Ind. 

Geo. Molineux, New York. 

Do. 
Chas. W. Held, Brooklyn. 



15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Longing. Male chorus. By L. I). Bevan and J. W. P. 

Price. 
Boat Song. Male chorus. Words by Hywel Cynon ; 

music by J. W. P. Price. 
The World's Fair Waltz. Guitar. By Jas. H. Raymond 

The World's Fair March. Banjo. By Jas. H. Raymond.. 
The Merry Maiden and the Bear Polka. By P. Fahrbach. 

The Little Charmer. Gavotte. By Franz Behr 

The Russian Prize Waltzes. Arranged by N. Lion 

Dear Heart. By Victor Holliday 

Twin City Polka. Banjo. By E. M. Hall 

Love's Old Sweet Song. Guitar. Arranged by F. N. 

Scott ; music by J. L. Molloy. 
Killarney. Guitar. Arranged by F. N. Scott ; music 

by M. W. Balfe. 
That is Love. Guitar. Arranged by F. N. Scott ; 

music by F. McGlennon. 
Comrades. Guitar. Arranged by F. N. Scott ; music 

by F. McGlennon. 
I Whistle and Wait for Katie, Guitar. Arranged by 

F. N. Scott; music by M. Nolan. 
Spanish Fandango. Mandolin and guitar. By L. T. 

Romero and others. 
Melodie. Piano. Edited by Mrs. Hiram Hall ; music 

by Eugene d' Albert. 
The Golden Guineas. Song. Words by F. E. Weath- 

erly ; music by Stephen Adams. 
Sweet Kildare. Song. Words by F. E. Weatherly; 

music by Stephen Adams. 
Will You Leave the Old Home? Song. Words by C. 

Bingham ; music by S. Scudder. 
The Bee and the Song. Song. Words and music by 

F. E. Weatherly. 
When Harvest Came Again. Song. Words by C. K. 

G. ; music by A. S. Gatty. 
My Secret. Song. Words by C. Bingham ; music by 

F. E. Weatherly. 

The Village Dance. Piano. By F. W. Holland 

Glenwood Waltz. By June Reed 

Petit Bleu Waltz. Arranged by D. M. H. May 

Dancing with Baby. Words by Marie Madison ; music 
by W. C. Parker. 

Bouncing Irish Girl. Words and music by Walter Gil- 
bert. 

Dan McCarthy's Ball. Words by J. J. McCorry ; music 
by Pat. Murphy. 

The " Pa " De Quatre. Words by Percy Reeve ; music 
by Meyer Lutz. 

You Can't Expect It. Words by E. Richardson ; music 
by Edgar Ward. 

How to Do It. By Percy Reeve 

Alma Polka. Zither. By E. Gschmeidler 

Mazurka — Nitta Yuma, By Gus. Roby 



Propkiktoks. 



Win. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

James H. Raymond, 

New York. 

Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
National Music Co., Chicago. 
L. B. Gatcomb Company, 

Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Miles & Thompson, Boston. 

Boosey & Co., 

London, England. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do 

Do. 
Denver Music Company, 

Denver, Colo. 
George Willig&Co., 

Baltimore. 
James Stillman, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

E. Ascherberg, 

London, England. 
Do. 

Do. 
G. & R. Kustermann, 

Green Bay, Wis. 
Memphis Music Company, 

Memphis, Tenn, 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Gretchen Waltz. By Frederika E. Dow... 

Schottische Militare. By Harry L. Heck 

Who Is She? By Emil Hahn 

But Oh ! What a Difference in the Morning. Words by 

Harry Miller ; music by Felix McGlennon. 
Wake Not, but Hear Me, Love ! Quartet, for male 

voices. Music by A. Krapf 
Joys of Spring. Quartet, for female voices. Words by 

George Cooper ; music by A. Geibel. 
Close Your Eyes, Lena. Arranged for male voices by 

Herbert Johnson. 
The Vacant Chair. Quartette for male voices; arranged 

by H. Johnson. 

Souvenir of Venice. By W. N. Gates 

Dance Ecossais. One or two banjos. By Fred. Baker; 

arranged by Geo. L. Lansing. 
Infelice Fantasia Polka. Solo cornet, in B flat. By J. S. 

Cox. 
' ' Bonnie Eloise ' ' Fantasie. Solo for clarionet, in B flat. 

By J. S. Cox. 
Manola. Song. Soprano, in E. English version by M. 

J. Barnett; music by E. Bourgeis. 
Springtime of the Heart. Soprano or tenor. English 

version by M. J. Barnett; music by F. v. Wickede. 
Lucia. Mezzo soprano or baritone. English version by 

M. J. Barnett; music by L. Luzzi. 
Dreamland. Mezzo soprano. English version by M. J. 

Barnett; music by P. Lacoun. 
Spring Song. Soprano or tenor. English version by M. 

J. Barnett; music by P. Lacoun. 
Autumn Song. Mezzo soprano. English version by M. 

J. Barnett; music by P. Lacoun. 
Farewell, Sweet Flower. Song. Words and music by 

H. C. Barney. 
Enchantment. Soprano or tenor. English version by 

M. J. Barnett; music by J. Massenet. 
The Birds' Ball. Mezzo soprano. English version by 

M. J. Barnett; music by P. Lacoun. 
Valse. Revised and edited by Joseph A. Hills; music 

by Ole Olsen. Op. 23, No. 1. 

Comrades Waltz. By Roily King.. 

Lover's Quarrel Waltz. By Roily King 

Air De Ballet. Edited and fingered by Joseph A. Hills; 

music by C. Chaminade. 

I Aint 'Sponsible. (End song.) By A. W. Noll 

On Wings of Living Light. Music by C. T. Steele 

The Faithful Heart. Words by H. Newman; music by 

L. Denza. 
A River Song. Words by Wm. Boosey; music by L. 

Denza. 
Gigue Americaine. By Ernest Reden; edited and fingered 

by Maurits Leefson. 
Captain Therese. Opera comique. By Robert Plan- 

quette. 
The Golden Rod. Words by Wilmot Townsend; music 

by Adolph Gosling. 
The Sweetest Name. Words and music by Dr. Engel- 

bert Voerster. 



Peopeietoes. 



F. M. Woods, Warren, Ohio. 
H. L. Heck, 

Little Rock, Ark. 
E. Hahn, St. Joseph, Mo. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Chas. D. Koppel, New York. 

The S. Brainard's Sons Co , 
Chicago. 
Engelbert Voerster, 

St. Louis. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Money, Precious Money. Words and music by Tom 

Carter. 

Steg for Steg. By A. L. Skoog 

Echoes Du Passe Valse. By P. Fahrbach 

Double Chorus and Prayer. By P. Mascagni. Tran- 
scribed by R. Hoffman. 
Drinking Song. Piano. By P. Mascagni. Transcribed 

by R. Hoffman. 
Fling Open Wide the Gates. Anthem. By E. E. Hewett 

and W. J. Kirkpatrick. 
Sweet Little Pansy Eyes. Song and chorus. By Paul 

Jassett. 
When My Sailor Lad Comes Home. Song and chorus. 

By Arthur Malone. 
Cavalleria Rusticana. Potpourri. Arranged by B. M. 

Davison. 
Sweet Faces at Home. Words and music by Sam'l J. 

Canham. 
It is na' Jean Thy Bonnie Face. Voice and piano. Music 

by C. D. Parke. 
It is na' Jean Thy Bonnie Face. Cello. Music by C. D. 

Come, O My Soul. By T. Blacklock and H. R. Crane 

An Evening Hymn. By G. W. Doane and C. W. Har- 
rington. 

I'm a Pilgrim. By Fred. L. Morey 

Love Divine. By E. L. Cranmer 

O, Love Divine. By F. C. Vinal 

Shall We Rove, My Love? Quartet for men's voices. 
By C. J. Rockwell. 

Indian Air. Edited by Winthrop 

Persian Air. Edited by Winthrop 

Chant des Rameurs. Edited by Winthrop. 

Edited by Winthrop 

Edited by Winthrop 

Edited by Winthrop 

God is My Rock. Anthem. By Willard Burr, jr , 

Barnens Formaner. Arranged by Aug. Elfaker , 



Proprietors. 



Japanese Air. 
Arabian Air. 
Siamese Air. 
Javanese Air. 



For What Thou Art. Words by R. C. V. Meyers; 

music by A. H. Rosewig. 
My Love of the Old Sweet Days. Words by R. C. V. 

Meyers ; music by A. H. Rosewig. 
Always Take a Warning. Orchestral arrangement by 

Charles Lovenberg. (New edition.) 
Zuleika Waltz. By Florence Fare. Arranged for or- 
chestra by Ed. St. Quentin. 
Love to the Last. Words by Clifton Bingham ; music 
(No. l,inF.) 

Words by Clifton Bingham ; music 
(No. 2, inG.) 

Words by Clifton Bingham ; music 
(No. 3, in A.) 

By Ch. Gounod 



ed- 



by J. M. Capel. 
Love to the Last 

by J. M. Capel. 
Love to the Last 

by J. M. Capel. 
Love Divine All Love Excelling. 

ited by 0. B. Brown. 
Choral, with variations, By George E 

organ. 
Christmas Prelude. By George E. Whiting, for organ- 
Christmas Postlude, By George E. Whiting, for organ 

3te 



Whiting, for 



Albert Loraine & Co. , 

New York. 
A. L. Skoog, Minneapolis. 
Henri Heugel, Paris, France. 
J. H. Schroeder, New York. 

Do. 

W. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 
White-Smith Music Pub- 
lishing Co. , Boston. 
Do. 

Do. 

S. J. Canham, Winona, 111. 

The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
The Mission Friends Pub- 
lishing Co., Chicago. 
A. H. Rosewig, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Arthur S. Josselyn, 

Providence, R. I. 
Robert Cocks & Co., 

London. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
DO, 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Nocturne. By George E. WhitiDg, for organ 

Prelude. By George E. Whiting, for organ 

Christmas Pastorale. By George E. Whiting, for organ.. . . 
Polonaise. By X. Scharwenka ; revised and fingered by 

Chas. Dennee. 
Pastorale. By J. Beliczay ; revised and fingered by 

Chas. Dennee. 
Cappriccietto. By J. Beliczay ; revised and fingered by 

Chas. Dennee. 
The Skaters. By E. Meyer-Helmund. No. 2. Eevised 

and fingered by F. Meyer. 

Advent Prelude. By George E. Whiting, for organ 

Funeral March. By George E. Whiting, for organ 

Festival Postlude. By George E. Whiting, for organ 

Eondoletto. By Fred. L. Morey 

Little Tarantelle. By Fred. L. Morey 

Lullaby. By Fred. L. Morey 

Dance of the Sylphs. By Fred. L. Morey 

Dance of the Clowns. By Fred. L. Morey 

Dance of the Dervishes. By Fred. L. Morey 

An Old Song. Words by V. W. Cloud ; music by Jules 

Jordan. 
Canzonetta. By V. Hollaender. Arranged by Daniel G. 

Mason. 
Happy Dreams. By E. Tavan. Eevised and fingered 

by O. B. Brown. 
Heart Sorrows. By E. Tavan. Eevised and fingered by 

O. B. Brown. 
If I Were a Bird. By Adolph Henselt. Eevised and 

fingered by Arthur Foote. 
Peasant Dance. By N. Wilm. Eevised and fingered by 

Chas. Dennee. 
Golden Gate Schottische. Arranged for banjo club by 

A. D. Grover. 
Comrades. By Felix McGlennon ; arranged for two 

banjos by Alfred Losson. 
Frederick's March. 22d Eegiment Quickstep. By 

Gungl ; arranged for two banjos by G. L. Lansing. 
Bohemian Galop. By Herbert Gray ; arranged for two 

banjos. 
Medley of National Airs. Arranged by C. S. De Lano for 

two banjos and guitar. 
Eippling Stream Waltz. By C. S. De Lano ; arranged 

for two banjos and guitar. 
Board of Trade March. By A. S. Hood 

Always Take a Warning. Words and music by Arthur 

S. Josselyn. 
Why Don't He Ask. Words by F. E. Brooks 

Off for Slumber Land. Words by Caroline Evans ; music 

by H. J. Jacoby. 
Canzonetta. By Victor Hollaender. Op. 62, No. 3 

The Little Huntsman. By Adam Geibel 

Playful Innocence. By Adam Geibel 

Joys of Youth. By Adam Geibel 

Sweet Meditation. By Adam Geibel 

Castinet Dance, By Adam Geibel,,, ,,..„ , 



Proprietors. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




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Do. 




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Do. 




Thompson & Odell, Boston. 




Do. 




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Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




C. H. Kimball, 




Manchester, N. H. 




Arthur S. Josselyn, 




Providence, E. I. 




Albert Loraine & Co. , 




New York. 




H. J. Jacoby. 




The S. Brainard's Sons Co. , 




Chicago. 




G. Schirmer, jr., Boston. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Silvery Bells Polka. By Frauds E. Kuhn 

The Gates of Heaven. Words by F. E. Weatherly ; 

music by F. H. Cowen. 
Queen of the Opera. By Victor Roger ; arranged by 

Monroe H. Rosenfeld. 
Oh ! What a Difference iu the Morning. By Felix Mc- 

Glennon ; adapted by M. H. Rosenfeld. 
Our Hands Have Met, but not Our Hearts. Song by 

W. V. Wallace ; arranged by J. C. Burke. 
Queen of Pretty Girls. Words by George Cooper ; mu- 
sic by Chas. E. Pratt. 
Gwendoline. Words and music by Chas. J. Rockwell. 

Op. 21. 
The Old Cuckoo Quartet. Words by John D. Marney ; 

music by Leroy L. Burtch. 
When Fairy Tales Were Ended. Words and music by 

Leroy L. Burtch. 
Rustic Cavalry. ( Drinking Song. ) Music by Pietro Mas- 

cagni ; English text by J. A. Fraser, jr. 
U and I Waltz. By Henry Wehrmann, jr 

Good-Bye, Darling. Words and music by F. L. Scott 

The Shady Side Polka. By Albert U. Grant ; arranged 

for two banjos by Strebe Bros. 

Sparkling Cascade Waltz. By E. Waldteufel 

Love Thoughts Waltz. By E. Waldteufel 

Chasse aux Papillons. (Butterflies.) By Ernest Gillet. 

Evocation. By Ernest Gillet 

Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana. By P. Mas- 

cagni ; arranged by C. E. Pratt. 
The Golden Rod Waltz. By A. T. Vigneron 

Night Key March. By Paulus ; arranged by Chas. E. 

Pratt. 

Luck Enough Waltz. By M. F. McKelvey 

Brother, Come. By F. S. Shepard 

O, For a Thousand Tongues. Words by Charles Wesley ; 

music by D. B. Towner. 
The Old-fashioned Story and Song. Words by Mrs. H. 

E. Jones ; music by D. B. Towner. 

Grace is Free. By E. A. Hoffman 

O, Lamb of God. Words by Mrs. H. E. Jones ; music 

by D. B. Towner. 

Jesus at the Door. By E. A. Hoffman 

Am I a Soldier of the Cross. Words by J. H. Sammis ; 

music by D. B. Towner. 

Only a Little While. By D. B. Towner 

O, Home Beyond the Jordan. Words by Mrs. H. E. 

Jones ; music by D. B. Towner. 

Your Soul Must Live. Music by E. F. Goff. 

The Lord Hath Risen. Words by Mrs. K. S. Burr; 

music by D. B. Towner. 
Come to the Fount of Mercy. Words by Mrs. H. E. 

Jones ; music by A. L. Planquette. 
Crown Him. Words by Mrs. Ella Lander; music by 

D. B. Towner. 
Bear the Banner Forward. Words by W. H. Gardner ; 

music by D. B. Towner. 



Proprietors. 



F. E. Kuhn, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

National Music Company, 
Chicago. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

H. Wehrmann, jr., 

New Orleans, La. 

C. Janke & Co. , 

Galveston, Tex. 
Strebe Bros., New York. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Richard A. Saalfield, 

New York. 
Providence Music Pub . Co , 
Providence, R. I. 
Richard A. Saalfield, 

New York. 
M. F. McKelvey, Chicago. 

D. B. Towner, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Eeaping Time Will Come. Words by J. H. Sammis ; 

music by D. B. Towner. 
Praise Him. Words by Mrs. Ella Lander ; music by D. 

B. Towner. 

Speak to Me Tenderly. Music by F. S. Shepard 

Jesus is Standing By. Words by Ella Lander ; music by 

D. B. Towner. 
The Feast and the Robes. Words by Mrs. H. E. Jones ; 

music by D. B. Towner. 
Pass the Gospel Torch Along. Words by J. E. Ranken ; 

music by D. B. Towner. 
The Victor's Song. Words by Mrs. J. H. Knowles ; 

music by D. B. Towner. 
Christ My Refuge. Words by Mrs. H. E. Jones ; music 

by D. B. Towner. 
The Lord is My Shepherd Words by Mrs. H. E. Jones ; 

music by D. B. Towner. 
Father, I Would Humble Be. Music by F. S. Shepard.. 
Eaton. Words by George Herbert ; music by F. A. Scott. 

Let Me Work Too. Music by George H. Towner 

Ye are My Witnesses. By G. H. Simmons 

To Jesus, My Saviour, I'll Go. Words by T. T. Eaton ; 

music by Geo. H. Simmons. 

Walk in Light. Music arranged by F. A. Scott 

Cavalleria Rusticana. By Pietro Mascagni. Vocal score. 



D. B. Towner, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
George H. Simmons. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
White-Smith Music Pub. 
Co. , Boston. 



MAPS. 



School Map of St. Louis I Higgins&Co., St. Louis. 

Frankfort, N. Y. August, 1891 Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, Limited, New York. 

Everett, Pa. September, 1891 Do. 

E. Brady, Pa. August, 1891 Do. 

Catawissa, Pa. August, 1891 Do. 

Chadron, Nebr. August, 1891 Do. 

Harper, Kans. August, 1891 Do. 

Middle Granville, N. Y. September, 1891 Do. 

Puyallup, Wash. September, 1891 Do. 

Olympia, Wash. September, 1891 Do. 

Valley Falls. August, 1891 Do. 

Punxsutawney, Pa. August, 1891 Do. 

Chestertown, Md. August, 1891 Do. 

Millville, N. J. August, 1891 Do. 

Geneva, 111. September, 1891 Do. 

Humboldt, Tenn. August, 1891 Do. 

Elgin, 111. September, 1891 Do. 

Dinuba, Cal. August, 1891 Do. 

Reedley, Cal. August, 1891 Do. 

Hiawatha, Kans. August, 1891 Do. 

Ottawa, 111. September, 1891 i Do. 

Business Atlas Map of United States I Rand , McNally & Co. , 

Chicago. 

Letter Size Map of the United States I Do. 

Wake County, N. C. ! Levi Branson, Raleigh, N. C. 



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MAPS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The City of Weir, Kans. 1891 

The Norfolk, Wilmington and Charleston Railroad 
Miniature Guide to Washington 



Proprietors. 



C. L. McClung, 

Columbus, Kans. 
G. W. & C. B. Colton &Co., 
New York. 
Bell Lithographing Com- 
pany, Washington, D. C 



CHARTS. 



Geometria Explicativa. By N. Lugo Vina 

Special Rules for Fingering and Playing by Chart 

Junior Society of Christian Endeavor Pledge 

Combined Drafting System for Cutting Ladies', Men's 

and Children's Clothing. 
Dental Record 



The History Company, 

San Francisco. 
William L. Needham, 

Wesson, Miss. 

Junior Society of Christian 

Endeavor, Boston. 

J. B. Plant, Lewiston, Me. 

F. C. Runge, Milwaukee. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



Glimpse of Old Plymouth, Mass. By Louis K. Harlow. 

On the Lower Connecticut. By Louis K. Harlow 

The White Squadron's. By Thomas Moran 

When Daylight' s Toil is Over. By Henry Farrer 

Pompeiian Water-Carrier. By Samuel Sartain 

The Bay Shore. By Peter Moran 

An English Riverside. By T. Leo Hunter 

Sunrise. By L. H. Meakin 

The Boat-house. By G. W. Bohde 

Shady Nook. By G. W. Bohde 

A Pat Hand. By James Fagan 

Along the Canal. By G. W. Bohde 

In the Lane. By G. W. Bohde 

The Wish. By Chas. Schlecht 

Glittering Sunlight. By Jno. O. Anderson 

Memories of Spring. By Jno. O. Anderson 

Daisies. By Frank French 

Divine Inspiration. By W. Henderson 

The Magician 

A Game of Chance 

Rowdy Rod 

A Double Point 

The Surprise 

Breaking the Home Ties 

Song of the Birds. From painting by L. Lacoste 

Accepted. From painting by J. Hayneswilliams 

Papa's Coming. From painting by J. Brownscombe 

The Surprise. From painting by Borione 

An Arabian Caravan. From painting by A. Roumegous 

He Loves Me Not. Etched by R. Picquet 

Sub Rosa. From the original by J. Hayneswilliams 



Radtke, Lauckner & Co. , 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Frank French, 

Brick Church, N. J. 
C. Klackner, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



I Helped to Build Pike's Peak Kail Road. Large. (Three 

views. ) 
Wild Bill's Monument. No. 22 to 25 

High Noon 

No. 32783. West View of Lincoln Log Cabin 

American Statesmen and Generals 

The Old Mill 

TheTally-Ho 



W. E. Hook, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Locke & McBride, 

Deadwood, S. Dak. 
Clarence B. Moore, 

Philadelphia. 
Lincoln Log Cabin Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
C. Klackner, New York. 
J. N. Chamberlain, 

Woonsocket, R. I. 
W. T. Barnum, 

Adrian, Mich. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Promise of a New Heart 

The Blessings of the Gospel 

The Kingdom of Christ 

A Song of Salvation 

Overcome With Wine 

Hezekiah's Prayer and Deliverance 

The Suffering Savior 

The Gracious Call 

The New Covenant 

Jehoiakim's Wickedness 

Jeremiah Persecuted 

The Downfall of Judah 

Life at Joliet Prison 

Our Sovereign 

Emancipation Proclamation 



Harris, Jones & Co. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
W. B. Burton, Joliet, 111. 
Union Pacific Tea Company, 
New York. 
J. S. Smith & Co. 



CHKOMOS. 



A Child Astride of and Riding upon a Loaf of Bread 
Carnot, President de la Republique Francaise 



The Northwestern Consoli- 
dated Milling Company. 
Boussod, Valadon & Co., 

New York. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. 16. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON. 



UNDER 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



October 19 to October 24, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has 
been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1891, 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Propeietoes. 



The Divorce of Catherine of Aragon. By J. A. Froude.. 

Patrick Henry ; Life, Correspondence, and Speeches. 

By Wm. Wirt Henry. Vol 1. 

On the Border with Crook. By John G. Bourke 

Stories for Boys, hy Richard H. Davis 

The Tests of the Various Kinds of Truth. By James 

McCosh. 
Price List of Catalogue "N" 

Practical Hints and Useful Information for Typewriter 

Operators. 
Notes on Rankine's Civil Engineering. Part 2. By 

Chas. E. Greene. 
Why Have Priests at All ? By Edward B. May 

Milling Machines 

How to Make Inventions 

American and English Railroad Cases. Part 1, vol. 47. 

Edited by Wm. M. McKinney. 
The Prometheus Bound of iEschylus. Translated hy 

P. D. Allen. 
A Woman of Shawmut. By E. J. Carpenter 

Manual of the Sacred Heart. New edition 

The Catholic Child's Prayer Book 

The Catholic Hymn Book 

Pocket Church Record 

Along the Anataro. By Mary R. Baldwin 

Around Bronton. By Mary R. Baldwin 

Out Doors and In. By Anna F. Burnham 

Two and a Half. By Kate W. Hamilton 

Tommy and Millie. By E. M. and K. W. Hamilton 

Giving and Keeping. By E. M. and K. W. Hamilton... 

Dick and His Cousin. By Kate W. Hamilton 

Nellie's Red Book. By Kate W. Hamilton 

Story-time. By Anna F. Burnham 

Pat-a-Cake and Peek-a-Boo. By Anna F. Burnham ..... 

Happy Times. By Anna F. Burnham 

What Dolly and Robbie Did. By Kate W. Hamilton.... 

Play Time Stories. By Anna F. Burnham 

Rocking Chair Stories. By Anna F. Burnham 

Descendants of Robert Mason. By Wm. L. Mason 

Geografia Fisica Universal. By Jose M. Trigo 

Principles of Reform Shoemaking 

The Sacred Lute. By T. E.Perkins 

Ne Plus Ultra Dance Collection 

(3) 



Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

The J. L. Mott Iron Works, 
New York. 
Oscar W. Humphrey, 

Washington, D. C. 
Chas. E. Greene, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Edw. B. May, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Brown & Sharpe Mfg. Com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Edward P. Thompson, 

New York. 
Edward Thompson Com- 
pany, Northport, N. Y. 
John W. White and Thos. 
D. Seymour, Boston. 

Edmund J. Carpenter, 

Milton, Mass. 
H. L. Kilner&Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
Hunt & Eaton, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Congregational S. S. and 
Pub. Society, Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Wm. L. Mason, Milwaukee. 
The History Company, 

San Francisco. 
F. Dalsimer, Philadelphia. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Around the World with Santa Claus. 



Our Baby's A, B, C. 
Home Hints 



Mrs. Gilbert's Birthday. London, October 21, 1891. 
World's Fair Visitors' Alliance. October 15, 1891.... 



Short Method Grain Calculator 

Catalogue for Advanced Collectors of Postage Stamps, etc. 

A First Family of Tasajara. Part 2, Chap. 3. By Bret 
Harte. 

The American Continent Before Columbus. By Annie 
C. Cady. 

Features and Attractions of the Arcade Building, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

The War in Song. By S. G. Pratt 

Northern Maine. Its Points of Interest, etc. By Geo. 
F. Bacon. 

Three in Charge. By W. Clark Eussell 



The Globe Patent Agency on Patents, etc. 



The World's Big Banks 



Bill Nye Sees a Play 

The New Harry and Lucy. Chapter 19. By Edward 

E. Hale and Lucretia P. Hale. 

A Mistaken Prophecy. By Walter C. Wright 

The Nugget Library. No. 115 

The Nick Carter Library. No. 11 

The Log Cabin Library. No. 135 

The Boys' Star Library. No. 228 

The New York Detective Library. No 465 

The Wide Awake Library. Nos. 1077-1078 

Caesar's Column. October 14, 1891 

The People's Services. Second series. 1-6, inclusive. 

The Lord's Prayer. 

How to Become a Bowler 

Snow-Bound. A Winter Idyl. By John G. Whittier.. 



His Marriage Vow. By Caroline F. Corbin. 

French Speaker. By H. Bertrand 

Little Smoke. By Wm. O. Stoddard 



On Indian River. By C. V. Hine 

The Shadow of Shame. By Austyn Granville. 

Labor-Saving Minute Book 



Baccarat. By H. Malot 

Marchenstraub 

The Nurse Register 

Government of State of West Virginia . 

Slide-Rule Calendar , 

Instruction for Kensington Art Needle. 



McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
The Columbia Drug Ware- 
house, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
The New York Times, 

New York. 
L. G. Warfield, 

Washington, D. C. 
W. N. Clery. 

The Scott Stamp and Coin 

Company, New York. 

Bret Harte, London, Eng. 

Gebbie & Co. , Philadelphia. 

The Cleveland Arcade Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. 
S. A. Stevens, New York. 
GlenwOod Publishing Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
The Authors' Alliance, 

New York. 
Collamer & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Edgar W. Nye, New York. 
The Commonwealth Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
Walter C. Wright, Boston. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 
The Golden Rule Company, 
Boston. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
H. Bertrand, Carlisle, Pa. 
D. Appleton &Co., 

New York. 

C. V. Hine. 

Chas. H. Sergei & Co., 

Chicago. 

D. L. Gill, 

Franklin Park, 111. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
C. A. Kochler, Boston. 

Joseph B. Lawrence. 
Ginn & Co., - Boston. 

H. J. Thomas, New York. 
J. M. Leman. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



$20 Issued "by to 

Parker's Supplementary Reader. No. 2. October, 1891. 

Frank Leslie's Christmas Book 



Manual of Chemistry. By W. Simon. Third revised 

edition. 

Tonawanda, the Lumber City 

Corporations in Pennsylvania. Vol. 1. By Walter 

Murphy. 
Digest of Decisions of the Supreme, Circuit, and District 

Courts of the U. S. Eeported in the Federal Reporter, 

Vols. 31-45, and the Supreme Court Reporter, Vols. 1-11 . 
The Disabled Edam. Queenstown, October 20, 1891 



Foster's Weather Forecasts . 



A Treatise on Woolen Textile Manufacture. By George 

Damon Rice, jr. No. 14. 
Cecils Well to the Fore. London, October 17, 1891 



An Indictment of Russia. London, October 7, 1891 

The Exile. Chap. 14. By Forrest Crissey 

In the Olden Time. Chaps. 5-6. By Mrs. H. G. Rowe. 



Simple Football 

Physical Geography. By M. F. Maury. 

The Wonder. By W. T. Giffe 

Parlor Football 



Woman in French Art. Parts 19, 20. By Geo. W. 

Sheldon. 
Her Father's Victim. Chaps. 9, 10. ByThos. P. Montfort. 

Matrimonial Advice. By H. McVickar 



Autobiography of Karl Formes. 



Senator Lars. Erikson. By F. W. Lee 

Course of Study for Primary Department of the Paro- 
chial Schools of Philadelphia. 

Course of Study for Secondary Department of the Paro- 
chial Schools of Philadelphia. 

Course of Study of Grammar Department of the Paro- 
chial Schools of Philadelphia. 

Huckleberries. By Rose Terry Cooke 

Megda. By Emma D. Kelley 

Winning Souls. By A. B. Earle 

Thoughts of Peace. By Annie S. Perkins 

The Condition of Labor. By Henry George 

The Story of Francis Cludde. By S. J. Weynian 



Peopeietoes. 



P. Andrews, Chicago. 

C. M. Parker, 

Taylorsville, 111. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
Lea Brothers & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

D. P. Robbins, Erie, Pa, 
Rees Welsh & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
West Pub. Co., St. Paul. 



Press Pub. Co., N. Y. World, 
New York. 
W. T. Foster, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 
Geo. D. Rice, jr., Boston. 

New York Times, 

New York. 
Do. 
Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 
Thos. H. B. Pierce, 

Dexter, Me. 
McLoughlin Bros., 

New York. 
University Publishing Co. , 
New York. 
The Home Music Co., 

Logansport, Ind. 
McLoughlin Bros., 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Co. , Chicago. 

George M. Allen & Co., 

New York. 
Mrs. Pauline Karl Formes, 

San Francisco. 
R. H. Merriam, St. Paul. 
Burk & McFetridge, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 



Do. 



Boston. 
Boston. 



The Children of Wilton Chase. 
Her Strange Amour 



By L. T. Meade. 



Rose T. Cooke, 
James H. Earle. 

Do. 

Do. 
Henry George, New York 
Cassell Publishing Co. , 

New York 

Do. 
Minerva Publishing Co. , 

New York 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Betty Alden. By Jane G. Austin 

The Poems of John Ruskin. Vols. 1 and 2 

Price List. No. 38. R. Chester Frost & Co 

Essentials of Nervous Diseases and Insanity. By Jno. 

C. Shaw. 
Common Sense in Making and Using Steam 

St. Benedict' s Catechism 

The Howard and Wilson Colony Company. Third edition. 

Point Lace and Diamonds. By George A. Baker, jr 

El Metodo Moderno Para Aprender Ingles. By S. P. C. 

Henriques. 
The Guest Book 

San Jose, including Santa Clara, Cal. Vol. 2 

Revised Statutes of the State of Illinois. 1891. Edited 

by Harvey B. Hurd. 
International Cable Code. Third edition 

Gaskell's Compendium of Forms 

Jackson City and County Directory. Vol.12. 1891-82. 

Alpena City Directory. Vol.4. 1891-92 

Montana Reports. Vol. 10. Fletcher Maddox, Reporter.. 

Traders' and Manufacturers' Business Directory of Cities 
in New York and Connecticut, including Providence, 
R. I. 

The Coming Conflict. By W. N. Palmer 

The Law and Practice of Patents, Trade-Marks, and 

Copyrights. 
Sons of God. By S. D. McConnell 

The Church of England in Nova Scotia. By Arthur W. 
Eaton. 

Addresses at St. Agnes School. By Wm. C. Doane 

Up North in a Whaler. By Edward A. Rand 

Electricity Simplified. By T. O' C. Sloane 

Infantry Drill Regulations. By H. T. Reed 

Hermetic Philosophv. Vol. 2. By Styx of the H. B. 

ofL. 
Tales of To-Day and Other Days. Translated from the 

French by E. P. Robins 
The Writings o± Oliver Wendell Holmes. Vol. 7. A 

Mortal Antipathy. 
The Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Vol.8. Pages 

from An Old Volume of Life. 
Hypodermatic Medication. Fifth edition. By Roberts 

Bartholow. 
The Shoplifter. By Georges Ohnet 



Pkopkietors. 



Jane G. Austin, 

Plymouth, Mass. 
Chas. E. Merrill & Co., 

New York. 
R. C. Frost & Co. , Chicago. 
W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
Wm. H. Bailey, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
L. M. Fink. 
W. R. Nutting, 

San Francisco. 
Frederick A. Stokes Co. , 

New York. 
S. P. C. Henriques, of Cuba. 

Geo. M. Allen & Co., 

New York. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Co. , 
Limited, New York. 

Myra Black well, 

Evanston, 111. 
James Gosfield's Sons, 

Philadelphia. 
Willett M. Vernon. 
R. L. Polk & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
Do. 
Bancroft-Whitney Co., 

San Francisco. 
H. A. Curtin, New York. 



W. N. Palmer, 

Woodbine, Iowa. 
Richards & Co. , New York. 

Thomas Whittaker, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Norman W. Hurley & Co., 
New York. 
Hugh T. Reed, U. S. Army. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Oliver Wendell Holmes, 

Boston. 
Do. 

J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia. 
The Waverly Company, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Hovenden V. C. By F. Mabel Robinson. 



Illinois Reports. No. 4, vol. 135. By Norman L. Free- 
man. 

Burial of the Dead , 

Miller's Telegram and Confirmation Book 

Knife Work in the School Room. By Geo. B. Kilbon... 



The Johnstown Stage, etc. By Robert H. Fletcher. 

Temptation. By James Stalker v 

The Choice. By Basil Manly 



Abridged Chart. By Lilla D. Windsor 

What's the Use of Going to Church. By Robert A. 
Holland. 

Educational Provident Company. Form 102 

Is License Constitutional? By E. F. Ritter 



Civil Service Aid to Appointment and Promotion. 



Descriptive List of Harper & Brothers' Holiday Books... 
Connecticut Reports. Vol. 60, Part 3. By Jno. Hooker.. 

Excursion (Futile Enough) to Paris. By Thomas Car- 

lyle. 
The Janitor's Boy. Chap. 14. By Wm. O. Stoddard.. 
The Yard or the. Meter, Which? 



Family Washing Book 

Speeches of Oliver Wendell Holmes, jr. 



Elsie's Vacation. By Martha F,enley. 



How to Cooperate. By Herbert Myrick 

A Marvelous Coincidence. By K. Cornwallis 



A Fatal Silence. By Florence Marryat. 



How to Kill Time in Chicago 

Morris' Dictionary of Chicago 

Annual Catalogue of Geo. W. Crane & Co. 



1891. 



Devout Clients of St. Anthony of Padua 

The Concordance Repertory. Vol. 2. By Wm. D. Gen- 
try. 
Agent's Contract and Appointment Under Royalty 



Manufacturer's Contract 

Application for Registry with the Protective Registry 
Company of New York. 

Shelley's Identifier 

Latest News from Europe. London , October 17 



Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 414. 



The United States Book 
Company, New York. 
Norman L. Freeman, 

Springfield, 111. 
E. M. L. Ehlers, New York. 
Frank R. Miller, Boston. 
Milton Bradley Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Fleming H. Revell Com- 
pany, New York. 
Baptist Book Concern, 

Louisville, Ky. 
L. D. Windsor. 
Thomas Whittaker, 

New York. 
J. Merritt, Minneapolis. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
R. A. Dinsmore, 

Washington, D. C. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 
Robt. Jay Walsh, 

Secretary of State. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
W. 0. Stoddard, New York. 
Watson F. Quiney, 

Wilmington, Del. 
Globe Stationery and Print- 
ing Co., New York. 
Oliver Wendell Holmes, jr., 
Boston. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
H. Myrick, New York. 

G. W. Dillingham, 

New York. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Frank M. Morris, Chicago. 

Do. 
Geo. W. Crane, 

Topeka, Kans. 
Joseph Schaefer, New York. 
W. D. Gentry, New York. 

Elisha Draper, 

Sioux City, Iowa. 
Do. 
Oliver T. Hungerford, 

Hartford. 

M. M. Shelley, New York. 

Sun Printing and Publishing 

Association, New York. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Something Not to be Thrown Away 

Ritual of Ancient Order of Foresters.. 

"Birding" in Virginia 

All About Postage Stamps 

A Great Poet and Editor 

About Fashion ' s Fancies 

Early Winter Notions 

What Women are Doing 

Colonel Coekerill ' s Letter 

Colonel Cockerill's Letter 

A Strange New Drink 

In Fashion's World 

Haunts of Two Artists 

A Man of Fashion 

What Women are Doing 

Heretic or Believer? 

Couldn't Vote for Budsey 

Paris Moulds New York 

Southward the Cry 

The Woman of Fashion 

Yale's Mighty Kickers 

Mail on the Rail 

German Eating and Drinking 

Not Cream Sauces Only 

Atlantis Arisen. By Frances F. Victor 

American Newspaper Annual. 1891-' 92 

Insurance Record and Expiration Book 

Song Folio. Piano or organ 

Song Folio. No. 2 

Songs of Spring. By Frank Chaffee 

Ideals of Beauty. By Maud Humphrey 

High-Speed Crocheting Machinery 

A Night at Hay's. By Bret Harte 

Josie Mansfield Married Again. Paris, October 15, 1891 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 15, 1891 

Threats in China. Shanghai, October 15, 1891 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 16, 1891 

Socialism in Germany. Paris, October 17, 1891 

Society Notes from Paris. Paris, October 17, 1891 

Boulanger's Will. Paris/October 17, 1891 

Other Side of the O'Shea Divorce. London, October 17, 

1891. 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 17, 1891 

An Angry French Novelist. Paris, October 17, 1891 

Money and its Uses. London, October 17, 1891 

British Trade and American Politics. London, October 

17, 1891, 



Proprietors. 



Vacuum Oil Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
F. C. Hensley, 

San Francisco. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
James W. 



Johnson, 

New York. 



M. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
E. W. 

Do. 



Sherwood, 

New York. 



J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia. 
N. W. Ayer & Son, 

Philadelphia. 

D. J. Blanke and J. P. 

Smith, St. Louis. 

W. F. Shaw, Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Geo. M. Allen & Co., 

New York. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
J. B. Merrow & Sons, 

Norwich, Conn. 
Franklin Fyles, New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. • - 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 19, 1891. 



De Gier's Excursions. Paris, October 21, 1891 

Singers for America. Paris, October 21, 1891 

Cody's Good Indians. London, October 21, 1891.... 

Pamela's Prodigy. London, October 21, 1891 

Toff Wall Backs'Down. London, October 19, 1891. 

Bismark Brigands. Paris, October 22, 1891 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 21, 1891.... 
Short Hand Skill Certificate 



A Prisoner of War. By Alfred R. Calhoun. 



Ratio Twelve. By Sanford Purdy. 



Album of Song. By G. H. Kline 

Crayon Work. By John L. Sanford 



Books of the Bible for Little Children. By I. P. Black.. 
Instructions before Baptism and the Lord's Supper. By 
E. B. Hodge. 



Bishop Joyce's Sermon 

Pennsylvania State Reports. Vol. 141. By Boyd 

Crumrine. 
Handbook of Psychology. By James M. Baldwin 



History of Ohio in Words of One Syllable. By Annie 

Cole Cady. 
A Romance of the Willow. By Marie Woodruff- Walker. 



Feminine Fads and Fancies. By Margaret Hamm. 



La Belle France. By Paul De Barsal 

Reminiscences of Phil. Sheridan. By Joseph Howard, jr. 

A Strange Italian Custom. By Margery Daw 

New York Gossip. By Curtis Kinglake 

Knox in Texas. By J. Armoy Knox 

The Minuet. By George Percy Taggart , 

Philadelphia Editors. By George Barton 



Feminine Fads and Fancies. By Margaret Hamm. 

Something About Billiards. By J. J. Carroll 

Until Death . By Walter L. Hawley 

Wine, Women, and Song. By David A. Curtis 

Prince Happy-Heart. By Margery Daw 

Lingg, the Anarchist. By Joseph Howard, jr : 

Capital Punishment. By J. Armoy Knox 

A Dress Rehearsal 

Premium Rates 



Abstract of Title 

Requisition for Perfected Search. 



The Perfected Search... 
American Light-houses. 
A Constant Companion.. 

2 T E 



Proprietors. 



James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Moran Short Hand Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Sanford Purdy, 

Tarry town, N. Y. 
Gardner & Kline, Chicago. 
John L. Sanford, 

Rock Falls, 111. 
I. P. Black, Philadelphia. 
Presbyterian Board of Pub- 
lication and S. S. Works, 
Philadelphia. 
D. A. Perrin, Moline, 111. 
William F. Harrity, Secy. 

of the Commonwealth. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
Belford Clarke & Co., 

New York. 
Marie Woodruff- Walker, 

Clifton Esdaile. 
The United Press, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
C. B. Corey, Boston. 

A. J. Flitcraft, 

Oak Park, 111. 
George H. Thiele, 

Washington, Kans. 

Title Guarantee and Trust 

Company, New York. 

Do. 

Helen V. Gavett. 

Miller & Green, St. Louis. 



10 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Recent Geographical Events. 



Critical Review of Efficiency Tests of Coals. 2. By 

Wni. Kent. 
Latest News from Europe. London, October 17, 1891.... 

Yesterday in London. London, October 17, 1891 



Yesterday in Berlin. Berlin, October 17, 1891. 
Tennyson's Play. London, October 17, 1891.... 
Real Estate Chart. October 1 8-24, 1891 



Kabelbrief. Berlin, October 18, 1891 

Special-Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, October 18-24, 1891. 

Eureka Method for the Clarionet 

Liszt Organ Method. By Ferdinand Q. Dulcken 

Popular Violin School 



Grand Military Band Journal. Overture. I. Puritan! . 
Grand Military Band Journal. Spring Song. Reverie. 

Professional Violin and Piano Journal. No. 23 

Columbia Choir Collection. By Frederick W. Root 



Dieppo's Celebrated Conservatory Method. 
Young Students' Classics, for the Piano.... 



Song Album. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. 



Proprietors. 



University Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Scientific Publishing 
Company, New York. 
The Sun Printing and Pub- 
lishing Ass'n, New York. 
Press Publishing Company, 
N. Y. World, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Record Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
New York Associated Press, 
New York. 
New York Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Mason and Hamlin Organ 
and Piano Co., Boston. 
Elias Howe Company, 

Boston. 
Jean White, Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 
George Willig & Co. , 

Baltimore. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



PERIODICALS. 



The American Contractor. October 17, 1891. 
Grocer's Regulator. October 15, 1891 



The New South. October 15, 1891 



Architecture and Building. October 17, 1891 
The School Journal. October 17, 1891 



The American Stock-Keeper. October 17, 1891 . 

The American Horse Breeder. October 17, 1891. 
Tobacco. October 16, 1891 



The American Architect. October 17, 1891 
Texas Siftings. October 24, 1 89 1 



The Engineering Record. October 17, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. October 19, 1891. 
Golden Hours. October 24, 1891 



The New York Family Story Paper. October 31, 1891. 
The Round Table, October, 1891 



B. Edwards &Co., Chicago. 
Reid Murdock & Co., 

Chicago. 
W. H. Rowland, 

Richmond, Va. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 

American Stock- Keeper 
Publishing Co. , Boston. 

George B. James, Boston. 

The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Ticknor & Co., Boston. 

Texas Siftings Pub. Co., 
New York and London. 

Henry C. Meyer, New York. 

F. T. Low, New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
The Round Table Company, 
Dallas, Tex. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The American Microscopical Journal. October, 1891 

Biles Whisky Price List. October 15, 1891 

The Chautauquan. November, 1891 

The Popular Science Monthly. November, 1891 

The American Catholic Quarterly Review. October, 1891.. 

Cassell's Family Magazine. November, 1891 

Cordage Trade Journal. October 15, 1891 

The United Service Review. November, 1891 

Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. November, 1891 

The Illustrated Christian Weekly. October 17, 1 891 

The Elite News. October 17, 1891 

The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. October 

17, 1891. 
The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. October 17, 

1891. 
The Home Magazine. October, 1891 

Poet-Lore. October 15, 1891 

The Pathfinder Railway Guide. October 15, 1 891 

American Notes and Queries. October 17, 1891 

The University Magazine. October, 1891 

Skolen og. Hj emmet. October 15, 1891 

The Christian Herald. October 14, 1891 

The Financial and Mining Record. October 17, 1891 

Cordage and Trade Journal. October 15, 1891 

Fox's Weekly. October 26, 1891 

The Youth's Companion. October 22, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. October 17, 1891 

The Farmers' Review. October 14, 1891 

The Music Review. October, 1891 

The Pythian Knight. October, 1891 

Medical Record. October 17, 1891 

TheEmbalmer. October, 1891 

Employment Guide. October 18-24,1891 

Farm Directory. October 18-24, 1891 

The St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. October 19-24, 

1891. 
The St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. October 24, 1891 . 
The Internal Revenue Record. October 19, 1891 



Chas. W. Smiley, 

• Washington, D. C. 
J. W. Biles & Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Theodore L. Flood, 

Meadville, Pa. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Hardy & Mahony, 

Philadelphia. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Chas. L. Delano, New York. 
L. R. Hamersly & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia. 
Illustrated Christian Week- 
, ly Pub. Co., New York. 
Elite News Co., Chicago. 
L. K. Strouse&Co., 

New York. 
Wm.B. Dana& Co., 

New York. 
The Brodix Publishing Co. , 
Washington, D. C. 
Poet-Lore Co., Philadelphia. 
New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Co., Boston. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia. 
University Magazine Com- 
pany, New York. 
Skolen og. Hj emmet, 

Story City, Iowa. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
The Unit Co., New York. 
Chas. H. Delano, New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Hannibal H. Chandler & Co. , 
Chicago. 
Clayton F. Summy, Chicago. 
Electric Print. & Pub. Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. 
Wm.Wood&Co., 

New York. 

Embalmer Pub. Company, 

New York. 

The Record Pub. Company, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

P. J. J. O'Conner, St. Louis. 

Do. 
W. C. and F. P. Church, 

New York. 



12 



PERIODIC ALS-^-CONTINUED. 



Titles. 



The Seed. July, August, and September, 1891 

Talent. October, 1891 

Painting and Decorating. October, 1891 

Saturday Night. November 7, 1891 

Golden Days. October 31, 1891 

The. Golden Weekly. November 5, 1891 

The New York Fireside Companion. November 7 and 

14, 1891. 

The Doll's Dressmaker. October, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland und Amerika. October 

21, 1891. 
The American Musical Times. October, 1891 

At Home and Abroad. November, 1891 

Textile Colorist. October, 1891 

The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 12 

The Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 13 

The Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 25 

Federal Reporter. Index to Vol. 46. June-September, 
1891. 

The Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 15 

The New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 14 

The Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 25 

The Shopper. October 24, 1891 

Universal Song. October, 1891 

The Illustrated Police News. October 24, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. October 21, 1891 

The Thermse. October, 1891 

The Scrap Book. October, 1891 

New York Clipper. October 24, 1891 

Ave Maria. October, 1891 

The Domestic Monthly. November, 1891 

The Presbyterian and Reformed Review. October, 1891 



Pkopeietoes. 



The Banking Law Journal. October 15, 1891 

The Original Chatterbox. September, October, Novem- 
ber, and December, 1891. 
The New York Ledger. October 24, 1891 



The Yankee Blade. October 24, 1891 
The Sporting Life. October 24, 1891 .. 



The New York Family Story Paper. November 7, 1891. 



The Boys of New York. November 7, 1891 
The American Florist. October 22, 1 891 



F. E. Mason, New York. 
S. M. Spedon, New York. 
House Painting and Decora- 
ting Pub. Co. , Philadelphia. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
George Munro, New York. 

Jenny Wren, New York. 
Germania Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
D. O. Evans, 

Youngstown, Ohio. 
Albert D. Hubbard, 

New York. 
M. M. Frank, Philadelphia, 
West Pub. Co., St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. . 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

The Shopper Pub. Company, 
New York. 
American Tonic Sol Fa As- 
sociation and College of 
Music, New York. 

Police News Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
Brooklyn Turkish Bath Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
H. S. Mills, St. Paul. 

The Frank Queen Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
H. C. Faulkner, New York. 
Presbyterian and Reformed 
Review Association, 

Philadelphia. 
T. B. Paton, New York. 
Estes & Lauriat, Boston. 

Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 

Potter & Potter, Boston. 

Sporting Life Publishing- 
Co. , Philadelphia. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

American Florist Publish- 
ing Co. , Chicago. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Medical Record. October 24, 1891 



Lock and Bell. October, 1891 

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. November 7, 1891 , 

Good News. November 7, 1891 

Medical News. October 24. 1891 



The American Field. October 24, 1891 



The New Nation. October 24, 1891. 
The Argosy. October 31 , 1891 



The Circular System. October, 1891 

The Electrical World. October 24, 1891 



The Rural New Yorker. October 24, 1891. 
The Jewelers' Weekly. October 21 , 1891 . . 
Forest and Stream. October 22, 1891 



Once a Week. October 27, 1891. 
Entertainment. October. 1891 .. 



Le Francais Supplement. October, 1891 

The National Police Gazette. October 31. 1891 
The Great South. September, 1891 .' 



Album Reve. October 15, 1891 

The New York Nationalist. October 17, 1891. 

Fanciers' Journal. October 24, 1891 



The Scientific American. October 24, 1891 

Scientific American Supplement. October 24, 1891 
Brooklyn Life. October 24, 1891 



The New South. October 22, 1891 , 



St. Louis Life. October 22, 1891 

Western Electrician. October 24, 1891. 



The Homiletic Review. November, 1891. 
Godey's Ladies' Book. November, 1891... 



Pocket Time-Table and Guide Book. October 10, 1891, 
The Progressive Times. October, 1891 



American Machinist. October 22, 1891 



The Christian Herald. October 21 , 1891... 
The Jewelers' Circular. October 21, 1891 



The Illustrated Christian Weekly. October 24, 1891 
Shoe and Leather Reporter. October 22, 1891 



William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Wm. Byrnes, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Lea Brothers & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 

American Field Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Edward Bellamy, Boston. 

Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
W. W. Felts, Oakland, Cal. 
The W. J. Johnston Co., 
Limited, New York. 

The Rural Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Jewelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
P. F. Collier, New York. 
The Entertainment Bureau, 
Council Bluffs. 
Berlitz & Co., New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
W. C. Paul, 

Memphis, Tenn. 
L. Perlen, New York. 

Hugh B. O'Reilly, 

New York. 
Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Munn & Co. , New York. 

Do. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

W. H. Rowland, 

Richmond, Va. 
Moore & Barth, St. Louis. 
Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 

Godey Publishing Company, 

Philadelphia. 

Jno. E. Bole, Astoria, Oreg. 

Progressive Benefit Order, 

Boston. 
American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Illustrated Christ' n Weekly, 
New York. . 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 



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14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Christian Union. October 24, 1 891 

The American Journal of Obstetrics. October. 1891. 

The Popular Railroad Guide. October, 1891 

Bancroft's California Guide. October, 1891 



Official Time-Tables. Maine Central Railroad. October, 

1891. 
The Pacific Coast Tariff. October, 1891 



Boston Musical Herald. October, 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveler. October 24, 1891 
The Electrical Review. October 24, 1891... 



The Banking Law Journal. October 15, 1^91 
Judge. October 24, 1891 



Harper's Young People. October 20, 1891. 



Harper's Bazar. November 7, 1891 

Harper's Weekly. October 24, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. October 24, 1891. 



Kate Field's Washington. October 24, 18-»1 .. 

Heating Engineer. September, 1891 

The Sunday School Times. October 24, 1891. 



Proprietors. 



Christian Union Company, 

New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
I. Oliver Evans, 

San Francisco. 
The Bancroft Company, 

San Francisco. 
Lyman H. Nelson and W. 

Benson. 
The Schedules Company, 

San Francisco. 
Boston Musical Herald, 

Boston. 
Review Printing Company, 
Chicago. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
T. B. Paton, New York. 
The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
Heating Engineer Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Jno. D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITION. 



Draft. No. 303. By William H. Flynn 



William H. Flynn. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Ma Charmante. Gavotte. By E. St. Ange 

Secret Grief. H. Hoffman. Op. 61. Arranged by L. 

Schehlmann. 
I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes. By Willard Burr, jr. Op. 

6, No. 3. 

Our Summer Outing. Waltzes. By W. F. Sudds 

La Sympathie. Gavotte. By W. F. Sudds 

Autumn Fruits ; At the Cradle. By N. von Wilm. 

Op. 16, Book 1. 
Autumn Fruits ; In the Mountains. By N. von Wilm. 

Op. 16, Book 2. 
Sweet Good Night. By J. Massenel. English version 

by H. D. Tretbar. 



J. & J. Hopkinson, London. 
John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Minuet. No. 1. By L. Godousky. 



Secret Tears. By G. Lange. Op. 395 

Love in the Highlands. By G. Lange. Op. 393 

5th Waltz. By Benj. Godard. Op. 88 

My Faith Looks Up to Thee. By W. P. Thomas 

I Dreamt Last Night. Words by F. L. Monteverde ; 
music by A. G. Maier. 

Across the Bay. Words by Florence A. Jones ; music 

by F. Wald. 
A Dutch Lullaby. Words by Eugene Field ; music by 

George H. Rowe. 
Daybreak Valse. By George H. Rowe. Op. 2, No. 1 . . . 

To Love. By Otis R. White 

Barcarolle. By W. L. Blumenschein. Op. 31 

Selection from India Band. By Flotow 

Twilight. Band. By B. E. Woolf. 

PoJka, The Gem. Piccolo solo. By J. S. Cox 

One Minute too Late. Galop. By F. J. Fiala 

Song, Best of All. Baritone solo. By Moir 

Sambo's Wedding March. By C. W. Gaston 

March, Amazons. By Hertl 

March, Davis Division K. of P. By J. S. Peckham 

March, Oneko. Band. By W. H." Thomas 

Labor Day March. Band. By P. S. Rose. Op. 64 

Waltz, Merrie Thoughts. Band. By A. Czibulka 

Polka, The Gem. Piccolo Solo. By J. S. Cox 

The Carnival of Venice. Violin. By J. Daube. Op. 22. 
Andante and Ballet. Violin. By J. Daube. Op. 21.... 

Fantasie, Oberon. Violin. By J. Daube. Op. 21 

Pandora. Gavotte. By C. H. Butricks 

II Sorriso Waltz. By J. E. Geary 

Absence. Duet, soprano and alto. By E. Lassen ; Eng- 
lish version by M. J. Barnett. 

Spring. Soprano and alto. By E. Lassen ; English ver- 
sion by M. J. Barnett. 

Carrie Lee. Violin and piano. Arranged by S. Winner .. 

Don Giovanni. Violin and piano. Arranged by S. Win- 
ner. 

Minuet. By C. Hatton 

Sarabande. By Chester Hatton 

Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep. Male quartette. By 
J. P. Knight. 

Be Not Weary. Soprano, solo, and quartette, or chorus. 
Poem by G. B. Putnam. 

Barcarolle, from Oberon. Arranged by C. Everest 

Beautiful Moon Waltz. Arranged by C Everest 

Promise That You'll Never Tell. Words and music by 
E. Selden. 

Flannigan's Irish Canary. Words and music by E. 
Selden. 

My Wedding Days. Words and music by E. Selden 

Hush ! the Bogie Mass ! By Sims and Pettitt ; music 
by M. Lutz. 

Lola's Song. By P. Mascagni ; English version by J. A. 
Fraser, jr. 

Silver Skyrocket. Polka. By T. Behr 

Petite Mignonne. Four Hands. By M. Carman; ar- 
ranged by R. Cere. 



Proprietors. 



John Church Company, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Jean White, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. H. Butricks, New Haven. 
Socin & Geary, New Haven. 
Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Mrs. C. Everest, Boston. 

Do. 
WillisWoodward&Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Broder & Schlam, 

San Francisco. 
National Music Company, 

Chicago. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Hi-Tiddley-Hi-Ti. By Geo. LeBrmin ; revised version 

by J. Hempstead. 

Quaint Little Quaker. By M. Carman 

Eva Caprice. By Henry Williams 

March Violets. By J. E. Hummel. Op. 6. Revised and 

fingered by B. Norden. 

Cotton Blossom. By C. H. Partee 

You. Song. By A. G. Robyn. Guitar 

Fortuna Waltz. Piano and violin. By H. Bollman 

Daisy Waltz. Arranged by H. Bollman 

New Aurora Waltz. Arranged by H. Bollman 

Our Country. By F. W. Henzel.. 

Quintinett. Guitar. By J. A. Eiler 

Isabel. Song. Words by F. M. Spotswood ; music by 

Chas. D. Blake. 
Ideal Waltz. By J. H. Whitman 

Loin de Bal. Arranged by C. D. Blake 

Bells of May. By L. O. Williams 

Parlor Primer March. By C. D. Blake 

Galop. ByC. D. Blake 

Mother's Gone to Join the Angels. Song by Mrs. D. G. 

Rosenfield. 

De Land Polka. By L. B. Hargreaves 

Are the Church Bells Chime. Song. Words by N. 

Atkins ; music by F. McGlennon. 

The Music of Thy Name. Song. By C. Bingham... 

Whisper and I Shall Hear. Song. Words by G. H. 

Newcombe ; music by M. Piccolomini. 

Amelia Glover. Skirt Dance. By W. Crosby 

But Oh! What a Difference! Arranged by B. M. 

Davison. 

Meadow Brook. Reverie. By L. Bragdon 

Evelyn Gavotte Caprice. By L. Bragdon 

The World Is My Love. By H. P. Webber 

Silver Steel. Polka. By N. J. Burned 

Sonata Da Camera. Organ. By A. L. Pease 

Hark! What Mean Those Holy Voices? Arranged by 
Geo. B. Nevin. 

A Tiny White Rose. Arranged by Philip Greely 

The Maiden I Love. Song. By Eva A. Pond. Op. 1st 

Fleeting Vision, in B flat. " Hereodiade. " By J. Mas- 
senet ; English version by M. J. Barnett. 

Adrift. Lainueto, in B flat minor. By A. Flegier ; 
English version by M. J. Barnett. 

I Love Her. Song. Mezzo-soprano or tenor, in E flat. 
By A. Flegier ; English version by M. J. Barnett. 

The Muleteer of Tarragona. Baritone or bass, in F minor. 
By Paul Henriou ; English version by M. J. Barnett. 

My Queen. Mezzo-soprano or baritone, in D flat. By 
J. Brahms ; English version by M. J. Barnett. 

Riccio's Last Song. Tenor or soprano, in A flat. By 
J. Raff ; English version by M. J. Barnett. 

Mexican Waltz. (Over the Waves.) Band. By J. 
Rosas. 

Life on the Congo. Schottische. Band. By E. C. 
Ramsdell. 



Proprietors. 


Frank Tousey, New York. 


Do. 


Bollman Bros. , St. Louis. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


F. W. Henzel. 


J. A. Eiler. 


Fred. M. Spotswood, 

Lexington, Ky. 
Chas. D. Blake & Co., 


Boston. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Mrs. D. G. Rosenfield. 


Lydia B. Hargreaves. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 


Do. 


Do. 


W. Crosby, Detroit. 
White-Smith Music Pub- 


lishing Co., Boston. 


Do. 


Do. 


J. F. Bean, Augusta, Me. 
Fisk, Knunn & Co. , 


Williamsport, Pa. 
Novello Ewer & Co. , 


London and New York. 


Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 


Do. 


R. A. Kennison, 


Pawtucket, R. I. 


Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


E. C. Ramsdell, Boston. 


Do. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



March. "Angelica." Band. By E. B. Hall 

Spanish Waltz. "Senorita." Band. By E. C. Ramsdell 

Jupiter Waltz. Band. By E. S. Parmenter 

March. " Boston Culture. " Band. By E. C. Eamsdell 
Overture. ' ' Fame and Fortune. ' ' Band. By E. C. 

Ramsdell. 
Galop. " Chain Lightning. " Band. By E. S. Parmenter 

Carmencita Polka. Cornet. By E. C. Ramsdell 

Nunc Dimittis. By Charles Abercrombie 

No Matter What Others May Say. Trio. Words by 
J. C. Goodwin ; music by W. Morse. 

Mary ! Mary ! Why so Contrary? Words by J. C. Good- 
win ; music by W. Morse. 

If You Love Me as I Love You? Duet. Words by J. 
C. Goodwin ; music by W. Morse. 

The Eminent Regent Wang. Words by J. C. Goodwin ; 
music by W. Morse. 

I'll Keep these Letters for Her Sake. Words by Julian 
Holmes ; music by P. Dresser. 

Molly O! Song. By W. J. Scanlan 

In Friendship's Name. Romanza. By Chas. Graham. . . 

Wang March. Piano. By W. Morse 

Siamese Wedding March. Piano. By W. Morse 

Fancies. Song. By R. M. Stultz 

Welcome, Boys in Blue. By J. L. Feeney 

Gem March. Band. By J. H. Feehrer 

Parnell's Funeral March. By Platon Brounoff 

Beside My Mother's Knee. Song. W T ords by Edward 

A. Niom ; music by T. C. Umsted. 
The Isle of the Long Ago. Words by B. F. Taylor ; 

music by W. W. Robertson. 
Concert Etude. By Stephen Heller. Edited by H. G. 

Tucker. 

La Polka Castiliana. By Louis H. Hartter 

Public School Grand March. By C. F. Green , 

Little Arbutus Polka. By C. F. Green 

Crush Not the Fond Heart. Words by J. F. Bean ; 

music by A. S. Josselyn. 
Cavatina, from Maritana. Duet, cornet and baritone. 

By Wallace. 
Sleep on, Oh Comrades, in Your Graves. Quartette, male 

voices. Words by C. E. Morris ; music by A. L. Stough. 
Blue Eyes and Golden Hair. Words by Miah Blake ; 

music by Louis Blake. 
Annie Laurie, with variations. By Mrs. Jennie B. Perry., 
The Trocadero Dance. By J. C. Cameron ; music by N. 

E. Slocum. 
The Skylark. Duet, soprano and tenor. Words by Jas. 

Hogg ; music by J. I. Taylor. 
Lullaby from " Jocelyn. ' ' Soprano or tenor, in F. By B. 

Godard ; English version by M. J. Barnett. 
Close Your Eyes, Baby. Lullaby. By H. A. Burr 

Close Those Tired Eyes. By G. H. Kline 

3 T E 



E. C. Ramsdell, Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Chas. Abercrombie, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


J. V. Stultz. 


J. L. Feeney & Co. , 

Washington, D. C. 
Fisk, Krimm & Co., 


Williamsport, Pa 
National Music Company, 

Chicago. 
R. A. Spaulding, 

Wilkes Barre, Pa. 


Miles & Thompson, Boston. 


Do. 


L. H. Hartter, Baltimore. 


C. F. Green. 


Do. 


Bean & Josselyn, 

Providence, R. I. 


W. H. Cundy, Boston. 


A. L. Stough, Toledo, Ohio. 


Philip Werlein, 

New Orleans. 


C. H. Edwards, Dallas, Tex. 
J. C. Cameron, Chicago. 



Echo Music Company, 

La Fayette, Ind. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
John F. Ellis & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
Gardner & Kline, New York. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



L'Hiver. Song. French words by La Courtesu de L. ; 
English words by W. M. Hardinge ; music by F. A. Post. 

The Widow Nolan. By John Leonard 

Selections from "Laknee." Arranged by Wm. Stabbe.. 

La Perle de Madrid. By A. Lamotte. Op. 894 

Berkeley Landers. By J. B. Goe 

Fantasia Originale. Baritone or B b cornet. Carnand. 
Arranged by M. C. Meyrelles. 

Treasures of the Ball Eoom. Violin and piano. By 
Paul De Ville. 

Prelude and Siciliana. By P. Mascagni ; arranged by 
Theo. Morse. 

Intermezzo Sinfonico. By P. Mascagni ; arranged by 
Theo. Morse. 

Galop, "The Old Stage Coach." Cornet, B b . By 
Stocks— De Ville. 

Pizzicato Polka. Cornet, B b 

Darling Soul. Cornet, B b . Jos. Kessels ; arranged by 
F. H. Greissinger. 

A Morning Greeting. Cornet, B b . O. Drache ; ar- 
ranged by F. H. Greissinger. 

Queen of Harmony. Cornet, B b . W. J. Allen ; ar- 
ranged by Paul De Ville. 

The Drum Major's Daughter. Offenbach ; arranged by 
Arban. 

Story of the Ould Countree. By W. F. Scanlan 



Proprietors. 



The Defiance March 

Westhoff. 
Cycle Club March. Band 



Piano and organ. By F. W. 
By T. P. Brooke. Op. 107. 



Airy Gavotte. Guitar. By D. Mansfield 

Our Country's Pride. Song. By W. N. Manning. 



Broken Hearts May Live Again. Song. By Lula B 

Mequiar. 
Two Years Old. Words by Jessie Villars ; music by W. 

Pegg. 

Patience. Violin solo. Arranged by H. Carmer 

O, Thou Art Like a Floweret. By F. G. Gleason. Op. 

5, No. 2. 
Bright Are the Stars, Love. By T. G. Gleason. Op. 5, 

No. 1. 

The Ripple. Piano. By Nellie B. Skelton 

A Silent Maiden. Song. By I. P. Ashdown 



Words by N. Atkins ; music by F. Mc- 
Words by L. Lennox ; music by 



Dream Voices 

Glennon. 
The Sirens of the Sea. 

E. Forman. 

Festival Te Deum. By Wm. Reed. Op. 25 

Deus Misereatur, in F. By Wm. Reed. Op. 26 

Praise the Lord. Anthem, in E. By H. W. Porter 
In Native Worth. By E. St. Ange 



Ha-Sel-Mahz Waltes. By S. R. Haasler 

Ramez, Chantez. By J. B. Werkerling. Translated by 
Anna von Ridingsvaird. 



B. Mocatta & Co. , 

London, England. 
Frank Harding, New York. 
F. H. Griffith & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Carl Fischer, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
The Home Music Company, 
Logansport, Ind. 
Fiske, Krimm & Co., 

Williamsport, Pa. 
D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 
W. N. Manning, 

Rockport, Mass. 
Henry C. Blackman, 

New Orleans. 
S. T. Gordon & Son, 

New York. 
Do. 
Clayton F. Summy, 

Chicago. 
Do. 

Do. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
Do. 

.Do. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Do. 
Emma Pitt, Baltimore. 

J. & J. Hopkinson, 

London, England. 
Miles & Thompson, Boston. 

Do. 



19 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pkopkietoks. 



Columbian Grand March. By Ernest Forsdick 

Home and Mother. Song. By Grace E. Croniu 

The Merrie Musicians. Words by E. Oxenford ; music 

by O. King. Op. 74, No. 1. 
Jenny's Wooing. Words by F. E. Weatherby ; music by 

Lovett King. 

Danse Skyrienne. By C. E. Baughn 

Baby's Threads of Gold. Words by H. C. Goodrich ; 

music by Gottschalk. 
The Picture that is Turned Toward the Wall. Arranged 

by G. M. Kosenberg. 

Once More, Dear Heart. By Theo. H. Northrup 

The Coming of the King. Words by Thos. C. Roney ; 

music by H. B. Roney. 
He Never Came Back. Arranged by L. O. De Witt 

The Gathering of the Clans. Fantasia. By H. F. 

Hamiker. 

Troubadour Schottische. By Edwin C. Shearer 

O ! for the Wings of a Dove. Arranged by E. St. Ange.. 

Ave Maria. Cherubim. Arranged by E. St. Ange 

If with all Your Hearts. Mendelssohn. Arranged by 

E. St Ange. 

Pieta Signore. Arranged by E. St. Ange 

O Rest in the Lord. Mendelssohn. Arranged by E. St. 

Ange. 
Mephisto's Revels. Galop. 2 banjos. By V. W. Smith. 
Mephisto's Revels. Galop. Mandolin and guitar. By 

V. W. Smith. 
Mephisto's Revels. Galop. Piano. By V. W. Smith.... 
Mephisto's Revels. Galop. Banjeaurine. By V. W. 

Smith. 
Mephisto's Revels. Galop. Piccolo and banjo. By V. 

W. Smith. 
Beaux yeux que J'Aime ! Soprano. Poesie de Th. 

Maquit ; Musique de J. Massenet. 
Les Trois Oiseaux. Duo pour Voix de Femmes. Poesie 

de F. Coppee ; Musique de Leo. Delibes. 
Regarde — Toi ! Poesie de E. J. Catilain ; music de G. 

Faure. 
Jack of the Ninth Brigade. Song. By Henry J. Sayers. 

He Comes 

Unto Us 

O Zion Awake 

Peaceful the World 

Behold the Dayspring 

Bethlehem Star 

Room for the Lord's Anointed. Robert Lowry 

Murmuring Winds. Robert Lowry 

What a Wondrous Night. B. C. Unseld 

The Angel's Tidings. H. P. Danks 

Bethlehem Fair. Robert Lowry , 

Away in a Manger. Hubert P. Main- 

'Tis the Merry Christmas Day. Geo. F. Bristow 



E. Forsdick, Memphis, Tenn. 
Grace E. Cronin, 

Terre Haute. 
J. & J. Hopkinson, London. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. L. A. Brodersen, Chicago. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Henry B. Roney, Chicago. 

J. Chas. Grasmuk, 

New York. 
Robert Cocks & Co. , 

London, England. 
Ilsen & Co., Cincinnati. 

J. & J. Hopkinson, London. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

E. H. Miller, Troy, N. Y. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Hengel & Cie, Paris, France. 

Do. 

Do. 

Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 
Robert Lowry, 

Plainfield, N. J. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Biglow & Main Company, 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



20 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pkoprietoks. 



Merry Christmas Times . Fred. Schilling 

Merry Christmas to All. W. H. Doane ~... 

Beautiful Christmas Morn. Hubert P. Main 

The Boys in Blue are Growing Gray 

MAPS. 

Baker City, Oreg. August, 1891 

Vest Pocket Map of Boston. 1891 

Gonzales, Tex. September, 1891 

Pottstown, Pa. August, 1861 

Franklinville, N. Y. September, 1891 

Greenwich, N. Y. September, 1891 

Delaware City, Del. September, 1891 

Hammonton, N. J. September, 1891 

Covington, Tenn. September, 1891 

New Braunfels, Tex. September, 1891 

Walnut Creek, Cal. September, 1891 

Schaghticoke, N. Y. August, 1891 

Cattaraugus, N. Y. September, 1891 

Camden, N. Y. August, 1891 

Coatesville, Pa. August, 1891 

Mohawk, N. Y. August, 1891 

Shamokin, Pa. August, 1891 

Johnstown, Pa. August, 1891 

Ironwood, Mich. August, 1891 

Anoka, Minn. August, 1891 

The Findlay, Ft. Wayne and Western Eailroad and Con- 
nections. 

New Eeversible Political Map and United States Map 
Combined. 



Biglow & Main Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
J. E. Rankin, 

Washington, D. C. 



C. M. Foster, 

Baker City, Oreg. 
J. W. Boughton, 

Philadelphia. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, L't'd, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Ho. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Leo. Von Rosenberg, 

New York. 
F. T. Neely. 



CHARTS. 



The Rivals 

Consolidated Railroad Time Table 

The Monarch System of Dress Cutting 

Good for All Time 

Perpetual Calendar 

ENGRAVINGS. 

Pi Gamma Delta 

Winter Cloaks.. 



Philip A. Snelbaker, 

Philadelphia. 
Edward A. Jones, Boston. 
J. R. Oxford, 

Excelsior Springs, Mo. 
H. Browning Taylor, 

Le Raysville, Pa. 
Jasper Goody Koontz. 



Helen R. Lockwood, 

Yonkers, N. Y. 
D. G. Gunther's Sons, 

New York. 



21 



ENGRAVINGS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Autumn Furs.. 

Winter Furs 

The Storm. Etched by Buncet-Debaines after Corot 

Wright, the Sandwich Man , 

Jersey Road. Etched by Arthur Hoeber 

Just for Fun 

The Backus Water Motor Company 



D. G. Gunther's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Boussod-Valladon & Co. , 

New York. 
F. P. Shanley, New Haven. 
Sanchez & Miller, 

New York. 

E. C. Pratt, Aurora, 111. 
Backus Water Motor Com- 
pany, Newark. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



No. 2. Rita 

No. 3. Rita 

No. 1, of Elsie Leslie 

Dora Leslie. No. 1 

Dora Leslie. No. 2..... 

Hattie Harvey. No. 1 

Hattie Harvey. No. 2 

Hattie Harvey. No. 3 

No. 4, of Marie Tempest 

No. 5, of Marie Tempest 

No. 8, of Marie Tempest 

No. 11, of Marie Tempest 

No. 14, of Marie Tempest 

No. 15, of Marie Tempest 

No. 16, of Marie Tempest 

No. 17, of Marie Tempest. 

No. 18, of Marie Tempest 

No. 19, of Marie Tempest 

John Wilkes Booth 

Atlantic City's Crowded Beach 

Summer Sports. Atlantic City 

Sunday Morning on the Board Walk 

Life in the Ocean Wave 

A Delightful Surf. 

We Love to Bathe in the Ocean Wave .... 
Henry A. Meyer 

1011 

1027 

Profile in Sky, Arch, and Shrubbery 

N. Y. C. and H. R. R. R. Limited No. 1. 

Cyrus and Samantha at the County Fair 
A Sleigh Ride, after H. N. Hyneman 

The Florentine Girl, after E. Saporetti... 
Bitter News 



B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Crutchfield&Co., 

Richmond, Va. 
J. F. Jarvis, 

Washington, D. C. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Alva Pearsall, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Chas. F. Lummies, 

Isleta, N. Mex. 

Do. 
W. H. Maxwell, Cincinnati. 
Arthur P. Yates, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Do. 
Sanchez & Miller, 

New York. 
D. B. Butler, New York. 
J. E. & A. J. Rosch, 

St. Louis. 



22 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



5 o'clock Tea. 



A Bite 

Sunday Morn. 
Mercy... 



J. E. & A. J. Rosch, 

St. Louis. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. C. Sounville. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Sheboygan Boot and Shoe Company. 

Mellin's Food. Our Baby 

Statue. Garfield Memorial 



Sheboygan Boot and Shoe 
Co., Sheboygan, Wis. 
Doliber-Goodale Company, 
Boston. 
A. N. Stowell, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



CHROMO. 



Apple Dumplings 



The Knapp Lithograph Co. , 
New York. 



PRINT. 



Contrast Card No. 20. 



Franklin Stationery Manu- 
facturing and Uncle Ben 
Pub. Co., New York. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. W. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON. 



UNDER 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW. 



FROM 



October 26 to October 31, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has 
been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Charles Stewart Parnell. By Wm. De Vere. 



Careful Living 
Cearto 



The Psychoscope. By R. W. Garner. 

An Arkansaw Mule 

Fie, Mr. Fassett 

A Fight for a Child. By Jules Verne. 



Brannigan' s Sunday Jag. By Nat A schner 

Shepard's Adhesive Annotations. (Georgia Decisions) 

Bill Nye and Sardou. By Bill Nye 

The New Mexico Savings Bank and Trust Company 



The League of Peace. Paris, October 22, 1891. 



Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 22, 1891 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 23, 1891 

Lucky American Pork. Paris, October 23, 1891 

London in Its Autumn Garb. London, October 24, 1891 

London Stock Exchange. London, October 24, 1891 

Irish Hostile Parties. London, October 24, 1891 

Sale of M. Ephrussi's Stud. Paris, October 24, 1891 

Good-by Coaching. Paris, October 24, 1891 

Copyright Troubles. Paris, October 24, 1891 

France and the Fair. Paris, October 24, 1 881 

France Will Remain on the Defensive. Paris, October 
24, 1891. 

Death of a Comedian. Paris, October 25, 1891 

Humbert Said "Peace." Paris, October 27, 1891 

Ravages of the Storm. Paris, October 27, 1891 , 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 27, 1891 , 

Forger Coming Back. London, October 27, 1891. 

Tarifa Ilustrada De Precios. De Herman Kohlbusch 



How to Vote. 



Foster's Weather Forecasts. October 30, 1891 

The United States Credit System Company 

Pocket Medical Formulary 

The Programme of Christianity. By Henry Drummond. 

Holly Berries. By Geo. M. Vickers and Adam Geibel . . 

Ben-Hur, in Dramatic Tableaux and Pantomime. Ar- 
ranged by the author for Clark & Co. 
The Bicycle Bible Lessons 



(3) 



William De Vere, 

New York. 
Scott & Bowne, New York. 
Cearto Company, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
R. W. Garner, 

Warrenton, Va. 
South Bend Iron Works, 

South Bend. 
Wm. J. Fowler, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Authors' Alliance, 

New York. 
Nat Aschner. 

Frank Shepard, Chicago. 
Edgar W. Nye, New York. 
Franklin Stationery Manu- 
facturing and Uncle Ben 
Pub. Co., New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Herman Kohlbusch, 

New York. 
H. O. Cummings, 

Sycamore, 111. 
W. T. Foster, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 
United States Credit Sys- 
tem Co., Newark, N. J. 
W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
Henry Drummond, 

London, Eng. 
Frank L. Armstrong, 

Philadelphia. 
Lew Wallace, 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 
J. D. Templeton, 

Bloomington, 111. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



(X 



Statutes and Codes of the State of Washington. Vol. 2. 

By Win. L. Hill. 
Winsted and Torrington Directory. Vol. 6. For 1891-'92.. 

Norwalk Directory. For 1891-'92 

The Builders of the Commonwealth. By Hubert H. 

Bancroft. 
United States Supreme Court Reports. Nos. 4-5. Vol. 

141. 
Elizabethan Songs in Honor of Love and Beauty/ 

Altoona City Directory and Year Book. 1891-' 92 



Glens Falls, Sandy Hill, and Ft. Edward Directory for 

1891-'92. Vol. 5. 
The Smugglers of Chestnut. By Clarence B. Burleigh . . 



The Preacher and His Models. By James Stalker. 
Nature and Man in America. By N. S. Shaler 



The Incarnation of the Son of God. By Charles Gore.. . . 

Lyra Heroica. By Wm. E. Henley 

Essays on English Literature. By Edmond Scherer ; 

translated by Geo. Saintsbury. 
One Book System of Practical Book Keeping 



Proprietors. 



Michigan Reports. Vol. 85. Wm. D. Fuller, Reporter... 
The Evolution of Art. By Jno. A. Taylor 



The Evolution of Architecture. By Jno. W. Chadwiek .. 
Highest References. By Florence Warden 



Test Problems in Arithmetic. . 



Bible Lessons for the Christian Year. ' Primary grade. 
By W. Gwynne. 

Bible Lessons for the Christian Year. Junior grade. 
By W. Gwynne. 

Bible Lessons for the Christian Year. Senior grade. 
By W. Gwynne. 

Laboratory Manual of Chemistry. By James E. Arm- 
strong and James H. Norton. 

Gray's Prescriptionist. By H. C. Gray 

The Shield of Love. By B. L. Farjeon 



The Philosophy of Locke. By John E. Russell. 
Idle Verses Idly Writ. By Frank Chaffee 



The Highland Nurse. By the Duke of Argyll. 



Adventures of John Pas-Plus. By the Marquis of Lome. 

The Fate of Sister Jessica. By F. W. Robinson 

A Pinch of Experience. By L. B. Walford 

Esther Vanhomrigh. By Margaret L. Woods 

Metoposcopia et Chiromantia 

Giovanni and the Other. Parts 1, 2. By Frances Hodg- 
son Burnett. 



William L. Hill, 

Washington. 
The Price & Lee Company, 
New Haven, Conn. 
Do. 
H. B. Bancroft, 

San Francisco. 
Lawyers' Cooperative Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 
Edmund H. Granett, 

Winchester, Mass. 
Chas. B. Clark, Altoona, Pa. 

Wm. H. Kirwin, 

Glens Falls, N. Y. 
C. B. Burleigh, 

Augusta, Me. 

A. C. Armstrong & Son, 

New York. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

B. T. Lewzarder, 

Milwaukee. 
Daniel E. Soper, 

Secretary of State. 
The Brooklyn Ethical As- 
sociation, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Do. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
American Book Company. 

New York. 
Jas. Pott & Co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

American Book Company, 

New York. 
Gray & Brvan, Chicago. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New^Tork. 
Do. 
George M. Allen & Co. , 

New York. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Max Eichler, Chicago. 
Frances H. Burnett, 

Washington, D. C. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



TallJaue 

What are Dreams. By Win. A. Hammond 

The Story of Alexander's Campaigns. By Theodore A. 
Dodge. 

Old Days at West Point. By Chas. King 

Captain King at West Point. By Chas. King 

Animal Drawing for Children. By Caroline H. Rimmer 

The South Seas. Chapters 56,57.. 

Preparing to Read. By Mary A. Spear 

Was Abraham Lincoln a Spiritualist ? By Nettie C. May- 

nard. 
Thrown upon Her Own Resources. By Mrs. J. C. Croly 

A Pagan of the Alleghanies. By Marah E. Ryan 

The Burning of Rome. By Alfred Church 

Right Worthy Grand Lodge Digest. Fifth edition 

Out of the Heart. By Jno. W. Chad wick 

Real Estate Chart. October 25-30, 1891 

Employment Guide. October 25-30, 1891 

Farm Directory. October 25-30, 1891 

Rooms for Rent. October 25-30, 1891 , 

Boarders Wanted. October 25-30, 1891 

Hotel Directory. October 25-3( >, 1891 

How to Play Football. By A. Alonzo Stagg 

How a Boy Outwitted John A. Murrell. By Maurice 

Thompson. 
Demarest's Flushing-rim, Wash-out Watercloset Range... 

Liability of Railways for Personal Injuries to Employes. 

By A. J. Penn. 
The Cooperative Folder. Showing the Fallacy of Society 

Certificates as Compared with Regular Life Insurance. 

Third edition. 
The Indiana Leaflet. No. 1 . The Death of the Flowers. 

The Indiana Leaflet. No. 2. Thanatopsis 

Parlor Football 

Dictionary of Religious Knowledge. By Samuel M. 

Jackson. Second edition. 
Diseases of Women. Sixth edition. By T. G. Thomas 

and P. F. Mundle. 
The Concordance Repertory of Materia Medica. By 

William D. Gentry. Vol. 3. 
The Tar and the Tartar. By Harry B. Smith and Adam 

Itzel, jr. 
Gospel Sermons. By T. W. Brents 

Cotton Movement and Fluctuations 

The New Rector. Part 5, chaps. 18-21. By Stanley J. 

Weyman. 
Warren Haviland. By Annie Ashmore 



S. S. McChire, 
Do. 
Do 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

England 



New York. 



New England Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

N. C. Maynard, 

White Plains, N. Y. 
Thomas Y. Crowe! 1 & Co., 

New York. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Macmillan &Co., 

London and New York. 
William P. Roberts, 

Minneapolis. 
Nims & Knight, 

Troy, N. Y. 
The Record Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

J. L. Mott Iron Works, 

New York. 
Geo. H. Smith & Co., 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
W. E. Thompson, 

Milwaukee. 

B. F. Wessler, 

Richmond, Ind. 
Do. 
McLoughlin Bros., 

New York. 
Christian Literature Co., 

New York. 
Lea Brothers & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
W. D. Gentry, Chicago. 

Hitchcock & McCargo Pub. 

Co., New York. 

Gospel Advocate Pub. Co. , 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Latham, Alexander & Co., 

New Y^ork. 
United States Book Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



His Angel. By Henry Herman. 



Sister Philomene. By E. and J. De Goncourt 

The Tragedy of the Rue de la Paix. By Adolphe Belot. 
Supplies for the Order of the Eastern Stars. List No. 15. 



Masonic Lodge Supplies. List No. 36. 

Manflight. By James Means.. 

Household Furniture Inventory Book. . 



The Gate to Csesar. By Wm. 
Hints on Teaching Reading. 
The Physician's Visiting List. 



C. Collar 

By M. Mitchell. 
For 1892 



Y. P. S. C. E. Temperance Exercises. No. 1. By Rose 
G. Webster. 

Y. P. S. C. E. Missionary Exercises. No. 1. By Cather- 
ine R. Williams. 

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 743 



Beadle's Dime Library. No. 678 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 30 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 406 

Honor's Wealth. Chapters 1-4. By Fannie E. Newberry. 
In the Olden Time. Chapters 7 and 8. By Mrs. H. G. 

Rowe. 
Agnes Graydon. By W. Thompson 



By 



From June Till February. By M. Granger 

Critical Review of Efficiency Tests of Coals. 3 

William Kent. 

Good Buying. By Fred Macy 

The Exile. Chapter 14. By Forrest Crissey 

The New Harry and Lucy. Chapter 20. By Edw. E 

Hale and Lucretia P. Hale. 
Yorkie Wier. Chapter 17. By L. C. Rogers 



Yesterday in London. London, October 25, 1891 

Latest News from Europe. London, October 25, 1891. 

Csesar' s Column. October 25-31, 1891 

Her Father's Victim. By Thos. P. Montfort 



Reminiscences. Chapters 19-21. By A. J. Reed 

Spaul ding's Commercial College. Twenty-sixth Annual 

Catalogue. 
Empire Agricultural Works 



Endowment Bond Insurance. 
Indapo 



Daily Report and Expense Account.. 



Bookkeeper's Detector 

Journal of a Scientist to the Planet Mars. Chapter 1 
Electric System of Penmanship. No. 2 



Proprietors. 



Ward, Lock, Bowden & Co., 

New York. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
TheM. C. Lilley Co., 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Do. 
James Means, Boston. 

Herbert & Co., 

Galveston, Tex. 
W. C. Collar, Boston. 

M. Mitchell, Boston. 

P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
United Society of Christian 
Endeavor, Boston. 

Do. 

Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
F. E. Newberry, Elgin, III. 
Thos. H. B. Pierce, 

Dexter, Me. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Company, Chicago. 

Do. 
The Scientific Publishing 
Company, New York. 
David Williams. 
Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 
The Commonwealth Pub- 
lishing Co. , Boston. 
L. C. Rogers, 

Capioma, Kans. 

Press Publishing Company 

(N.Y. World), New York. 

The Sun Print, and Pub. 

Association, New York. 

Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 

A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 

Company, Chicago. 

J. S. Ross, Eldorado, Iowa. 

J. F. Spaulding, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Minard Harden, 

Cobleskill, N. Y. 
J. Thompson Paterson. 
Oriental Medical Company, 
Chicago. 
D. L. Wertheimer, 

New York. 
Percy B. Clarke, Memphis. 
Samuel H. King. 
Electric Publishing Com- 
pany, Keokuk, Iowa. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Hygiene Shoe 

An Indictment. No. 7. London, October 14, 1891 

Russia's Grim Outlook. London, October 24, 1891 

Drill Regulations. Infantry 

Detective Library. No. 466 

Wide Awake Library. Nos. 1079, 1080 

Boys' Star Library. No. 229 

Log Cabin Library. No. 136 

The Nugget Library. No. 116 

Nick Carter Library. No. 12 

How the Bud Bloomed 

That Husband of Yours. By Olive T. Miller 

Vocal Gems from Cavalleria Rusticana. By P. Mascagni 
Cavalleria Rusticana. Libretto. English version by 

Nathan H. Dole. 
The Violin Finger Board Illustrated. By N. R. Brown 

The George C. Wood Improved Gravel Road Duplicate.. 

Employers' Liability. By William N. Osgood 

Desire of All Nations. By E. S. Lountz 

Col. Cockerill's Letter.... 

Under the Hudson River 

Harvard Plays to Win 

An Autumn Trousseau 

What Women are Doing 

How They Look To-day 

A Dakota Love Story 

The Ruin of Two Feet 

Wriggling, Kicking, Jumping 

Buying Fall Clothes 

Diet and Authorship 

The Welcome Guest. Musical Collection 

Wonderland of Wisdom. By W. Field 

Lyrics of the Living Church. By C. W. Leffingwell 

The Grandmother. Translated by Frances Gregor 

The Study Class. By A. B. McMahan 

Selected Stories. By OpieRead 

Land of the Lingering Snow. By Frank Bolles 

Broken Barriers. By A. Jones-Foster 

Adventures in the Mines. By T. T. O'Malley 

Hints and Helps on S. S. Lessons for 1892. Bv D. J. & 

J. D. Burrell. 
Social and Present Day Questions. By F. W. Farrar .... 

Syllabus of Thirty Lessons in Chemistry. By S. T. 
Skidmore. 



Proprietors. 



W. S. Armstrong, 

Worcester, Mass. 
New York Times, 

New York. 
Do. 
W. C. & F. P. Church, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 
" Do. 

N. R. Brown, 

Macedonia, Ohio. 
George C. Wood. 
William N. Osgood, Boston. 

E. S. Lountz, Dayton, Ohio. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
M. E. W. Sherwood, 

New York. 
S. T. Gordon & Son, 

New York. 
C. W. Stanton, 

Philadelphia. 
A. C. McClurg & Co., 

Chicago. 
Do. 
Do. 

F. J. Schulte, Chicago. 
Frank Bolles, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
A. Jones-Foster, New York. 
T. T. O'Malley, 

Canton, Ohio 
American Tract Society, 

New York. 
Bradley & Woodruff, 

Boston. 
S. T. Skidmore, 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Sh 



White Cross Library. No. 68. November, 1891 
Laws of the Divine Healing. By J. M. Cochran., 



The Sunday Schools of Lake. 



Bird-dom. By L. S. Keyser 

Songs of the Southland. By S. F. Price. 
The Shoplifter. By Georges Ohnet 



A Cloud of Independent Witnesses. By B. F. Barrett 



Freedmen's Pension Bill 

Testing of Insulated Wires and Cables. By H. L. Webb. 

American Football. By Walter Campfe 



Men of Iron. By H. Pyle 

Harper's Periodicals. History and Growth 

The Antigone of Sophocles. By M. W. Humphries. 

Sharp Eyes. By Wm. H. Gibson 

Tinting the Idea. By A. H. Horting 



Kristens och Kristennas Resa. Af John Bungan 

Vermont Reports. Second edition. Book 16 

Industrial Land Development Company. (Prospectus) . 

Practical Physiological Philosophy. By Jno. C. Notting- 
ham. 

Records of Association of Acting Assistant Surgeons of 
the United States Army. 

Gloria. By Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth 



Rose and Lavender 

A Text-Book in Psychology. Translated by Margaret 
K. Smith. 

Revelations of a Spirit Medium 

Autumn Leaves. Garnered Sheaves. By W. Field 



Dimpled Darlings. By W. Field 

The Hygieina. Vol. 22... 

Sloorick Gesko- Angliky , 

Boston Street Directory , 



Practical Punctuation 

Missouri Reports. Vol. 104. F. M. Brown, Reporter. 
Led Back. By Mrs. M. A. Denison 



Massachusetts Reports. Vol. 153. Part 1. W. V. 

Kellen, Reporter. , 
Short Studies in Literature. By H. W. Mabil 

Eunice Erskine. By Belle V. Chesohn 

An Abstract of Symptoms 



Proprietors. 



F. J. Needham, New York. 
J. M. Cochran, 

Honey Grove, Tex. 
T. H. Ball, 

Crown Point, Ind. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 

Do. 
Liberty Book Company, 

New York. 
The Swedenborg Publishing 
Association, Philadelphia. 
W. R. Vaughn, Chicago. 
D. Van Nostrand Company, 
New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. H. Horting, 

Philadelphia. 
Jno. C. Winston, 

Philadelphia. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Industrial Land Develop- 
ment Co., New York. 
Jno. C. Nottingham, 

Bay City, Wis. 
Salem Press Pub. and Print. 
Co., Salem, Mass. 

Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Farrington & Co. , St. Paul. 
S. J. Bell & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
H. W. Libbey, Boston. 

Charles Jonas, Racine, Wis. 
Sampson, Murdock & Co. , 

Boston. 
James F. Willis, 

Philadelphia. 

E. W. Stephens, 

Columbia, Mo. 
American Baptist Pub. So- 
ciety, Philadelphia. 
Little, Brown & Co., 

Boston. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
American Baptist Pub. So- 
ciety, Philadelphia. 
Reed & Carnrick, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



India Rubber; Its Manufacture and Use 

How to Make Rubber Stamps for Profit 

Catalogue of Musical Instruments, Strings, etc , 

Text Book of Physiology. Part 4. By M. Foster. Sixth 

edition ; revised and enlarged. 
Ohio Corporations. Third edition ; revised and enlarged. 

By A. T. Brewer and G. A. Laubscher. 

The New Womanhood. By J. C. Fernald 

Gain by Loss. By Rose Porter 

The Pansy 

Help lor the Poor Souls in Purgatory. By Jos. Ackerman. 
The Complete Works of Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Vols. 

1 and 2. 

The French Verb. By S. De Vere , 

Christmas Chimes in Prose and Rhymes , 

A Fashionable Marriage. By Mrs. A. Fraser 

The Battle of Gettysburg. By S. A. Drake. . . '. 

The Lady of Cawnpore. By F. Vincent and A. E. 

The Housewife's Club. October 29, 1891 

Poems. By W. E. H. Lecky 

The People's Services. Third series. Pilgrim's Progress. 

Parts 2 and 4. 
The People's Services. Third series. Pilgrim's Progress. 

Parts 5 and 6. 
Penn Mutual Life Insurance Building. Description with 

Illustrations. 
Lawyers' Reports Annotated. Book 13, No. 1 

The Nile by Dahabeeyah. By Osgood Putnam 

The Janitor's Bov. Chapter 15. By Wm. O. Stoddard. .. 

Songs Without Words. No. 66. By W. Smallwood 

How to Compose Music for a Band 

The Everett Piano Calendar 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 407 

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 744 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 679 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 31 

PERIODICALS 

Good Housekeeping. November, 1891 

The American Paper Trade. October 24, 1891 

New York News Letter. November-December, 1891 

Now and Then. November-December, 1891 

The Primary School. October, 1891 

2 T E 



Geo. N. Nissenson, 

New York. 
J. Clark Barton, New York. 
J. Howard Foote, 

New York. 
Macmillan & Co. , London. 

Robert Clarke & Co. , 

Cincinnati. 
D. Lothrop & Co. , Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Benziger Bros., New York. 
Frederick A. Stokes Co., 

New York. 
Wm. R. Jenkins, New York. 
S. J. Bell & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Do. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
The Golden Rule Company, 
Boston. 
Do. 

Penn Mutual Life Insurance 

Company, Philadelphia. 

Lawyers' Cooperative Pub. 

Company, Rochester. 

M. H. De Young, 

San Francisco. 
W. O. Stoddard, New York. 
Enoch & Sons, London. 

John Z. Boomhower, 

Bordentown, N. J. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Clark W. Bryan & Co., 

Springfield, Mass. 

Andrew Geyer, New York. 

New York Life Insurance 

Co., New York. 

J. M. M. Gernerd, 

Muncy, Pa. 
The Teacher Co. , New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Outing. November, 1891 

The Overland Monthly. November, 1891 

Our Little Ones. November, 1891 

The Observer. October, 1891 

The Sunday School Times. October 31, 1891 , 

Van Dora's Magazine. September, 1891 

The New York Nationalist. October 24, 1891, 



Proprietors. 



Word and Works. November, 1891 

Bubier's Popular Electrician. October, 1891 

Magazine of American History. November, 1891 

The Question. October, 1891 

Goldthwaite's Geographical Magazine. November, 1891. 



The Christian Herald. October 28, 1891. 
Saturday Night. November 14, 1891 



Golden Days. November 7, 1891. 
Judge. October 31, 1891 



Judge's Library. November, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. October 31, 1891. 
Electrical Review. October 31, 1891 



Garden and Forest. October 21, 1891 

The Housewife. November, 1891 

American Amateur Photographer. October, 1891. 
Harvard Law Review. October, 1891 



The Circular System. October, 1891 

Texas Historical and Biographical Magazine. Septem- 
ber-November, 1891. 
Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. October 24, 1891.... 



The Central Law Journal. October 23, 1891.. 

The American Naturalist. October, 1891 

The Household Companion. November, 1891. 



Transactions of American Institute of Electrical Engi- 
neers. August-September, 1891. 

The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. October 
24, 1891. 

The Messenger of the Sacred Heart. November, 1891... 

The American Horse Breeder. October 24, 1891 

The Farmers' Review, October 21 ? 1891 



The Outing Co. , Limited, 

New York. 
Overland Monthly Co. , 

San Francisco. 
Russell Publishing Co., 

Boston. 

E. F. Bigelow, 

Portland, Conn. 
Jno. D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 

F. Van Dorn, New York. 
Hugh B. O'Reilly, 

New York. 
Word and Works Publish- 
ing Co. , St. Louis. 
Bubier Publishing Co., 

Lynn, Mass. 
Historical Publishing Co. , 

New York. 
New Era Company, 

Springfield, Ohio. 
The Goldthwaites, 

New York. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
The Judge Publishing Co., 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
Housewife Publishing Co., 
New York. 
American Photograph Pub. 
Co., New York. 
Harvard Law Review Pub. 
Co. , Boston. 
W. W. Felts, Oakland, Cal. 
J. B. Link, Austin, Tex. 

E. &H. T. Anthony & Co., 
New York. 
Central Law Journal Co., 

St. Louis. 
Ferris Brothers, 

Philadelphia. 
Household Companion Pub. 
Co. , Boston. 

American Institute of Elec- 
trical Eng's, New York. 
L. K. Strouse&Co., 

New York. 

R. S. Dewey, Philadelphia. 

George B. Janus, Boston. 

Hannibal H. Chandler & 

Co., Chicago. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The American Architect. October 24 , 1 89 1 

The Arkansaw Traveler. October 31, 1891 

The American Contractor. October 24 , 1 89 1 

Texas Sittings. October 31, 1891 

The American Stock-Keeper. October 24, 1 891 

Golden Hours. October 31, 1891 

The Graphic. October 24, 1891 

The Farm and Home. November 1, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. October 26, 1891 

The Youth's Companion. October 29, 1891 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. October 24, 

1891. 
The Peoria Drug Review. October 19, 1891 

Architecture and Building. October 24, 1891 

Fox's Weekly. November 2, 1891 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. October 26-30, 1891 . 

The Compass. November 1, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. October 24, 1891 

The New England Magazine. November, 1891 

Portraits of Dogs of the Day. October, 1 891 

National Police Gazette. November 7, 1891 

The Great Divide. November 15, 1891 

Illustrated Christian Weekly. October 31 , 1891 

Western Electrician. October 31, 1891 

New York Weekly. November 14, 1891 

Good News. November 14, 1891 , 

The Epicure. October, 1891 

The Yankee Blade. October 31, 1891 

The Electrical World. October 31, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. October 28, 1891 

New York Clipper. October 31, 1891 

The Illustrated Police News. October 31 , 1891 

The Rural New Yorker. October 31 , 1891 

The Jewelers' Circular. October 28, 1891 

The Sporting Life. October 31, 1891 

Table Talk. November, 1891 

Ladies' Health Journal. October, 189 1 

Transactions of American Society of Civil Engineers. 

August, 1891. 
Archives of Pediatrics. November, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Ticknor&Co., Boston. 

Review Printing Co., 

Chicago. 
B. Edwards & Co. , Chicago. 
Texas Sittings Pub. Co., 

New York. 
American Stock-Keeper Pub. 
Co. , Boston. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
The Graphic Co., Chicago. 
The Phelps Pub. Co., 

Springfield, Mass. 
F. T. Low, New York. 

Perry Mason & Co. , Boston. 
W. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Colburn, Birks & Co., 

Peoria, 111. 
W. S. Comstock, New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 
William Cox, New York. 
The Westminster Pub. Co., 
Philadelphia. 
New England Mag. Corp. , 

Boston. 
Allotype Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Great Divide Pub. Co., 

Denver, Colo. 
Illustrated Christian Weekly 
Pub. Co., New York. 

Electrician Pub. Co. , 

Chicago. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
S. S.Pierce & Co., Boston. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 
The W. J. Johnson Co., 
Ltd., New York. 

The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
The Frank Queen Pub. Co. , 
New York. 
Police News Pub. Co. , 

Boston. 

Rural Pub. Co., New York. 

Jewelers' Circular Pub. Co., 

New York. 

Sporting Life Pub. Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Table Talk Pub. Co., 

Philadelphia, 

D.W. Winter, Newark, Ohio. 

American Society of Civil 

Engineers, New York. 

J. B. Lippincott Co. , 

Philadelphia. 



12 



PERIODIC ALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Insurance Survey Reports. Elevators. October, 1891. 
The Century. November, 1891 



St. Nicholas. November, 1891 

Wide Awake.* November, 1891 

The Pansy. November, 1891 *. 

Our Little Men and Women. November, 1891... 

The Story Teller. November, 1891 

Babyland. November, 1891 

California Bankers' Magazine. September, 1891. 



The Ave Maria. October 31, 1891. 



The Boys of New York. November 14, 1891. 

The Golden Weekly. November 12, 1891 

The Banner Weekly. November 14, 1891 

Medical Record. October 31, 1891 



Senter Shotts. October, 1891 

The Housekeeper. November 1, 1891. 



Der Sendbote. November, 1891. 
Chaperone. October, 1891 



Harper's Weekly. October 31, 1891. 



Harper's Bazar. November 14, 1891 

Harper's Young People. October 27, 1891. 
Golden Hours. November 7, 1891 



The Graphic. October 31, 1891 

American Agriculturist. November, 1891. 

The Christian Union. October, 1 891 



Once a Week. November 3, 1891 , 

The American Lady. November, 1891, 



The People's Home Journal. November, 1891. 
The Ladies' World. November, 1891 



The California Illustrated Magazine. October, 1891. 

Current Literature. November, 1891 

Internal Revenue Record. October 26, 1891 

Kate Field's Washington. October 28, 18s»l 

Life's Calendar. November, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. October 31, 1891 '. 

American Exchange and Review. November, 1891... 

Medical News. October 31, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Budget. December, 1891 



Peopeietoes. 



Henry B. Dwight, 

New York. 
The Century Company, 

New York. 
Do. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
J. W. Treadwell, 

San Francisco. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Wm.Wood&Co., 

New York. 
R. R. McCabe&Co., 

Chicago. 
Buckeye Publishing Co., 

Minneapolis. 

Der Sendbote, Cincinnati. 

Aug. Gast Bank Note and 

Litho. Co., St. Louis. 

Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
The Graphic Co., Chicago. 
The Orange Judd Co., 

New York. 
Christian Union Company, 
New York. 
P. F. Collier, New York. 
The American Lady, 

New York. 
F. M. Lupton, New York. 
S. H. Moore & Co., 

New York. 
The Californian Co., 

San Francisco. 
Current Literature Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
W. C. & F. P. Church, 

New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Brooklyn Life, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Review Pub. and Print. Co. , 
Philadelphia. 
Lea Brothers & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Scientific American. October 31, 1891 

Scientific American Supplement. October 31, 1891. 

La America Cientifica. November, 1 89 1 

Forest and Stream. October 29, 1891 

The Author. October 15, 1891 

Home and Farm. November 1, 1891 

Fanciers' Journal. October 31, 1891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. October 28, 1891 

American Machinist. October 29, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. October 29, 1891 

The Argosy. November 7, 1891 

The California Architect. October 20, 1891 

Garden and Forest. October 28, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland. October 28, 1891 — 

The Banner Weekly. November 7, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. October 24, 1891 

The Elite News. October 24, 1891 

The Engineering Record. October 24, 1891 

Yale Law Journal. October, 1891 

The School Journal. October 24, 1891 

Westward Ho! November, 1891 

American Journal of the Medical Sciences. November, 

1891. 
Current Law. Vol. 2, No. 36. October 26, 1891 

The Echo. November, 1891 

The American Field. October 31, 1891 

The New York Ledger. October 31 , 1891 

The New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 15 

The Southern Reporter. Vol. 9, No. 26 

The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 13 

The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 17, No. 6 

The Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 16 

The Federal Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 5 

The Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 16 

The Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 26 

Life. October 29, 1891 

Deutsch-Aniericanische Familien Blatter. October 31, 

1891. 
Scribner's Magazine. November, 1 891 , 



Proprietors. 



Munn & Co., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 

William H. Hills, Boston. 

Home and Farm Pub. Co., 
Louisville, Ky. 

Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 

Jewelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 

American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 

Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
New York. 

Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 

California Architect'l Pub. 
Co., San Francisco. 

Garden and Forest Pub. 
Co., New York. 

Germauia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Beadle & Adams, New York. 

D. Applet on & Co., 

New York. 
Elite News Co., Chicago. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
Yale Law Journal, 

New Haven, Conn. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Westward Ho ! Publishing 
Company, Minneapolis. 
Lea Brothers & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
The Law News Bureau, 

Chicago. 
Echo Music Company, 

La Fayette, Ind. 
American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
West Pub. Co., St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
S. Zickel, New York. 

Chas. Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



Titles. 



Sowing Seeds, or Dinah's Revenge. By T. L. Vought. . 

The Times. A comedy. By A. W. Pinero 

Ben-Hur, in Dramatic Tableaux and Pantomime. Ar- 
ranged by the author for Clark & Co. 
The Rose of Killarney. By Wm. L. Murphy 



Proprietors. 



T. L. Vought, 

Elkton, S. Dak. 
Arthur W. Pinero, 

New York. 
Lew Wallace, 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 
W. L. Murphy, New York. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Marjorie. Skirt Dance. Piano. By Louis Grayle 

A Straight Tip. Galop. Banjo. Arranged by G. W. 

Bemis. 

May. Schottische. By Albert Hartmann 

September. Song. By R. L. J. and A. O. Duncan 

There's None Will Forgive Like Mother. Song. By 

George Cooper and L. C. Wegefarth. 
Sweet Days of Long Ago. Song. By L. C. Wegefarth. .. 
Love's Response and Love's Confession. By R. Gruen- 

wald. Op. 139. 

Rustic Chivalry. Arranged by R. Gruenwald 

Cleveland's Baby Girl. By Chas. M. Ernest ; arranged 

by G. E. Schaller. 
Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana. By P. Mascagni ; 

arranged for string orchestra by John J. Braham. 
Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana. By P. Mascagni ; 

arranged for orchestra by John J. Braham. 

Palma Polka. By C. G. Morgan 

I Know That My Redeemer Lives. Mezzo-soprano or 

tenor in E. By F. L. Morey. 
The Angelus. By Ch. Godard ; revised and fingered by 

Leon Keach. 
Dancing Stars. By Ch. Godard ; revised and fingered 

by Leon Keach. 

Polish Dance. By B. Hamma 

Night Time. Words and music by B. Van de Water. 

(Soprano or tenor in F. ) 
Love's Golden Dream. By Lindsay Lennox ; arranged 

by George B. Nevins. 
Pendant la Valse. By Theodore Lack ; revised and fin- 
gered by Joseph A. Hills. 
Walter's Prize Song. Transcribed by F. Bendel ; revised 

by L. Keach. 
Jesus, Lover of My Soul. Soprano or tenor solo, mixed 

quartette. Words by Charles Wesley ; music by B. 

Tours ; arranged by G. B. Nevins. 
Swiss Fantasia. Orchestra. By F. Gutscher ; arranged 

by Theo. Benedix. 

The Ocean Burial. By George N. Allen 

Who Will Care for Mother Now? Adolph Baumbach.... 

Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still. By Ch. Grobe 

Chant D' Amour. Pour violon et piano. By Otto Pein- 

iger. 



H. M. Brainard, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Walter Stearns, Boston. 

Junius Hart, New Orleans. 
L. C. Wegefarth, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
W. H. Cundy, Boston. 

Do. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 

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George N. Allen. 
Heirs of A. Baumbach. 
Heirs of Ch. Grobe. 
Robert Cocks & Co. , 

London. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Brightest Day of All the Year. By S. C. Clarke and 
Arthur H. Brown. 

The Goslings. Part song for men's voices. By J. Fred- 
erick Bridge. 

Hallelujah! The Light Hath Shined. Anthem. By 
Oliver King. 

Three Lieder Ohne Worte. Piano. By Ricardo Maehllig 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. Key D. By C. War- 
wick Jordan. 

The Little Wife in Port. Male quartette. By Wm. H. 
Rieger. 

Evening. Male quartette. By Wm. H. Rieger 

God of Our Life, to Thee We Call. Male quartette. By 
Wm. H. Rieger. 

A Kiss in the Rain. Male quartette. By Wm. H. Rieger 

Capital Waltz. By Edgar S. Kramer 

Rejoice Greatly. Christmas Anthem. By Caleb Simper 

Wake, Sons of Morn, the King is Drawing Nigh. Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick. 

Our Christmas Tree is Planted. By Wm. J. Kirkpatrick 

The Message of the Bells. By Wm. J. Kirkpatrick 

Thou Art Wonderful. By Wm. J. Kirkpatrick 

Angel Melodies. By John R. Sweeny 

Sweetheart, Good-Bye. Song. By T. J. Smith 

Think of the Loved Ones at Home. Song. By Otto M. 
Heinzmann. 

The Whistling Coon. Song. Banjo. By Sam Devere.. 

The Beat of the Drum. Song. By A. Chapman and E. 
Newton; arranged by H. M. Van Lennep. 

At Sunset. Song. English version by Mrs. G. Feder- 
lein ; music by J. Biedermann. 

Pink of Gentility. Polka mazurka. By M. Carman. .. . 

A Pity to Waste It. Song. Arranged by Geo. Russell., 

The Broken Pitcher. New arrangement by J. C. Burke 

True Love Asks No Return. Song. By Chas. H. Mackey, 

Norrona-Kvad. Kristian Nilsson 

E Pluribus Unnm. Anthem. By F. Wagner 

E Pluribus Unum. March. Piano. By F. Wagner. 
Op. 190. 

O ! Be Joyful in the Lord. Anthem. Tenor and chorus. 
By Cesar Frank : arranged by Richard W. Crowe. 

Christmas Oratorio. Solo and chorus. By C. Saint- 
Saens. 

Tears. Chorus, for men's voices. By J. Witt ; Eng- 
lish version by N. H. Dole. 

Wonderful Jesus. By John R. Sweeny 

Blue Bird Echo Polka. By Mrs. Mary Morrison 

To Our Redeemer's Glorious Name. Soprano and chorus. 
By T. S. Lloyd. 

Contraband Schottische. Violin and piano. By Sep. 
Winner. 

Sing Unto God, Ye Kingdoms of the Earth. By Fred- 
erick Bevan. 

Una Polka. By J. Hartmann. Cornet in A 

Robin Adair. By J. Hartmann. Solo baritone 

The Men of Harlech. By H. Round. Solo baritone 

Latch Key March. By Ch. Pourney ; by permission of 
Frank Tousey. 



Proprietors. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 
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Wm. H. Rieger, New York. 

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E. S. Kramer, Philadelphia. 
Caleb Simper, 

London, England. 
W. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 
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John R. Sweeny. 
T. J. Smith, Chicago. 

Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
H. M. Van Lennep, 

New York. 
Edw. Schuberth&Co., 

New York. 

Frank Tousey, 

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C. H. Mackey, 

S. S. Bjorgvin, 

F. Wagner, 



New York. 



Boston. 

Chicago. 

New York. 



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G. Schirmer, New York. 

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John R. Sweeny. 
M. Morrison. 
T. S. Lloyd. 

Sep. Winner. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 
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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Vienna Swallows March. By L. Schlogel 

Indigo Lancers. By Strauss 

I've Worked Eight Hours This Day. Arranged by L. 

O. de Witt. 
The Sailor's Story Waltz. Arranged by L. O. de Witt ; 

by permission of F. Harding. 

Der Vogelhandler Lancers. By Geo. Wiegand 

Ich bin ein Kind vom Rhein. By Carl Zeller 

The Alpinehorn. By Geo. Wiegand 

Minerva Overture. By Chas. Richards 

Jolly Fellows Waltz. By Rob. Vollstedt 

Der Vogelhandler Selections. By Carl Zeller 

Missa in hon. St. Paulina. By A. Kairns 

International Exhibition Ode. Words by Tennyson ; 

music by John Wiegand. 
Gold and Silver Waltz. By Morgan C. Kennedy 

Echo of the Song. Song. By F. E. Weatherly and Oliver 

King. 
Fairest and Best. Song. By Frank L. Moir and 

Howard Talbot. 
At Dawn of Day. Song. By Jessie Moir and Frank L. 

Moir. 
The Soul's Awakening. Song. By C. M. Haddock and 

G. P. Haddock. 
Forget Me Not. Gavotte. By J. Oberhaeusser 

Moonlight Greeting. Song. By Carl Eckward 

Adelphia Waltz. Two guitars. By Daniel Acker 

Attempt Quickstep. Two guitars. By Daniel Acker.... 

Ermina March. Geo. Williams 

March El Capitan. By Miss Georgie H. Boyden ; ar- 
ranged by Geo. Wiegand. 

The Hatch Key March. By Paulus ; arranged by Geo. 
Wiegand. 

The Famous of the Day. By R. Buechel 

Cronin's Quickstep. By W. S. Mygrants 

White Squadron. By T. V. Short 

Anaconda March. By J. C. Heed 

Jubilee March. By J. C. Heed .-. 

The Gladiator's March. By T. E. King 

Darkies' Patrol. Mandolin. By Geo. L. Lansing 

Lub on de Alabani. Song. By W. A. Webb 

She Gave Grand-Pa the Go-by. Song. By Mrs. F. 

Braden and W. A. Webb. 
Trust and Obey. By J. H. Sammis and R. L. Haslup.. 
Wang. Waltzes. Band. ' Arranged by Boettger 

Wang. Gavotte. Arranged by Boettger 

Carmencita. Waltz. Piano. By Ralph Mazziotta 

Conway Overture. Banjo. By D. Mansfield 

Waiting at the Stile. Song. By G. Campbell and J. B. 
Campbell. Op. 54, No. 8. 

A Lesson from the Birds. Song. By F. Langbridge and 
J. B. Campbell. Op. 54, No. 1. 

Love's Old Story. By Edw. Oxenford and J. B. Camp- 
bell. Op. 54, No. 2. 



Proprietors. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 
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J. Fischer & Bros., 

New York. 
Do. 

Philip Werlein, 

New Orleans, La. 
Boosey & Co., London. 

Do. 

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Jno. Oberhaeusser, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Carl Eckward, Cincinnati. 
Stephen Shepard, 

Paterson, N. J. 
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J. Schott, New York. 

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L. B. Gatcomb&Co., 

Boston. 
W. A. Webb, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Otto Sutro & Co., Baltimore. 
J. Chas. Grasmuk, 

New York. 

Do. 

J. Schott, New York. 

D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 

H. B. Stevens Co. , Boston. 

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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Fantasie D'an Bolero. Violin and piano. By L. F. 
Gottschalk. Op. 18. 

Lamb of God. Mezzo-soprano solo and chorus. By 
Homer A. Norris. 

Papa Went Down Town One Nice Day. By H. W. Burke 
and S. A. Thompson. 

The Evening Star Schottische. Guitar. By D. Mans- 
field. 

Marion Overture. Banjo orchestra. By D. Mansfield. . . 

Country Dance. Chorus, men's voices. By N. S. 
Becker. 

Spring's Return. Chorus, mixed voices. By W. Stade 

Boat Song. Four mixed voices. By F. N. Lohr 

Amaryllis. Four mixed voices. By B. Luard Selby.... 

Rejoice in the Lord Alway. Anthem. By Alfred S. 
Gaul. 

Praise the Lord, O My Soul. Anthem. By Michael 
Watson. 

Unto Thee, O God, Do We Give Thanks. By Michael 
Watson. 

Hear, O Lord. Soprano solo and chorus. By Michael 
Watson. 

If I Go Not Away. By A. J. Caldicott 

O Saving Victim. Solo and chorus. By J. Faure 

Holy Redeemer. Solo and chorus. By J. Faure 

Oh ! Say Thou Wilt Love Me ! Song. By Oh. L. Hess, 

The Restless Galop. Piano. By L. Streabbog 

Maiden of Tyrol. Piano. By L. Streabbog 

Bell-Rondo. Piano. By L. Streabbog 

Lohengrin. Grand fantasie. Piano By Sidney Smith. 

My Treasure. Caprice. Piano. By C. Bohm 

The Gipsies. Air de ballet. Piano. By G. Bachmann. 

The Coquette. Valse. By G. Bachmann 

Spring-time. Valse. By G. Bachmann 

Easter Eggs. Polka. By G. Bachmann 

Hungarian Polka. By G. Bachmann 

Golden Wedding. Mazurka. By G. Bachmann 

Across the Fields. Mazurka. By G. Bachmann 

Twenty-four Short Improvisations in all the Major and 
Minor Keys. By G. Bachmann. 

Intermezzo Surfonico from Cavalleria Rusticana. Tran- 
scribed for violin and piano. By Sam Franco. 

Ave Maria. Mezzo-soprano or baritone. By E. Pezzi. . . 

Tender and True. Song. By Sumner Saltus 

The Skylark. Song. By P. A. Schnecker 

Annie Laurie. Piano. By B. Sidney 

Auld Lang Syne. Piano. By B. Sidney , 

Bonnie Doon. Piano. By B. Sidney 

Mary of Argyle. Piano. By B. Sidney 

Within a Mile of Edinboro'. Piano. By B. Sidney 

Home, Sweet Home. Piano. By B. Sidney 

Romance. Piano. By R. H. Woodman 

Novellette. Piano. By H. W. Parker 

Bacarolle. Piano. By H. W. Parker 

Fairy Tale. Piano. By H. W. Parker 

Rondino. Piano. By H. W. Parker 

Ballad. Piano. By H.W.Parker 

Reverie. Piano. By H. W. Parker 

3 T E 



Proprietors. 



H. B. Stevens Co., Boston. 
Do. 

S. A. Thompson, 

Duluth, Minn. 
D. Mansfield, 

San Francisco. 
Do. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 

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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



I Will Magnify Thee, O, God. Solo and chorus. Ar- 
ranged from the duet of J. Mosenthal. By B. C. Klein. 

Meditation. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

First Loss. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

Evening Song. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

Little Serenade. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

Gipsy Song. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

Cavalleria Eusticana. Selection for piano. By B. C. 

Klein. 

At Twilight. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

Polish Lament. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

May Song. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

I Think of Thee. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

The German Song. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

The Headless Horseman. Piano. By Edgar S. Kelley. 

Confluentia. Piano. By Edgar S. Kelley 

The Flower Seekers. Piano. By Edgar S. Kelley 

Nut-Crackers and Sugar-Tongs. Piano. By Geo. Ingra- 

ham. 

Table and the Chair. Piano. By Geo. Ingraham 

Choral March. Organ. By D. Buck 

The Holy Night. Organ. By D. Buck 

On the Coast. Organ. By D. Buck 

Sunshine and Shadow. By D. Buck 

Blue Bells. Piano. By B. C. Klein 

Bugle Song. Male chorus. By D. Buck 

He Faileth Not. Soprano solo. By F. R. Havergal and 

Jane B. Abbott. 
Alexandra. Polka-mazurka. By Philippe Fahrbach, 

jr. Op. 312. 
Les Ramiers. Polka-mazurka. By P. Fahrbach, jr. 

Op. 311. 

Pschutt. Polka. By P. Fahrbach, j r. Op. 246 

Galop de la Basse-Cour. By P. Fahrbach, jr 

Speak Thy Name into my Heart. Solo and quartette. 

By Jas. H. Wand. 

Cinquieme Mazurk. By Benj. Godard. Op. 127 

If You Love Me, Darling, Tell Me with Your Eyes. 

Schottische. By H. T. Smith ; arranged by Theo. 

Moelling. 
If You Love Me, Darling, etc. Waltz. By H. T. Smith ; 

arranged by Theo. Moelling. 
If You Love Me, Darling, etc. March. By H. T. Smith ; 

arranged by Theo. Moelling. 
If You Love Me, Darling, etc. Cornet and piano. By 

H. T. Smith ; arranged by Theo. Moelling. 
The Burglar. Piano. By Jay Nova 

The Stone Outside Dan Murphy's Door. By J. P. Dane. 

Blush Roses. Soprano or tenor. Wm. Lutan Wood. 
Op. 16, No. 2. 

Ashes of Roses. By W. Lutan Wood. Op. 16, No. 1.... 

To-dav I've Made Sweet Annie Rooney My Wife. By 
Michael Nolan. 

The Skipper's Yarn. Song. By Lennox and C. Kottaun. 

Toccato. Piano. By C. Chammade ; revised and fin- 
gered by L. Oesterle. 

Luckenough Waltz. By Minnie F. McKelvey 

Engerslide Overture. Banjo orchestra. By D. Mans- 
field. 



Peopeietoes. 



G. Schirmer, New York. 

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Chicago Music Company, 

Chicago. 
Hengel & Cie, Paris, France. 

Do. 

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J. O. Von Prochazka, 

New York. 
Benj. Godard. 
Jno. F. Ellis & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 

Do. 

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Lee Ottolengui, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Frank Harding, New York. 
W. H. Rieger. 

Do. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. 
Do. 
Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 
M. F. McKelvey. 
D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Braga's Serenade. Mandolin and piano. By E. P. 

Hodges. 
Afraid. Song. Medium voice. By Sue I. Mc Williams 

Braga's Serenade. Mandolin. By E. P. Hodges 

Hush, My Little One. Lullaby. Mezzo-soprano. By E. 

Bevignani. 

Ivy Leaf. Gavotte. Violin. B} r Wm. Ross 

Ivy Leaf. G-avotte. Piano and violin. By Wm. Ross. 
Uncle Joe's Birthday Party. By Herman Bellsteadt, jr. 
Gigue. Revised and fingered by Geo. Schneider. By 

Hans Harthan. Op. 24, No. 3. 

Coquette Gavotte. Piano. By W. L. Blumenschein 

Jesus, I Live to Thee Song. By Kate O. Leppa 

Spring Blossoms. Schottische. Mandolin and guitar. 

By C. L. Lewis. 

Romanze Santuzza. Arranged by W. A. Fallman 

Musical Cabinet March. By J. C. Cook 

Select Knights Grand March. Zither. By Jos. A. Koch 
May Day Polka. Banjo. By H. E. Le Valley 

Favorite Hornpipe. Two banjos and guitar. By H. E. 
Le Valley. 

Autumn Leaf Mazurka. Two Banjos. By H. E. Le 
Valley. 

Tossed on the Ocean of Life. By Sam'l Murdy and C. 
Stott. 

Little Nell and I. Song and chorus. By J. P. Skelly . . 

The Sweetest Lass in All the Land. By Ida Walker 

Hurrah for Hurray Galop. By Brockway; arranged by 
Warner Beebe. 

Clog Dance Extravaganza, in B flat. By W. A. Barring- 
ton. 

Tiddledy Winks Schottische. Violin. By Gaston 

Cavalleria Rusticana Siciliana. Tenor. By P. Mascagni ; 
English translation by J. A. Eraser, jr. 

Sautuzza's Romanza. Soprano. By P., Mascagni 

Andante Maestoso. Organ. Arranged by W. H. Walter. 

Cherry Waltz. By J. J. Watson 

My Love is True to Me. Song. By Mrs. M. A. Kidder 

Fantasia Musical Meteors. By Bach 

Grand Military Descriptive Fantasia. Going to Camp. 
By Beebe. 



Proprietors. 



The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
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H. S. Gordon, New York. 

Do. 
J. A. Koch, Buffalo, N. Y. 
L. D. Le Valley, 

Providence, R. I. 

Do. 

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Thos. Goggan & Bro. , 

Galveston. 
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H. E. McMillin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
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National Music Co. , Chicago. 

Do. 
W. H. Walter, New York. 
J. J. Watson, New York. 
F. Kluppelberg & Son, 

Hackettstown, N. J. 
H. E. McMillin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
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MAPS. 



Fire Map of Essex County, New Jersey. Vol. 5 j Scarlett & Scarlett, 

Newark, N. J. 
Map of the City, County, Bay, and Island of Galveston. Warren C. Willetts, 

1891. Galveston. 



Donaldsonville, La. August, 1891 



Webb City and Cartersville, Mo. August, 1891 

Ashland, Pa. August, 1891 

West Chester, Pa, August, 1891 



Sanborn-Perris Map Co., 
Limited, New York. 

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Titles. 


PROPRIETORS. 


Salem Va. August, 1891 


Sanborn-Perris Map Co. , 
Limited, New York. 
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Pierce City Mo August, 1891 


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Neosho Mo August, 1891 


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Trenton Tenn September, 1891. 


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Bessemer, Mich. September, 1891 


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Ilion N Y August 1891 


Do. 


Brownsville Tenn. August, 1891 


Do. 


Bedford Pa September, 1891 


Do. 


White Hall, N. Y. September, 1891 

Connellsville Pa September, 1891 


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Marietta Pa August, 1891 


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Martinez Cal. September, 1891 


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Chehalis, Wash. September, 1891 


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The Champion 20 Puzzle 

Winship' s Number Cards 

The Self Teacher 

The Tree of Life 

The Alpha and Omega of the Christian Era 
Buker's Calendar Advertising Chart 



J. M. Jacobs, Lansdale, Pa. 

A. E. Winship. 

E. W. Fairbanks. 

A. C. Hummer, Chicago. 

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Buker Publishing Co., 

Providence, R. I. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



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No. 6060. Drugs and Medicines 

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Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



No. 6107. Dry Goods and Notions 

No. 6108. Furniture, Carpets, etc 

No. 6109. Wagons. 

No. 6110. Breakfast 

No. 6111. Dinner 

No. 6112. Wine List 

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No. 6114. Supper 

No. 6119. Menu 

No. 6120. Printing 

No. 6121. Real Estate and Loan Agents. 

My Lady's Boudoir 's Fair to See 



A Gipsy Encampment. By L. Knaus 



The Morrow of a Festival. 
L'Assomption de la Vierge. 



By L. Knaus.... 
By Amudouch 



La Musique Consolatrice. By Wetthoff. 

The Exiles. By A. and E. Varin 

The Evening Bell. By F. Habelmann. . . 
lone. By William Sartain 



Venus. After original. By Joseph P. Biren. 



Grant Monument, Lincoln Park, Chicago 
James R. Lowell 



A Winter's Day. By P. Mallet. 
The Proposal. T. L. Atkinson. 
It's from Him , 



Worth Its Weight in Gold. 
The Old Depot 



A. Zeese & Co. 

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The Procter and Gamble 
Company, Cincinnati. 
Boussod-Valadon & Co. , 

New York. 
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George Stinson & Co., 

Portland, Me. 
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M. Knoedler & Co., 

New York. 
William Pate & Co., 

New York. 
R. F. Whitson, Chicago. 
G. Kruell, 

East Orange, N. J. 

B. Brooks & Sons, London. 

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M. B. Parkinson, 

New York. 
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George S. Payne, 

Springfield, Mass. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



812 A. Chicago, U. S. N. (small) 

Concord, U. S. N. (large) , 

Boston, U. S. N. (large) 

Newark, U. S. N. (large) 

Mount Tacoma 

213. Libby Prison. Interior. Commandant's Room 

214. Libby Prison. Interior. Chickamauga Room.. 

215. Libby Prison. Interior. Streight's Room 

216. Libby Prison. Interior. The Fireplace 

219. Libby Prison, from S. E 

Libby Prison, from N. W 

Libby Prison, from S. W 

F. 593. Sauce Boat. No. 01000 

2584. Pitcher. No. 01000 

2032 



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Titles. 



Peoprietoes. 



No. 3. Dora Leslie 

Nos. 22 to 33 (inclusive), of Belle Archer 

Nos. 15, 16, and 17, of Nina Farrington 

Nos. 1 and 2, of Katherine Pike 

Nos. 4 and 13. Dora Leslie 

Nos. 1 and 2. Cupid's Confidant 

Thorns 

The Old Lincoln Cabin, near Springfield, Washington 
County, Ky. 

Elsie Leslie. (The Prince and Pauper.) Nos. 1-17, in- 
clusive. 

Commodore Elbridge T. Gerry, S. P. C. C 

Hackney Horse in Action 

Man Riding a Horse Over a Fence 

Lincoln Monument, Lincoln Park, Chicago 

William McKinley, jr. (small) 

William McKinley, jr. (large) 

Grand Chrysanthemum Show and Floral Exhibition 



B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Harrison & Coover, Chicago. 
Miss Garrity, Chicago. 

A. D. Millars, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Napoleon Sarony, 

New York. 
The New York Recorder, 

New York. 
National Horse Show of 
America Association. 
Do. 
R. J. Whitson, Chicago. 

Forbes Litho. Mfg. Co., 
Boston and New York. 
Do. 
The Courier Litho. Com- 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. 



CHROMOS, 



Columbus' First Sight of Land 

Etruria. Umbria 

Isabella 

Cottage by H. C. Jacque 

A Study of Waves and Surf..... 



J. B. Dickerson Company, 
Detroit. 
Jos. P. Knapp Lithographic 
Company, New York. 
Do. 
The Art Interchange Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 



DESIGrNS. 



No. 


30. 


Spurr's Celluloid Scroll and Border Negative 


Arthur H. 


Spurr, 

Creston, Iowa, 


No. 


31. 


Spurr's Celluloid Scroll and Border Negativ..e.... 


Do. 




No. 


32. 


Spurr's Celluloid Scroll and Border Negative 


Do. 




No. 


33. 


Spurr's Celluloid Scroll and Border Negative 


Do. 




No. 


34. 


Spurr's Celluloid Scroll and Border Negative 


Do. 




No. 


35. 


Spurr's Celluloid Scroll and Border Negative 


Do. 




Uo. 


36. 


Spurr's Celluloid Scroll and Border Negative 


Do. 





CUTS. 



The Yellow Ostrich-Plume Chrysanthemum 

Breeder's Certificate 

Prohibition 



H. W. Buckbee. 

L. F. Whitman, Chicago. 

New Era Company. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. IS. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



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OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



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WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Industrial Railways. Catalogue 1891. 
Catholic Home Almanac for 1892 , 



Depositors' Dividend Account 

Recitations for Christmas. No. 2. 



Santa's Surprise. By W. H. Doane 

Perfect Fitting Pantaloons 

Catalogue of the Architectural Exhibitions held October 
28 to November 4, 1891, under direction of Boston So- 
ciety of Architects and Boston Architectural Club. 

Price List of Catalogue " G " 



The Law of Railway Lines. By Wm. C. Anderson 

In the Stranger People's Country. By Chas. Egbert 
Craddoek. 

Pharaohs, Fellahs, and Explorers. By Amelia B. Ed- 
wards. 

Art and Criticism. By Theodore Child 

Evelyn's Career 

Children's Stories in English Literature. By H. C. 
Wright. 

Life of Benjamin H. Brewster. By E. C. Savidge 

Among the Camps. By Thos. Nelson Page 



The Bankside Shakespeare. Vol.15. Edited by Apple- 
ton Morgan. 

History of Police Department of Jersey City 

Death Could Not Part Them 



Systematic Mineralogy. By Thomas S. Hunt. 



A Souvenir of Abraham Lincoln 

The Conservatory Method for the Guitar 

The Redemption of Edward Strahan. By W. J. Dawson. 



Vol. 



By Walter 



Corporations in Pennsylvania. 

Murphy. 
Brightly's Pardon's Digest. Laws of Pennsyh-ania. 

Part 1. By Frank F. Brightly. 
Brightly's Pardon's Digest. Laws of Pennsylvania. 

Part 2. By Frank F. Brightly. 

Missoula City Directory. Vol.1. 1891-'92 

Ashland City Directory. Vol.3. 1891-'92 

Butte City Directory. 1891-'92 

Duluth and Superior Directories. Vol.10. 1891-'92... 

American Lutheran Biographies. By J. C. Jensson 

The Nile by Dahabeeyeh. Nos. 2 and 3. October 18, 

1891. 
The New Harry and Lucy. Chap. 21. By Edward E. 

Hale and Lucretia P. Hale. 
In the Olden Time. Chaps. 9 and 10. By Mrs. H. G. 

Rowe. 

(3) 



Proprietors. 



C. W. Hunt Co., New York. 
Benziger Brothers, 

New York. 
Geo. J. Carney. 
Biglow & Main Co. , 

New York. 
Do. 
E. O. Thompson, New York. 
C. H. Blackall, Boston. 



The J. L. Mott Iron Works, 
New York. 
William C. Anderson, 

Pittsburg. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Chas. Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 

The Shakespeare Society of 

New York, New York. 

A. E. Costello, Jersey City. 

Edward Stapleton, 

San Antonio. 
The Scientific Pub. Co., 

New York. 
Henry C. Whitney, Chicago. 
H. S. Gordon, New York. 
Fleming H. Revell Co., 

New York. 
Rees, Welsh & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Kay & Brother, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

R. L. Polk & Co., St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
J. C. Jensson, Milwaukee. 
M. H. De Young, 

San Francisco. 
The Commonwealth Pub- 
lishing Co. , Boston. 
Thos. H. B. Pierce, 

Dexter, Me. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Propbietoes. 



A Remnant of Lace. Chap. 1 . By Helen Hall 

The Economic Plants of Japan. No. 9. By C. C. 

Georgeson. 
The Hygienic Shoe. Octoher 28, 1891 

Yorkie Wier. Chap. 18. Octoher 29, 1891 

Eeal Estate Chart. Octoher 31-Novemher 6, 1891 

Employment Guide. October 31-Novemher 6, 1891 

Farm Directory. Octoher 31-Novemher 6, 1891 

Rooms for Rent. Octoher 31-Novemher 6, 1 891 

Boarders Wanted. Octoher 31-November 6, 1891 

Hotel Directory. October 31-November 6, 1891 

Critical Review of Efficiency Tests of Coals. No. 4. 

October 31, 1891. 
Latest News from Europe. London, October 31, 1891.... 

Her Father's Victim. Chaps. 12 and 13. By Thos, P. 
Montfort. 

The Exile. Chap. 16. By Forrest Crissey 

The Gem Library. Vol. 1, No. 1 

Our Sixty-Six Sacred Books. By Edwin W. Rice 

Out of Eden. By Dora Russell 

A Ruby Beyond Price. By Sir G. Campbell 

Slender Clue. By L. L. Lynch 

i The Microscope and Histology. Third edition. By 
Simon H. Gage. 

Davis' Poems. By Dudley H. Davis 

The Head of the Firm. By Mrs. J. H. Riddell 

Life of Peter R. Kenrick 

One Thousand Legal Questions Answered. By "The 

Peoples' Lawyer." 
Illustrated Catalogue of Knowles Mining Pumps 

Selected Stories. By Opie Read 

The Year of Miracle. By Fergus Hume 

Great Truths Simply Told. By Geo. L. Weed 

What We See. By Eliza A. Starr 

A Change of Base. By H. L. Reade 

Bowley 's Handy Order Book 

Misjudged. Translated by Mary E. Almy 

Dentists' Combined Account Book and Billhead 

Truman M. Post. A Biography. By T. A. Post 

The Classic and the Beautiful from the Literature of 
Three Thousand Years. In six volumes. Vol. 2. 
Edited by Henry Coppee. 



Walter C. Chiles, 

Philadelphia. 

C. C. Georgeson. 

W. S. Armstrong, 

Worcester, Mass. 
L. C. Rogers, 

Capioma, Kans. 
The Record Publishing 
Company, Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Scientific Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Sun Printing and Pub- 
lishing Ass'n, New York. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Company, Chicago. 
Forrest Crissey, Chicago. 
Chas. D. Sibley & Sons, 

New York. 
American Sunday - School 
Union, Philadelphia. 

United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Minerva Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Laird & Lee, Chicago. 
S. H. Gage, Ithaca, N. Y. 

D. H. Davis. 

United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 

Catholic Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 

Percy A. Brigham, Boston. 

Knowles' Steam Pump 
Works, Boston. 

Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 

United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 

Geo. L. Weed, Philadelphia. 

Eliza A. Starr, Chicago. 

E. Scott, New York. 
C. L. Bowley, Lynn, Mass. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 

F. Gaudin, 

New Orleans, La. 
Congregational S. S. and 
Pub. Society, Boston. 
Carson & Simpson, 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Complete Spanish Course. By Louis Ernst. 

Records of the First Church at Dorchester. 

The Anarchists. By John H. Mackay 

Rudimentary Ethics. By Geo. M. Steele.. 



1636-1734. 



Proprietors. 



World's Literature. By Mary E. Burt 

Thomas' Sacred Music. By J. R. Thomas 

Calendar of the Year. By Austin Dobson 

The Poets' Calendar 

The First Germanic Bible. Translated from the Greek 

by the Gothic Bishop Walfila in the Fourth Century. 

And other Remains of th"e Gothic Language. Edited 

by G. H. Balg. 
Those Uncertain Chilians. Valparaiso, Chili, November 

1, 1891. 

Lismore's Lily Wedded. London, November 3, 1891 

The Log Cabin Library. No. 137 

Nick Carter Library. No. 13 

The Nugget Library. No. 117 

Poe's Football 

The Boys' Star Library. No. 230 

Wide Awake Library. Nos. 1 , 081 and 1 , 082 

New York Detective Library. No. 467 

The Rate of Interest Earned. November 5, 1891 



Origin. October 28. 1891. 



The Heather Bell and Other Poems. By Geo. L. Reid. 
The People's Services. Third series, part 8 



The People's Services. Fourth series, part 3 

The People's Services. Fourth series, part 4 , 

The People's Services. Fourth series, part 5 

Jones' Canvassers' Record 

Hand-Book of Beloit 

' ' Eye-Strain ' ' and Its Relations to Hypermetropia. 



Branson's Almanac. Vol. 3, No. 5, 1892. 
Book of Tracing Cards 



College Uniforms. Catalogue No. 11' 
Petition and Certificate of Electors. ... 



By Mastis von Coachem... 



Ichythyol 

The False Christ of To-Day 
Our Redeemer. Nos. 17-27 

How to Play Football 

Old Days at West Point. By Chas. King 

The South Seas. Chap. 59 

Animal Drawing for Children. By Caroline H. Rimmer. 

A Frolic of Panther Whelps. By C. Pull en 

St. Paul City Directory. 1891-92 

The Concordance Repertory of the Materia Medica. Bv 
W. D. Gentry. Vol. 6. 



Roe, Lockwood & Son, 

New York. 
Geo. H. Ellis, Boston. 

Benj. R. Tucker, Boston. 
Leach, Shewell & Sanborn. 
Boston, 
Albert Scott & Co. , Chicago. 
J. R. Thomas, New York. 
Nims & Knight, Troy, N. Y. 

Do. 
G. H. Balg, Milwaukee. 



Press Publishing Company, 
(N.Y. World), New York. 
Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Spectator Company, 

New York. 
A. W. Nitsch, 

Deadwood, S. Dak. 
Wm. H. Marrett, 

New York. 
G. L. Reid, Menasha,Wis. 
The Golden Rule Company, 
Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Edward King Co. 
W. T. McCabe, Beloit, Wis. 
A. J. Cross & Co., 

New York. 
Levi Branson, Raleigh, N. C. 
New York Silicate Book 
Slate Co., New York. 

The Pettibone Manufact'ng 
Company, Cincinnati. 
John C. Clark & Sons, 

Philadelphia, 
Merck & Co., New York. 
E. S. Elliott, 

A. Eichler, New York. 

S. S. McClure, New York. 
Do. 
Do 
Do. 
Do. 
R. L. Polk & Co 



St. Paul. 
D. Gentry, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 






Skeirp's Photographs of the World. 
The Century Dictionary. Vol. 6 .. 



Siberia and the Exile System. 2 vols. By George 

Kennan. 
Industrial Unrest of All Nations. November 5, 1 891 



The Housewife's Club. November 5, 1891 

Field Marshal Count von Moltke's Work on the Franco- 
German War. 1870-71. By Lord Wolselv. 

The Cleveland Baby <. 

Mark Twain .., 

Adventures of Five Orange Pips 

Due Ledger 

Cooperative Real Estate Company 



Flowers of Fancy. From Percy B. Shelley 



Poses of Romance. From John Keats. 
Christmas Carols. No. 13 



Primary Exercises for Sunday Schools. By H. C. Camp.. 

Mary of Bethany 

Golden Texts. 1892 

Response to the Charges Submitted to the Presbytery of 

New York. 
Old Farmers' Almanac. 1892 



Divine Enterprise of Missions. By A. T. Pierson. 

American Reformers. By Carlos Martyn 

Economic and Industrial Delusions 



The Evolution of Life. By H. W. Mitchell. 
Nautical Almanac. 1892 



Business Record 

Helen Duval. By J. L. Young 



Jesus, the Carpenter of Nazareth. Second edition 

The Apostleship of Prayer 

Massage and the Swedish Movement. By K.W.Ostrom.. 

A Manual on Obstetrics. By E. P. Davis 

Eternal Peace 

The Lover's Year Book of Poetry. Vol. 1. By H. P. 
Chandler. 

Poems. By Emily Dickinson 

Thy Kingdom Come. By Henry W. Foote 

Madame Therese. By Erckmann-Chatrian 

Old Benches with New Props. By Mary D. Chellis 



Proprietors. 



A Mad Tour. By Mrs. J. H. Riddell 



The Romance of a French Parsonage. By M. Betham- 
Ed wards. 



D. B. Shepp, Philadelphia. 
The Century Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Do. 
Lord Wolselv, London. 

Estelle Brooks, New York. 
F. L. Clements, 

Hartford, Conn. 
A. Conan Doyle, New York. 
J. A. Cooper. 

Cooperative Real Estate Co. , 
Philadelphia. 
Edmund H. Garrett, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Do. 
Ward & Drummond, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Charles A. Briggs, 

New York. 
William Ware & Co., 

Boston. 
The Baker & Taylor Com- 
pany, New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 

Arthur B. & Henry Farqu- 

har, New York. 

H. W. Mitchell, New York. 

Riggs & Brother, 

Philadelphia. 
Peerless Manufacturing Co. , 
Winterset, Iowa 
Bancroft Company, 

San Francisco. 
Robert Bird, New York. 
F. X. Brady, Philadelphia. 
P. Blakiston & Son, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
M. S. Jaffe, San Jose, Cal. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 

Ginn & Co., Boston. 

The Nat'l Temp. Society and 
Pub. House, New York. 

United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Consumption and Rheumatism. By George Duttou 

Sermons in Miniature 

The Way of Salvation 

The Bibliotheca Sacra, Vol. 48 

The Man from Mars. By Thomas Blot 

Praise Hymns 

Happy Tidings. By C. H. Gabriel 

Christmas Joy. By E. E. Hewit 

Hood's Annual. No. 13 

Practical Shorthand 

Chemical and Physical Apparatus. Catalogue and Price 

List. 
Railroad Engineering. By C. L. Crandall. Second 

edition. 

Lady Gay's Pride. By Mrs. A. McV. Miller 

Around the World in Eighty Days. By Jules Verne 

Hunolt's Sermons. Vols. 7 and 8 

Divine Lifeand Healing 

Railroaders' Time Book 

Smith's Mercantile Law. By Jas. H. Gilmore 

The Knights of the Green Cloth. By A. Scalvini 

Adventures of a Fair Rebel. By Matt. Crim 

The Living World. By H. W. Coun 

The Photographic Image. By P. Duchochois 

A Year in Portugal 

Mississippi Reports. Vol. 68. Bame & Alexander, Re- 
porters. 

What it Cost. By F. & I. E. Sullivan 

The New World and the New Book 

A Pair of Originals. By E. Ward 

An Educational Game 

The Practical Catechism 

Diseases of the Liver. By J. C. Burnett 

Straight On 

Bright Stories for Young Readers 

Pebbles and Pearls 

Little People's Favorite 

Brave Boys and Girls 

Dainty Bits 

Little Dew Drops 

A Dinner in Old Egypt. By L. A. Higgins 

Penelope's Symposium. By S. H. Pratt 

Breezy Call , 

White Caps 

Deception 

Selections from Ovid. Revised by H. N. Fowler 

Directory of Organists and Church Choirs in Philadelphia 



Pkoprietoes. 



George Dutton, Boston. 
Alfred G. Mortimer, 

New York. 
E. J. Goodrich, Oberlin, Ohio. 

Do. 
Thomas Blot. 
John J. Hood, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
E. Burnett, Baltimore. 

Henry Heil Chemical Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 

C. L. Crandall, 

Cornell University. 
George Munro, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Benziger Bros., New York. 
Eugene Hatch, Chicago. 
E. E. Ewing&Bro., 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Jas. H. Gilmore, 

University of Virginia. 
R. H. Nurnam, St. Paul. 
Chas. L. Webster & Co., 

New York. 
H. W. Conn, 

Middletown, N. Y. 
P. Duchochois, New York. 
Geo. B. Loring, Salem, Mass. 
T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

Thos. W. Higginson, Boston. 
Macmillan & Co., 

New York. 
W. M. Derthick, Chicago. 
John Wiley & Sons, 

New York. 
Boericke & Tafel, 

Philadelphia. 

D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 

The National Temp. Scty. 

& Pub. House, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
T. S. Denison, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. H. & W. F. Allen & J. B. 
Greenough, Boston. 

A. A. Du Bois, Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Christina's Festival. By James H. Fillmore 

How we Waited for Santa Claus. By Charles H. Gabriel. 

The Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe. By Fred. A. 
Fillmore. 

Gatcomb's Mandolin Method 

Mills' Statutes Addenda 

Special Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, October 31 and Novem- 
ber 2-6. 

Gossip from Paris. By Paul De Barsal 

Feminine Fads and Fancies. By Margaret Hamm 

Two Interesting Characters. By Joseph Howard, jr 

Knox on Spiders and Flies. By J. Annoy Knox - 

Our Anglo-Indian Cousins. By Bertram Bernard 

Queen Vic at the Theatre. By Margery Daw 

Thou, You, or I? By David A. Curtis 

Winner's Eureka Method for the Guitar 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 29, 1891 

Now for Free Pork. Paris, October 29, 1891 

Belgian Franchise. Brussels, October 29, 1891 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, October 30, 1891 

Our Pork Wins Again. Paris, October 30, 1891 

Madam Mulba Gives Her Side of the Case. Paris, 

October 31, 1891. 
Andrew Carnegie Likes Our Immigrants. London, 

October 31, 1891. 

Finance and Politics. London, October 31, 1891 

Princely Scandals do not Seem to Cease. Paris, October 

31, 1891. 

The Wronged Husband. London, October 31, 1891 

Slavin Delighted. London, October 31, 1891 

American Talk Abroad. London, October 31, 1891 

France Grows Restless. Paris, November 2, 1891 

' ' The Crusaders. ' ' London, November 2, 1891 

Big Winners on the Western Turf. 

Stocks in London. London, November 3, 1891 

Snubbed the Kaiser. Paris, November 3, 1891 

A Dead Bonaparte. Paris, November 3, 1891 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, November 3, 1891 

Mr. Daly's Closing Play. London, November 3, 1891... 

Bulletins in Paris. Paris, November 4, 1891 

Alexander's Travels. Paris, November 4, 1891 

Omnibus and Operetta. Paris, November 4, 1891 

Sale of Coach Horses. Paris, November 4, 1891 

McKinley's Election. London, November 4, 1891 

Leading Chilians Talk. Paris, November 4, 1891 

The London Exchanges. London, October 24, 1891 

An Indictment of Russia. No. 8. London, October 24, 
1891. 

Placed in a False Light. London, October 31, 1891 

Amy Lester. Chapter 1. By Carlyle Petersilea 

Latest News from Europe. London, October 31, 1891... 

Cesar's Column. October 28, 1891 

Caesar's Column. October 30, 1891 

Social Reforms in Berlin. Berlin, October 31 



Propeietoes. 



Fillmore Bros. , 
Do. 
Do. 



Cincinnati. 



L. B. Gatcomb Co. , Boston. 
J. Warner Mills, Denver. 
N. Y. Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 
The United Press, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The New York Times, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
C. Petersilea, Boston. 

Sun Printing and Publish- 
ing Asso. , New York. 
Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 

Do. 
New York Associated Press, 
New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Life on a Man of War. By F. De Thuminel-cloth. 



A New Hero in India 

Marion, the Swamp Fox 

In the Iron Brigade 

London's Great Papers 

Risen from the Bead. Nos. 14-20. By Louis Neumann. 

The Countess Palatine. Nos. 97-100 

Steam Engines and Boilers 



The Ghost's Name. 



The American Continent and its Inhabitants before Co- 
lumbus. By Annie C. Cady. Part 10. 

Ready Reference, for Buyers, Merchants, etc 

Delta, Kappa, Epsilon. Fraternity Catalogue 

Strategic der Liebe 

The Memory Library. Extra No. 1. October, 1891.... 



The King's Birthday. 



Touch and Tecnic for Artistic Piano Playing. By Win. 

Mason. Op. 44, Vol. 2. 
Business Shorthand.. By Chas. C. Beale and Cora E. 

Bur bank. 

Easy Dictation. By Jno. Watson , 

Descriptive Catalogue of Music , 

Bankers' Revolution Index 

Farm Work , 

The Remedies that Cure 



Poetical Works of A. T. M. Seat... 
Official Score Card. Lawn Tennis. 



American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. Eichler, New York. 

Do. 
Erie City Iron Works, 

Erie, Pa. 
Miss M. E. Braddon, 

London. 
G ebbie & Co . , Philadelphia. 

W. F. Jantzin. 
Council Publishing Co. 
G. Herrmann. 
James P. Downs, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
John R. Sweeny and Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 
Beale Publishing Co. , 

Providence, R. I. 
Do. 
H. B. Stevens Co., Boston. 
Harriman Bros., Cincinnati. 

D. D. T. Moore, New York. 
German Medicine Co., 

New York. 
A. T. M. Seat, 

Aransas Pass, Tex. 

E. T. Allen, San Francisco. 



PERIODICALS. 



The New York Medical Journal. October 31, 1891. 
Harper's Young People. November 3, 1891 



Harper's Weekly. November 7, 189 1 

Harper's Bazar. November 21, 1891 

The New York Ledger. November 7, 1891 



Fox's Weekly. November 9, 1891 

The National Police Gazette. November 14, 1891 
The Police News. November 7, 1891 



Golden Days. November 14, 1891. 



Saturday Night. November 21, 1891 

The Fireside Companion. November 28, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. November 7, 1891. 

2 T E 



D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 

Do. 
Police News Pub. Co. , 

Boston. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

George Munro, New York. 

The Judge Publishing Co. , 

New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Cordage Trade Journal. November 1 , 1891 . 
The Voice Magazine. November, 1891 



Kate Field's Washington. November 4, 1891. 

Electrical Review. November 7, 1891 

The Sunday School Times. November 7, 1891. 

The Rural New Yorker. November 7, 1891 

The Poultry Monthly. November, 1891 



The Christian Herald. November 4. 1891 

Belford's Monthly and Democratic Review. October, 1891 
The Sporting Life. November 7, 1891 



Good News. November 21, 1891 

New York Weekly. November 21, 1891 

The Business Woman's Journal. November, 1891 



Rough Notes. November, 1891 

Western Electrician. November 7, 1891... 
The American Field. November 7, 1891... 
The Fanciers' Journal. November 7, 1891 . 



The Shopper. October 31, 1 891 

Grocers' Hand-Book. November 2, 1891. 



Scientific American. November. 1 891 

Scientific American Supplement. November 7, 1891. 

The Golden Weekly. November 19, 1891 

The Boys of New York. November 21, 1891 

Current Law. November 2, 1891 



Proprietors. 



The No Name Magazine. November, 1891 

The Andover Review. November, 1891 

The Street Railway Journal. November, 1891. 



St. Louis Life. October 29, 1891 

The American Contractor. October 31, 1891 ... 
The Ladies' Home Journal. November, 1891. 



The Central Law Journal. October 30, 1891 . 
The Albany Law Journal. October 31, 1891. 



The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. October 

31, 1891. 
Phillips' Diary and Time Table for Chicago 



The Jewelers' Circular. November 4, 1891 



Chas. H. Delano, New York. 
Edgar S. Werner, 

New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 
Jno. D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
The Rural Pub. Co., 

New York. 
The Ferris Pub. Co., 

Albany. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
E. Belford, New York. 

Sporting Life Pub. Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Mary F. Seymour, 

New York. 
Rough Notes Co., 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Electrician Pub. Co., 

Chicago. 
American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Emily Rayuer, New York. 
McCord-Brady Company, 

Omaha. 
Munn & Co. , New York. 

Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 
The Law News Bureau, 

Chicago. 
American Press Company, 

Baltimore. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Street Railway Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Moore & Barth, St. Louis. 
B. Edwards & Co. , Chicago. 
Curtis Publishing Company, 
Philadelphia. 
Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis. 
Weed, Parsons & Co. , 

Albany, N. Y. 
L. K. Strouse&Co., 

New York. 
TheR. & J. Phillips Co., 

Chicago. 
Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Mt. Angel Students' Banner. November, 1891 

The Menorah Monthly. November, 1H91 

Ingalls' Home and Art Magazine. November, 1891 .... 

New York Civil Procedure Reports. August, 1891 

Wood's Medical and Surgical Monographs. October, 1891 

The Stenographer. November, 1891 

La Mode de Paris. December, 1891 

La Couturiere. December, 1891 

Album des Modes. December, 1891 

La Mode. December, 1891 

The Musical Visitor. November, 1891 ... 

The Electrical Engineer. November 4, 1891 

The Farm-Poultry. November, 1891 

New York and Paris Fashion Bazar. December, 1891... 
The School Journal. October 31, 1891 

Architecture and Building. October 31 , 1891 

Ice and Refrigeration. November, 1891 

The Youth's Companion. Novembers, 1891 

The Electrical World. November 7, 1891 

Forest and Stream. November 5, 1891 

Success with Flowers. November, 1891 

The American Paper Trade. October 31, 1891 

The Ave Maria. November, 1891 

Garden and Forest. November 4, 1891 

New York Clipper. November 7, 1891 

The Argosy. November 14, 1891 

The Yankee Blade. November 7, 1891 

The New Nation. October 31, 1891 

Skolen og Hj emmet. November 1 , 1891 .- 

The Teacher. October, 1891..... 

The Engineering Record. November 14, 1891 

The New South. October 29, 1891 

School and Home. November 3, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. November 2, 1891 

The Home Magazine. November, 1 891 

Fashions. November, 1891 

The Eclectic Medical Journal. November, 1891 



Proprietors. 


Bernard Feeney, 


Mt. Angel, Oreg. 


Benj. F. Peixotto, 


New York. 


J. F. Ingalls, Lynn, Mass. 


S. S. Peloubet, New York. 


Win. Wood & Co., 


New York. 


Stenographer Publishing 


Company, Philadelphia. 


A. McDowell &Co., 


New York. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 



The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 

Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 

I. S. Johnson & Co., Boston. 

George Munro, New York. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 

W. T. Comstock, New York. 

H. S. Rich & Co. , Chicago. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 

W. J. Johnston Company, 
Limited, New York. 

Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

The Dingee & Conard Com- 
pany, West Grove, Pa. 

Andrew Geyer, New York. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 

Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Frank Queen Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 

Potter & Potter, Boston. 

Edward Bellamy, Boston. 

Skolen og Hj emmet Pub. 
Co., Story City, Iowa. 

The Teacher Company, 

New York. 

Henry C. Meyer, New York. 

Wm.'H. Rowland, 

Richmond. 

Wm. L. Thomas, St. Louis. 

F. T. Low, New York. 
The Brodix Publishing Co. , 

Washington. 
The Syndicate Trading Co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 
John M. Scudder, 

Cincinnati. 



PERIODIC ALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Journal of the Military Service Institution. November, 
1891. 



The Treasury. November, 1891 

Ornithologist and Oologist. October, 1891. 



The Mercantile Adjuster. November, 1891. 

Table Talk. November, 1891 

Babyhood. November, 1891 

Texas Sittings. November 7, 1891 



The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. October 31, 
1891. 

State and City Supplement of the Commercial and Fi- 
nancial Chronicle. October 31, 1891. 

The Farmers' Review. October 28, 1891 



L'Art de la Mode. December, 1891 

The Sewing Machine News. November, 1891. 



Heart and Hand. November 5, 1891 

The Power and Transmission. October, 1891. 



American Horse Breeder. October 31, 1891 

The American Stock-Keeper. October 31, 1891. 



The American Florist. October 29, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. October 31, 1891 



The Catholic World. November, 1891 
Cassier's Magazine. November, 1891.. 



The Coupon Manual. October 1, 1891 

The Peoples' Railway Guide. November 1, 1891 

Time. Official R. R. Guide to St. Louis. October 31. 
Christian Science. November, 1891 



Educational Review. November, 1891 



Voice of Masonry and Family Magazine. November. 

1891. 
Biles' Whisky Price List. November 2, 1891 



Internal Revenue Record. November 2, 1891 

The Business Woman's Journal. November, 1891. 



The American Architect. October 31, 1891 

The Manufacturer and Builder. October, 1891. 

The Elite News. October 31, 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveler. November 7, 1 891 



National Car and Locomotive Builder. November, 1891 



Peopeietobs. 



The Military Service Institu- 
tion, 
Governor's Island, N. Y. 
E. B. Treat, New York. 
Frank B. Webster, 

Hyde Park, Mass. 
Mercantile Adjuster Pub. 
Company, New York. 
Table Talk Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Babyhood Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Texas Sittings Pub. Co., 

London and New York. 
W. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

H. H. Chandler & Co., 

Chicago. 

W. J. Morse, New York. 

Charles W. Handy, 

New York. 

W. T. Thompson, Chicago. 

Power and Transmission 
Pub. Co., Mishawaka, Ind. 

George B. James, Boston. 

American Stock-Keeper Pub. 
Company, Boston. 

American Florist Publish- 
ing Company, Chicago. 

The Westminster Publishing 
Company, Philadelphia. 

A. F. Hewit, New York. 

The Cassier Magazine Com- 
pany, New York. 

Chas. J. Stromberg, Chicago. 

C. S. Pease, Albanv, N. Y. 

A. L. Y. Swart, St. Louis. 

Christian Science Publishing- 
Company, Chicago. 

Henry Hoit & Co., 

New York. 

Jno. W. Brown, Chicago. 

G. W. Biles & Co., 

Cincinnati. 
W. C. & F. P. Church, 

New York. 
Mary F. Seymour, 

New York. 
Ticknor&Co.. Boston. 

Henri Girard, New York. 
Elite News Co. , Chicago. 
Review Printing Company, 
Chicago. 
R. M. Van Arsdale, 

New York. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Christian Science. November 1, 1891 

Once a Week. November 10, 1891 

The May Flower. November, 1891 ... 



Pkoprietoes. 



The Stationer and Printer. November 1 , 1 891 

The Magazine of Christian Literature. November, 1891.. 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. October 31 and No- 
vember 2-6. 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. November 7. 1891... 

The Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 14 

The Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 17 

The Southern Reporter. Vol. 10, No. 1 

The New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 16 

The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 14 

The Dolls' Dressmaker. November, 1 891 

The American Machinist. November 5, 1891 



M. B. Van Eps, 


Chicago. 


P. F. Collier, 


New 


York. 


John L. Childs, 






Floral Park, 


N. Y. 


J. Sawtelle Ford 


, Chicago. 


Christian Literature 


Corn- 


pany, 


New 


York. 


P. J. J. O'Connor, 






St, 


Louis. 


Do. 






West Pub. Co., 


St 


Paul. 


Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Jenny Wren, 


New 


York. 



The American Agriculturist. November, 1891 

Modes and Fabrics. November, 1891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. November 4, 1891 



Ringwood's Afro- American Journal of Fashion. 

ber, 1891. 
The Kindergarten. November, 1891 



Novem- 



Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours. December, 1891 
American Veterinary Review. November, 1891 .. 



American Machinist Pub. 
Company, New York. 
The Orange Judd Co., 

New York. 
H. W. MacLellan, 

New York. 
Jewelers' Weekly Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Ringwood's Journal, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Kindergarten Pub. Co., 

Chicago. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
A. Liautard, New York. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



Jupiter. Comic opera libretto in three acts. By Harry Harry B. Smith, 
B. Smith. 



Chicago. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Heart's Love. Song in A. Soprano or baritone. Words 

by George Cooper ; music by Robert Coverly. 
Sun of My Soul. Hymn, anthem. By C. Isenmaun ; 

arranged by Albert J. Hoi den. 
And There Were Shepherds Abiding. Anthem. By 

W. B. Goote. , 

Cuckoo's Note Waltz. By B. Hamma 

Mass in E Minor. By G. Barton 

La Premier Polka. By L. Cheny 

Happy Birds Waltz. Arranged by Roily King 

Old Home Down on the Farm. Waltz. Arranged by 

Roily King. 

The Evening Cometh. By R. L. Baldwin 

Raeburn Schottische. Two banjos. By W. C. Stahl 

Marah Schottische. Duet, By W. C. Stahl 

W T esley Schottische. Duet. By W. C. Stahl 



Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Miles & Thompson, Boston. 
S. S. Stewart, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 



14 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Christmas Service. By H. M. Dow. 



Ringino; for Jesus. 



Peopeietoes. 



Call His Name Jesus 

Good Bye 

Dause Arabesque. By Alfred Grumfeld. 



Love's Vista. Reverie in D. Banjo orchestra. By 
Howard A. Burr ; arranged by Thos. J. Armstrong. 

I Fear Thy Kisses. Song. Tenor. By Moritz E. 
Schwarz. 

The Darkie's Jubilee. Banjo duet. By Jno. M. Turner. 

Oxford Minuet. Piano. Arranged by M. McLaughlin.. 

The Christmas King 



Introduction. By W. H. Doane 

Stay Not, Blessed Morn. By W. H. Doane 

Who'll Buy my Matches. By W. H. Doane 

Evening Song of Praise. By W. H. Doane 

Lord, We Thank Thee. By W. H. Doane 

I Wish I were King of the Frost. By W. H. Doane 

Tell Us, Ye Murmuring Winds. By W. H. Doaue 

You Have Called Us Happy Children. By W. H. Doane. 

Dear Little Flower. By W. H. Doane 

Six Little Happy Girls. By W. H. Doane 

Santa's Coming. By W. H. Doane , 

Childrens' Motion Song. By W. H. Doane , 

Happy Friends, Good-Night. By W. H. Doane 

The Old Volunteer. Song. By Jas. McCurry and Mel- 
ville & Stetson. 

Come Have Another With Me. By L. F. Shaw and 
Thos. Hindley. 

Our Little Token. Song. By T. H. Northrup 

•Marietta. Dance. By Geo. C. Richardson 

After the Review. March. Two banjos. Arranged by 
F. S. Baxter. 

The Gypsies' Schottische. Two banjos. By Alfred Chenet. 

Blue Mountain Schottische. Guitar. By F. D. Baars... 

Cavalry Advance March. Guitar. By E. Schneider 

' ' A Letter to His Dad ' ' Waltz. By A. S. Bowman. By 

permission of M. Witmark & Sons. 

El-Dorado. Waltz. By Warner Crosby 

Jupiter Tonant. Invocation. Poesie de Christ de 

Trogoff. Musique de C. Lecocq. 

Le Poete et le Fantome. Melodie. By J. Massenet 

Ave Maris Stella. Duo. By Leo Delebes 

Like as a Father Pitieth His Children. Song. By David 

Davis. 
When Your Locks No Silver Knew, Love. By Chas. H. 

Gabriel. 

Number Three. Guitar. By C. P. Winkler 

Number One. Guitar. By C. P. Winkler 

Number Two. Guitar. By C. P. Winkler 

March. Militaire. Piano. By E. Schneider 

Memories. Piano. Revised and fingered by Mde. N. 

Rounsville. 



Unitarian S. S. Society, 

Boston. 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
JohnF. Ellis & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
Hitchcock & McCargo Co., 

New York. 
John M. Turner, New York. 
H. W. Beek, Chicago. 

Biglow & Main Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

W. Morley & Co. , London. 
Alfred Chenet & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 
E. Witzmann&Co., 

Memphis. 
Do. 
A. S. Bowman. 

Warner Crosby, Detroit. 
Choudens Fils, 

Paris, France. 
Heugel & Cie, Paris, France. 

Do. 
D. Kanner, Cincinnati. 

J. F. King, 

Wolcottville, Ind. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Mde. N. Rounsville, 

Chicago. 



15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Oh ! What a Difference in the Morning. Song. A rranged 

by Thos. O'Neil. 
Golden Land. Song. By F. R. Havergal and F. F. 

Hagen. 
Echoes of the Ball. Arranged by Paul Eno 

Life. November 5, 1891 

The Illustrated American. November 7, 1891. Illus- 
trated. 

Brighter Days Will Come Again. By Edward Dyer 

I Wouldn't Change Her For Them All. Song and chorus. 
By L. Tocabur. 

With Standard Floating High. Song. By L. Tocabur.. 

Drifting Apart. Song and chorus. By Tom Carter 

The Bridge. By L. Tocabur 

The Swell Promenade. By L. Tocabur 

Over the Moonlit Sea. By George M. Vickers 

I Hear a Voice, Soprano. By P. E. Pallenghi. Op. 1 . . 

True Remembrance. By Wm. Medorn. Op. 5.. 

Aida Grand March. Four hands. By R. Vilanova 

Mass, in E flat. By E. H. Bailey. Op. 295 

Strolling With Nora. Song. By W. Gilbury and Thos. 
O'Neill. 

Christmas Polka. By J. M. Plank 

Ethiopian Dance. By Tito Mattei 

Vesper Chimes. By B. J. Bechtel 

Come, Sit Awhile Beside Me. Song. By Chas. Puerner 

Vindex Waltz. Piano. By Mrs. Dore Lyon 

The Andes. March de Bravoura By G. W. Warren 

Spring Song. Reverie. Piano. By G. D. Wilson 

In the Glade. Song. By J. R. Thomas 

Waltz on Forever. By T. H. Oates 

Cavalleria Rusticana. Mosaic. By Alf. de Georgis 

The Heckeman's Grand March. By J. E. Johnson 

Bridal Chimes Waltz. By N. Waldteufel 

Jesus, Meek and Lowly. By F. Liszt. English adapta- 
tion by T. S. Needham. 

How Lovely are Thy Dwellings. Soprano and tenor. By 
L. R. Dressier. 

Lancers ' ' Wang. ' ' Orchestra. By E. Boettger 

Morning Song Duet. By King Hall 

The Garden of Peace. Duet. By King Hall 

May-Day Song. Duet, By King Hall 

Solitude. Quartette. By J. Pointer 

Give Unto the Lord. Anthem. Solo, quartette and 

chorus. By H. W. Parker. 
Conway Overture. Banjo orchestra. By D. Mansfield. .. 
Marion Overture. Banjo orchestra. By D. Mansfield.... 
Engerslide Overture. Banjo orchestra. By D. Mansfield 

Alsatian Mazourka. Guitar. By D. Mansfield 

Light Fantastic Schottische. Guitar. By D. Mansfield.. 
Mexicano Schottische. Guitar. By D. Mansfield 



Proprietors. 



W. F. Shaw, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

W. H. Boner & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 
American Publishing Co., 

New York. 
E. D. Dougherty. 
Albert Loraine & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Geo. M. Vickers. 
J. H. Schroeder & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
E. H. Bailey, Boston. 

W. F. Shaw, Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Wm.A.Pond&Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Geo. W. Warren, New York. 
G. D. Wilson, New York. 
J. R. Thomas, New York. 
T. H. Oates & Co., 

Augusta, Ga. 
Alfred de Georgis, 

Baltimore. 
J. E. Johnson, 

Clinton County, Pa. 
M. Leidt & Co., New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

J. Chas. Grasmuk, 

New York. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. . 



Titles. 



Airy Gavotte. Guitar. By D. Mansfield 

Electric Waltz. Guitar. By D. Mansfield 

The Evening Star Schottische. Guitar. By D. Mansfield. 
Bolivian Air. Piano. Arranged by Winthrop 

Peruvian Air. Piano. Arranged by Winthrop 

Phoenix Club Lancers. Piano. By Wm. Eoss 

Second Air Varie. Violin and piano. By W. F. Sudds. 

Op. 185. 

Valse des Ny mphs. Piano. By Don N. Long 

Eustic Dance. By J. O. v. Prochazka 

First Air Varie. Violin and piano. By W. F. Sudds. 

Op. 183. 
Braga's Serenade. Mandolin or violin. By E. P. 

Hodges. 
Wanderer's Song. (Male quartet.) Arranged by L. 

Schehlmann. 
Silent as Night. (Male quartet.) Arranged by L. 

Schehlmann. 
O, That Men Would Praise the Lord. By J. E. Murray. 

The Eighteous Shall Flourish . By G. F. E 

Thanksgiving Anthem No. 2. By E. L. Cranmer 

Praise to God. ByF. L. Morey 

Stella Polka. Guitar. Arranged by F. W. Wessenberg, 

Stella Polka. Arranged by F. W. Wessenberg 

Eeel. By Franz Wald. Op. 64 

Valse Caprice. Piano. By Barclay Walker 

The Larkspur. Gavotte. By H. Hoffmann 

My World is Bright, Beloved. Song. By Edw. Oxen- 
ford and Sydney Shaw. 

It's Only Artificial After All . By A. West 

Good Health, Old Boy. Song. By Arthur West 

Where Have the Girls all Gone to ? Song. By H. Cast- 
ling. 

Belle Estella. Song. By J. J. Nash and G. Operti 

The Fairy Queen. Impromptu. Piano. By H. E. 
Grosjean. 

Madcap Caprice. Piano. By Seymour Smith 

Phillis. Piano. By Seymour Smith 

Valsette. Piano. By Talbot Lake 

Gavotte. Piano. By Talbot Lake 

Spanish Dance. Piano. By Talbot Lake 

Egyptian March . Piano. By Talbot Lake 

Love's Courier. Song. By C. Franklin and H. E. Lath, 

The May Belle. Piano. By J. Pridham 

Danse Gracieuse. By Edw. German 

Danse Polonaise. By Edw. German 

The Eaindrops. Duet. By J. L. Eoeckel 

The Iceberg. Duet. By J. L. Eoeckel 

The Cascade. Duet. By J. L. Eoeckel 

The Ocean Garden. Duet. By J. L. Eoeckel 

The Leaves. Duet. By J. L. Eoeckel 

The Autumn Wind. Duet. By J. L. Eoeckel 

Night. Duet. By J. L. Eoeckel 

Winter Fairies. Duet. By J: L. Eoeckel 

The Chimes. Duet. By J. L. Eoeckel 

Eosy Morning. Duet. By J. L. Eoeckel 

TheEock. Duet. By J. L. Eoeckel 



Proprietors. 



D. Mansfield, San Francisco. 

Do. 

Do. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do> 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Chas. E. Owen, 




Stockton. 


Cal. 


Francis, Day & Hunter 




New York. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Frank Drake, 




Eichmond, 


Ind. 


Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 





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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Echo Valley. Duet. By J. L. Roeckel 

The Boatswain Bold. Song. By Geo. B. Nevin 

Grand Medley Overture ' ' Always Together. " By A. 
Bowman. 

Buckingham March. By A. S. Bowman 

Cadets' Glee Schottische. By A. S. Bowman 

Elks' March. By A. S. Bowman 

In Fair Castile. Ballad. By L. Lennox 



A Tale of the Mile-End Road. Song. By R. Morton 
and Geo. Le Brunn. 

This and That. By H. Poutet. August, 1891../ 

Magnetic Waltz. By L. Arditi 

Cousin Jedediah. Song. By H. S. Thompson 

How Fair Thou Art. English words by C. J. Sprague ; 
music by H. Weidt. Op. 36. 

If a Heart for Thee is Beating. Ballad. By W. dim- 
ming. 

Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep. By C. Grobe. Op. 811. 

OSalutaris! By C. C. Stearns 

The Mocking Bird Quickstep. Four hands. By Alfred 
Delaney. 

Brightest Eyes Galop. By Sep. Winner 

Do They Think of Me at Home ? Variations. By Sep. 
Winner. 

Silver Thistle Waltz. By Eheinhold 

The Longing Heart. English words by W. D ; mu- 
sic by H. Prosch. 

Barney O'Hea. Arranged by W. D. Raphaelson 

The Moonbeam. By E. G. B. Holden 

The Tremaine Brothers. Arranged by F. H. Smith 

Lively Quickstep. By J. Becht 

The World in Peaceful Slumber Lay. Anthem. By C. 
T. Steele. 

By B.M.Davison 

Piano. By Loren Bragdon , 

Carol. By J. R. Higinbotham 

Two banjos. By E. M. Hall 



La Cigale. Piano. 
L'Esperanza Waltz. 
Ring, Sweet Bells. 
Blue Ribbon March. 



Queen of the Forest. Two banjos. By Thos. E. Glynn. 
Sounds from Africa. Two banjos. By Thos. E. Glynn. 
If I Could But Forget Thee. ' Words by C. Bingham 
music by F. L. Moir. 

Au Revoir. Song. By J. L. Molloy 

Love, I Come. Song. By Warren Crosby 



The Whispering Rivulet. Piano. By Francis Beter 

Teachers' Tarentelle. Revised by Emil Laudner. 

You Try to Make the Little Girls Believe 'em, but You 
Don't. By G. Sinclair and M. H. Rosenfeld. 

When I Have Found Thee. Song. Arranged by How- 
ard Raymond. 

Annabelle Lee. Song. Arranged by H. Raymond 

The Parisian Skirt Fling. By F. Eplet 

Grace Darling. Tenor and soprano. By Felix McGlen- 
non. 

Will We Ever Meet Again ? By Sims & Oglesby 

3 TE 



Proprietors. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Do. 

A. S. Bowman. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

C. Sheard&Co., 

London, Eng. 
Do. 

William Morley, London. 
L. Arditi, Boston. 

H. S. Thompson. 
Heirs of C. J. Sprague. 



W. Cumming. 

Heirs of C. Grobe. 
C. C. Stearns. 
Sep. Winner. 

Do. 
Do. 



A. Rheinhold. 
W. Dressier. 

W. D. Raphaelson. 

E. G. B. Holden. 

F. H. Smith. 
C. Kunkel. 
White-Smith Music Pub. 

Co. , Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
L. B. Gatcomb Company, 
Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Boosey & Co., London. 

Do. 
The National Music Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

H. Oglesby, Chester, Pa. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Our Grand March. Piano. By F. K. Pine 

Military Polka. By N. H. Tallman 

Sogno D'Amore. By W. L. Hazen 

Santiago Waltz. Violin. Arranged by D. M. H. May.. 

Invited Guest. Quadrille. Orchestra. By N. J. Spring. 
American Republic March. Piano. By H. H. Thiele. 

Op. 81. Arranged by J. H. Wadsworth. 
Overture. Marriage of the Princess. Piano. By J. A. 

Willard. 

Strolling With Norah. Arranged by Frank Banta 

Metropolitan Schottische. By George Walsh 

Rully and I. By W.H.Jaeger 

The Broken Home. By W. H. Fox 

Santa Clans, Bring Back My Shoes. By Barney Mullely 

Pestal or Maniac Waltz. By Sep. Winner 

Parlor Polka Quadrille. By T. G. Boettger 

Air from Martha. Arranged by C. Everest 

La Chatelaine. Arranged by C. Everest 

Mollie's Dream Waltz. Arranged by C. Everest 

The Maid of Sorrente. Arranged by C. Everest 

Love's Chidings. Variations. By C. Grobe. Op. 1482 
My Mother's Waltz. By J. Becht 



W. F. Conkling. 

Do. 
W. L. Hazen. 
George Willig & Co., 

Baltimore. 
William H. Cundy, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

James Stillman, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Frank Harding, New York. 

Do. 
Sep. Winner. 
T. G. Boettger. 
Mrs. C. Everest. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Heirs of C. Grobe. 
C. Kunkel. 



MAPS. 



Radical Key Relief Map of Palestine 

Moline, 111. 1891 

Ottumwa, Iowa. 1891 

Oskaloosa. Iowa. 1891 

De Kalb, 111. October, 1891 

Dixon, 111. September, 1891 

Sturgeon Bay, Wis. September, 1891 

Centralia, Wash. September, 1891 ' 

Meriden, Conn. September, 1891 

Grand Rapids and Centralia, Wis. September, 1891 

Sycamore, 111. October, 1891 

Bay City, West Bay City, and Essex ville. 1891 

The Town of Norwalk. 1891 

The City of Bridgeport, Conn. 1891 



George M. Powell, 

Philadelphia. 
H. G. Paddock, Moline, 111. 
C. R. Allen, Ottumwa, Iowa. 

Do. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Co., 
Limited, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
R. L. Polk & Co., St. Paul. 
Price Lee & Co., 

Norwalk, Conn. 

Do. 



CHARTS. 



Words of Healing , 

Music by Sight 

Woolen Workers and the Tariff in United States 

A Circle 

Improved Tailor System of Square Measurement 

Simplified Mensuration and Interest. By D. J. Morris 



American Sunday - School 
Union, Philadelphia. 

Julia Coles, Kingston, Pa. 
F. W. Hewes, 

Bloomfield, N. J. 
F. E. Bangs. 

Ida B. Petty, Canton, 111. 
D. J. Morris. 



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ENGKRAVINOS. 



Titles. 



0. W. Holmes 

The Interrupted Proposal. By J. Pelletier 

The Enthusiast. By W. M. Cary 

With the Stream. By Emil Milo 

Lady Almeria Carpenter. By J. W. Chapman, after 

Hoppner. 
Lady Hamilton as "Sensibility." By J. W. Chaj)man, 

after Romney. 



Pkopkietoks. 



W. G. Searles. 
Francis C. Jones, New York. 
W. M. Cary, New York. 
Fishel, Adler & Schwartz, 

New York. 
Boussod, Valadon & Co. , 

New York. 
Do. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Utah ' s Best Crop 

Marie Tempest. (In the Tyrolean.) Nos. 1, 3, 9, and 20 

A Mouthful 

Toilet of Psyche 

Supplication 

The Pepita 

Little Nun 

A. A. Zimmerman 

A. A. Zimmerman and Trainer 

America's Fast Wheelmen 

W. W. Windle 

H. S.Alcott. (Large) 

H. S. Alcott. (Paris panel) 

H. S.Alcott. No. 1. (Small) 

H. S.Alcott. No. 2. (Small) 

William Gies and H. S. Alcott. (Paris panel) 

Who's a Republican? , , 

Jessie Miller. No. 1 

Jessie Miller. No. 2 , 

Jessie Miller. No. 3 

Jessie Miller. No. 4 

Jessie Miller. No. 5 , 

Jessie Miller. No. 6 , 

Jessie Miller. No. 7 

Jessie Miller. No. 8 

Abraham Lincoln , 

U.S.Grant 

Half Length Figure of a Man. Photo of painting , 

United States Post-Office 

Flag of Merrimac River Valley , 



C. R. Savage, 

Salt Lake City. 

B. J. Falk, New York. 

C. K. Mills. 
Armand Hawkins, 

New Orleans. 
Meta M. Crane, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Geo. H. Van Norman, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Abell & Priest, 

San Francisco. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Rombach & Groene, 

Cincinnati. 
J. Fowzer, San Francisco. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
M. P. Rice, 

Washington, D. C. 
Do. 
Schumacher & Ettlinger, 

New York. 
Gray Staunton, Dwight, 111. 
Chas. Corlisss, 

Haverhill, Mass. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



One Country and One Flag 

1892. January, February, and March 

1892. April, May, and June 

1 892. July, August, and September 

1891. October, November, and December 

The Brooklyn Latin School. A grade prize .... 

Mellin's Food 

Past Mayors of Newark 

Ignace J. Paderewski 

CUT 

The Imperial Strain of Light Brahmas 



Chas. Meyer, Philadelphia. 
Forbes Lithograph Manu- 
facturing Co. , Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Caskie & Harrison, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Doliber-Goodale Co. , Boston. 
J. Ross Brown, 

Newark, N. J. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 



J. Henry Lee, Newark, N. Y. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. 10 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTEBED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON 



UNDEB 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



November 9 to November 14, 1891, inclusive, "wherein the copyright 
has been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. - 



A, B, C of Swedish Educational Gymnastics 

Princess Use. Translated by Florence M. Cronise. 



Pleading at Common Law and Under the Codes. 
Preludes and Studies 



Illustrated Catalogue of Fine Art Studies, Water-Color 
Studies, etc. 

The Day Dawneth. By Albeit S. Watson 

A Hard Lesson. By E. Lovett Cameron 



/- Wylie's Simplified Shorthand. By William B. Wylie. 

A Church and Choir Directory for Newark, Elizabeth 

etc., for 1891 to 1892. 
The Three-Cornered Hat. By Pedro Antonio de Alarcon.. 

A Century of Baptist Foreign Missions. By Sophie 

Bronson Titterington. 
Kansas Reports. Vol. 45. A. M. F. Randolph, Reporter.. 

Counsel for the Plaintiff. By St. Clair Hurd , 



A Vision of Fair Women. By Edith Lynwood Winn. 
George H. Miller's Geneva Mineral Water 



Pamphlet No. 1. Actual Convention Proceedings 
Almanac for the Reformed Church, 1892 



A First Family of Tasajara. By Bret Harte 

Amy Lester, or A Strange Girl. By Carlyle Petersilea. 
Methods of Filling Teeth. By Rodrigues Ottolengui 
Brownie School Puzzle. Blind Man's Buff". 



Brownie School Puzzle. Hauling the Yule Log 

Brownie School Puzzle. Skating and Snowballing- 
Game of Strategy 

Are They Doing Their Best? 



Bradford Directory for 1891-'92... 
Back to Life. By T. W. Speight 



Stock Register. 



Dividend Book 

Record of Minutes 

Real Estate Register 

History of Scranton, Pa 

A Digest of the United States Supreme Court Reports. 

Vol. 2. By Henry G. Danforth. 
Spiritual Law in the Natural World. By F. W. Grant.. 



Santa Barbara. By Ouida. 



Proprietors. 



F. A. Davis, Boston. 

Albert Schott & Co. , 

Chicago. 
Edward Thompson Com- 
pany, Northport, N. Y. 
W. J. Henderson, 

New York. 
L. Prang & Co., Boston. 

Do. 
John A. Taylor & Co., 

New York. 
William B. Wylie, 

St. Louis. 
The Essex County Publish- 
ing Co., Newark, N. J. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
American Baptist Pub. So- 
ciety, Philadelphia. 
A. M. F. Randolph, For 
State of Kansas, Topeka. 
Walter H. Baker & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 
Geo. H. Miller, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Curtis Haven, Chicago. 

Chas. G. Fisher, 

Philadelphia. 
Bret Harte. 
Carlyle Petersilea. 
R. Ottolengui, New York. 
McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Vacuum Oil Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
I. H. Lant, New York. 

John A. Taylor & Co., 

New York. 
Cameron, Amberg & Co. , 

Chicago, 111. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
H. W. Crew. 
Banks & Brothers, 

New York. 
Loizeaux Brothers, 

New York. 
United States Book Co. , 

New York. 



(3) 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peoprietoes. 



A Modern Aladdin. By Howard Pyle. 



Ruth the Gleaner and Esther the Queen. By William 
M. Taylor, D. D. 

Hermann Sudermann. Dame Care 

Ben-Hur : a tale of the Christ. By Lew Wallace. Il- 
lustrated by Wm. M. Johnson. Two vols. 

Directory of the Poultry, Pigeon, and Pet Stock Breeders 
in the United States. 

An Official Tour Along the Eastern Coast of the Regency 
of Tunis. By Amos Perry. 

The Story of Colette. From the French of La Neuvaine 
de Colette. 

Friendly Letters to Girls. By Helen A. Hawley 



Friendly Talks to Boys. By Helen A. Hawley 

With Scrip and Staff. By Elia W. Peattie 

Sermons. By Howard Crosby 

A Daughter of the King. By Mary A. Gilmore 

The Agreement Between Union Seminary and the Gen- 
eral Assembly. By George L. Prentiss. 
David Lindsay 



From Paris to Tonquin. By M. Bonvalot. Part I 

Denominationalism vs. Christian Union. By Tennis S. 

Hamlin, D. D. 
Horton's Ready Reference Record 
Mensuration Taught Objectively. 
The Baldwin Refrigerator 



By Supt. W. W. Ross. 



Scaramouche. By M. Lefevre and H. Vuagneux 



Three Hundred and Thirty Exercises for Light-singing 

Classes. 
Calisthenic Exercises and Marches. By Frank L. Bristow. 

Guitar Chords, and How to Play Accompaniments. By 
F. W. Wessenberg. 

Model Practice Lessons. By George F. Root 

The Ticket Brokers' Reference 

The Progress of Industrial Education. By S. L. Wood- 
ford. 

Supplement to Shepard's Pennsylvania State Annota- 
tions in Vols. 139, 140, and 141. 

Typewriters' Speed 

The People's Services. Third series, No. 7 



The People's Services. Third series, No. 9 

The People's Services. Third series, No. 10 

Pianists' Art of Perfection. By James M. Tracy. 



Der Sudafrikanischen Mission. 



Venetian Life. By William D. Howells. With Illustra- 
tions. Two volumes. 

Mythology in Art. By Willis Boughton 

King Charles' Shilling. By Edward E. Hale 



Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Fred. R. Crocker, 

Yarmouthport, Mass. 
A. Perry, Providence, R. I. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
A. D.F.Randolph & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Cassell Publishing Co. , 

New York. 
Fleming H. Revell Co., 

Chicago. 
Horton Co., Chicago. 

W. W. Ross, Fremont, Ohio. 
Baldwin Refrigerator Co., 

Burlington, Vt. 
Choudens Fils, 

Paris, France. 
W. W. Gilchrist, 

Philadelphia. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 

Do. 
Geo. Berkes, Denver, Colo. 
Robert Rutter, New York. 

Frank Shepard, Chicago. 

J. F. McClain, New York. 
Golden Rule Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
The White-Smith Music 
Pub. Company, Boston. 
Druck des Lutherischen 
Verlags, Columbus, Ohio. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
E. Adams. 
The Authors' Alliance, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



A Dollar a Week and No Interest Buys a Bkrycle 

Sitting Up Exercises 

The Reynolds Record Card 

The Pharisee and Witch Burner in Modern Politics 

Souvenirs of Les Miserables 

Prolegomena to Christian Dogmatics. By E. V. Gerhart 

The Heidelberg Catechism. By E. V. Gerhart 

The McMaster Pedigree and Flock Record Book 

The Boys' Star Library. No. 231 

Wide Awake Library. Nos. 1 083 and 1084 

New York Detective Library. No. 468 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 408 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 680 

Beadle' s Popular Library. No. 32 33 

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 745-746 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 409 

Beadle's New York Dime Library. No. 681 

Caesar's Column. November 4 and 7, 1891 

Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 415 

In Indictment of Russia, London, October 29, 1891 

Cork's Unexpected Vote. London, November 7, 1891.... 
Montt May Not Accept. Valparaiso, November 5, 1891. 

Our Murdered Tars. Valparaiso, November 5, 1891 

"The World's" Accounts Confirmed. Valparaiso, No- 
vember 8, 1891. 
Will Sarah Rej oin ? Paris, November 5, 1 891 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, November 5, 1891 

Headless and Naked. Paris, November 5, 1891 

Radicals Return. Paris, November 5, 1891 

Prize Letters in Paris. Paris, November 5, 1891 

Escapade of Le Petit Due. Paris, November 6, 1891 

Play with a Harem. Paris, November 6, 1891 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, November 6, 1891 

Bingham Willing Dead. Paris, November 6, 1891 

Dom Pedro Talks. . Paris, November 7, 1891 

Rothschild v ersus Russia. Paris, November 7, 1891 

Pitfalls for Liberals. London, November 7, 1891 

Emigration of Russian Hebrews. London, November 7, 

1891. 
Won't Come to the Fair. Manchester, November 7, 1891 . 
Americans Who Will Winter in Paris. Paris, November 

7, 1891. 

Finance in England. London, November 7, 1891 

The Cooper-Hewitt Works. London, November 7, 1891. 
M. de Giers is Communicative. Weisbaden, November 

7, 1*91. 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, November 7, 1891 

Gambetta's Monument. Paris, November 8, 1891 

Marquis De Mores. Paris, November 9, 1891 



Proprietors. 



U.S. Bicycle Club Co., 

Winona, Minn. 
Physical Culture, 

New York. 
W. W. Reynolds, 

Greensburg, Ind. 
George E. Vickers, 

Philadelphia. 
Miss A. M. Stover, 

Richfield Springs, N. Y. 
E.V. Gerhart, Lancaster, Pa. 

Do. 
C. S. Burch, Chicago. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
The New York Times, 

New York. 
Do. 
Press Publishing Company, 
(N.Y. World), New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Damage in Paris. Paris, November 11, 1891. 



Belgium Suffers from the Hurricane. London, Novem- 
ber 11, 1891. 

Czar and Kaiser. Paris, November 11, 1891 

Coaching Around Paris. Paris, November 11, 1891 

Slaven Says He Will Sail on the Germanic. London. 
November 11, 1891. 

The Circle of Cachette. By Robert V. C. Meyers 



The Carriers' Address. January 1 , 1 892 

Dead in the Desert. By Alfred R. Calhoun.. 

S. Claus' Letter. By Annie I. Willis 

The Old Doll Milliner 

Christmas Thoughts ..: 

The New Wonderland 

A Lover and His Lass. By Mary K. Dallas. 

Of Public Nuisances 

Among Iucurabl es 

An Army of Claimants 

Col. Cockerill's Letter 



Novelties in Gew-Gaws 

Corners in Wheat 

Fashions in November 

What Women are Doing.... 

Col. Cockerill's Letter 

Leading Lady of Congress. 
What Women Are Doing... 

St. Peter's Chair 

Belles of Deseret 

Fashions in November 

Spokesmen of the Farmers 



Fielding Visits Dwight 

The Man of Fashion 

Choosing a Field Dog 

Equine Aristocracy 

Winter Fashions 

Some Innocent Games 

Scenes of Grief and Joy 

The Feathered Warriors 

The Man of Fashion 

Visitor's Guide to Mt. Vernon 



Score Card for Judging Horses 

Foster's Weather Forecasts. St. Joseph, Mo., Novem- 
ber 13, 1891. 
Real Estate Chart. November 8-14, 1 89 1 



Farm Directory. November 8-14, 1891 

Employment Guide. November 8-14, 1891 

Rooms for Rent. November 8-14, 1891 

Boarders Wanted. November 8-14, 1 89 1 

Hotel Directory. November 8-14, 1891 

Teachers. November 8-14, 1891 

Special Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, November 7-13. 



Proprietors. 



Mark Twain. His Life and Works. Chaps. 1-6 



James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

American Press Association, 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do.^ 
Elizabeth* B. Johnston, 

•Washington, D. C. 
W. H. Marrett, New York. 
W. T. Foster, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 

The Record Publishing Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
N. Y. Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 
W. M. Clemens, Hartford. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



International Clinics. By J. M. Keating and others .... 



Chambers' Encyclopedia. Vol. 4. New edition 

The Abandoned Claim. By Flora H. Longhead 

The Lady of Fort St. John. By Mary H. Catherwood 

///* / / Life of Colonel Paul Revere. /^By Elbridge H. Goss 

Y The King of Detectives. By Old Sleuth 

/ Compend on Physiology. By Win. J. Watkins 



Proprietors. 



Elder Northfield's House. By A. Jennie Bartlett. 

Fine Furs. Catalogue 

Le Misantrope. Par J B .-P. Moliere 

Christmas at the Abees. By A. S. Badger 



Christopher Columbus and the World of Progress. 
A Debt of Honor. By Mabel Collins 



The Penance of Portia Janus. By Tasura 

The Duchess of Powysland. By Grant Allen. 
A Chicago Bible Class. By U. N. Gestefeld... 
The Serf Lovers of Siberia. By Leon Lewis. ., 



Her Double Life. By Harriet Lewis 

John Sherman and Dhoya. By Ganconagh 



The Knighting of the Twins. By Clyde Fitch 

Her Father's Victim. Chapters 13 and 14. By Thos. 

P. Montfort. 
Suspension of the Power of Alienation. By S. Chaplin.. 

Phillips Brooks. An Estimate. By N. Dunbar 

Roster Ohio Veteran Association of Illinois 



Wolverton. By D. A. Reynolds 



Manual of Venereal Diseases. By E. M. Culver and J. 
H. Hayden. 

Duchess Annette. Translated by Max Maury 

Tutor for the Tenor Slide Trombone. By Otto Langey . . 

Bill Nye Towers High. By Bill Nye 

Northern Investment Company. Circular 



This is the House the Jags Built. By C. F. Wilson. 
Pearls 



The White House (92) Puzzle 

Doctor Jaeger's Sanitary Woolen System Company. Cat- 
alogue and Price List, 1891. 

The Lord' s Anointed 

The Nile by Dahabeeyeh. No. 4. By Osgood Putnam. 



Yorkie Wier. Chapter 19. 



The New Harry and Lucy. Chapter 22 

Hale and Lucretia P. Hale. 
The Hygienic Shoe 



By L. C. Rogers 

By Edw. E. 



J. B. Lippincott Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
F. H. Lough ead. 
M. H. Catherwood. 
E. H. Goss, Boston. 

George Munro, New York. 
W. J. Watkins, 

Louisville, Ky. 
A. J. Switzer. 
A. Jaeckel, New York. 

Ginn&Co., Boston. 

Nat'l Temperance Society 
and Publishing House, 

New York. 
Columbus Educational Pub. 
Co., Columbus, Ohio. 

United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper 
Company, Chicago. 
Stewart Chaplin, New York. 
J. G. Cupples, Boston. 
O. H. Oldfield, 

Springfield, 111. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Lea Brothers & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 
Edgar W. Nye,- New York. 
Northern Investment Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Wilson & Morton, Chicago. 
T. L. De Vinne&Co., 

New York. 
H. D. Unibstett, New York. 
Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Wool- 
en System Co., New York. 
Biglow & Main, New York. 
M. H. De Young, 

San Francisco. 
L. C. Rogers, 

Capioma, Kans. 
The Commonwealth Pub- 
lishing Co. , Boston. 
W. S. Armstrong, & Co. , 

Worcester, Mass. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Latest News from Europe. London, November 7, 1891. 
The Gem Library. Vol. 1, No. 2 

Pilgrimens Harpa. Ap. J. N. Russell 

Gatcomb's Boston Banjo Method. Compiled and ar- 
ranged by A. A. Babb. 

Gatcomb's Boston Guitar Method. Compiled and ar- 
ranged by Frank N. Scott. 

Progressive Singing Method 

Paul and Virginia. By Maliriee Lelwr 

Amerika. Nos. 8-15, inclusive 

Military Band Studies for the Clarionet. By E. A. Bos- 
worth. 
Contract Indemnity Company of America 

Phosphate Mining 

Harness. Table of Harness Oils 

Coe's Method for the Violin 

An Artist's Story of the Great War. Nos. 16-20. By 
Edwin Forbes. 

Share Certificate. Educational Provident Company 

The Game of S wist 

Favorite Dance Album 

The Leisure Hour Library. No. 321 

Our Money a False Measure of Value 

How to Study Sociology : . . 

The Housewife Club. November 12, 1891 

A Galahad of Nowadays. By Martha B. Banks 

The Oldest Drama in the World. The Book of Job. 
Arranged by Rev. Alfred Walls. 

Wright's Business Methods. By Prince Albert Wright. 

Thirteen Thousand Miles of Sight-seeing in Thirty Days. 
By Henry Boynton & Co. 

Henry B. Dwight's Insurance Survey Reports. October, 
1891. Second series. 

Two Republics of Rome and the United States of Amer- 
ica. By A. T. Jones. 

The Romance of a Chalet. By Mrs. Campbell Praed 

A Monody : To a Father's Memory. By Sarah P. Mor- 
rison. 
■ The Oddities of Shorthand. By John B. Carey 

The New York State Reporter. Edited by W. S. Gib- 
bons. Vol. 38. 

Reports of Cases at Law and in Chancery in the Su- 
preme Court of Illinois. N. L. Freeman, Reporter. 
Vol. 134. 

Barren Mares. By C. C. Lyford 

"Makers of America" — John Winthrop. By J. H. 

Twichell. 
' ' Makers of America ' '—Cotton Mather. By B. Wendell 
Benzon' s Black Book 



Proprietors. 



The Sun Print and Publish- 
ing Ass'n, New York. 
Chas. D. Sibley & Son, 

New York. 
J. N. Russell, Chicago. 

L. B. Gatcomb Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 

E. R. Ober, Montpelier, Vt. 
Henry Altemus, 

Philadelphia. 
Rudolph Cronau, New York. 
W. H. Cundy, Boston. 

Contract Indemnity Co. of 
America, Newark, N. J. 

Lidgerwood Manufacturing 
Company, New York. 

Harness Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 

Edwin Forbes. 

J. Merritt, Minneapolis. 
C. E. Buck, Boston. 

E. T. Root & Sons, Chicago. 

F. M. Lupton, New York. 
Chas. T. Philp, Denver. 
Funk & Wagnalls Co. , 

New York. 
Do. 
Hunt & Eaton, New York. 
Do. 

P. A. Wright, New York. 
H. Boynton, Augusta, Me. 

H. B. Dwight, New York. 

A. T. Jones, 

Battle Creek, Mich. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Sarah P. Morrison. 

John B. Carey. 
W.C. Little & Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 
N. L. Freeman, 

Springfield, 111. 

C. C. Lyford, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Alfred Benzon. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


The Justice's Manual for the State of South Dakota. By 
W. S. Booth. 

The Justice's Manual for the State of North Dakota, By 
W. S. Booth. 

Personal Reminiscences of Thirty -five Years of Journal- 
ism. By F. B. Wilkie. 

God and Home and Native Land. By Rev. P. C. Headley.. 

The International Band Book. By P. S. Gilmore and 

Carl Albert. 
J. B. Cramer, Piano Studies. Book 1,1—18 


W. S. Booth, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Do. 

F. J. Schulte&Co., 

Chicago, 111. 
James D. Ball, 

Boston, Mass. 
J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 

Edward Schuberth & Co., 


J. B. Cramer, Piano Studies. Book 2, 19-35 


New York. 
Do. 


J. B. Cramer, Piano Studies. Book 3. 36—51 


Do. 


J. B. Cramer, Piano Studies. Book 4,52-66 


Do. 


M. Clemen ti, Piano Studies. Book 1, 1-21 


Do. 


M. dementi, Piano Studies. Book 2, 22-32 


Do. 







PERIODICALS. 



The New York Medical Journal. November 7, 1891 



Cutaneous and Genito-Urinary Diseases. November, 
1891. 

Fox's Weekly. November 16, 1891 

The Journal of Industrial Education. October, 1891.... 



Festal Days. November, 1891 

Festal Days. Extra. Nos. 5-6 

Texas Sittings. November 21, 1891. 



The Christian Union. November 14, 1891. 
Fanciers' Journal. November 14, 1891..... 



The Architectural Era. November, 1891.. 
Western School Journal. November, 1891. 



The New South. November 12, 1891 

The American Field. November 14, 1891. 

Brooklyn Life. November 14, 1891 

The Sporting Life. November 14, 1891 ... . 



The National Police Gazette. November 21, 1891 
Current Law. November 9, 1891 



Short Stories. December, 1891. 



The New York Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. 

November, 1891. 
Forest and Stream. November 12, 1891 



The Penman's Journal. November, 1891. 
2 T E 



D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Do. 

Richard K. Fox, New York. 
The Owens Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 

Do. 
Texas Siftings Pub. Co., 

New York. 
The Christian Union Com- 
pany, New York. 
Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
D. Mason & Co. , New York. 
John McDonald, 

Topeka, Kans. 
W. H. Rowland, 

Richmond, Va. 
American Field Pub. Co., 

New York and Chicago. 
The Brooklyn Life Pub. 
Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sporting Life Pub. Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Richard K. Fox, NeAV York. 
The Law News Bureau, 

Chicago. 
The Current Literature Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
A. H. Buckmaster, 

New York. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
D. T. Ames, New York. 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Folio. November, 1891 

Familien Blatter. November 14, 1891. 
The Delineator. December, 1891 , 



Electrical Review. November 14, 1891.. 
The Practical Mechanic. October, 1891. 



The Golden Weekly. November 26, 1891 

The Boys of New York. November 28, 1891 

Good News. November 28, 1891 

New York Weekly. November 28, 1891 

Scientific American. November 14, 1891 

Scientific American Supplement. November 14, 1891.... 
St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. November 7-13, 1891 , 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. November 14, 1891 
The Rural New Yorker. November 14, 1891 



Houses and Stables. November, 1891. 
The Police News. November 14, 1891. 



Munsey's Magazine. September-October, 1891. 
Kate Field's Washington. November 11, 1891. 



Peopeietors. 



Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. November 14, 
1891. 

The American Paper Trade. November 7, 1891 

Buds and Blossoms. November, 1891 

The Sunday School Times. November 14, 1891 



Monthly Illustrated American. November, 1891. 

The Epoch. November 13, 1891 

Harper's Bazar. November 28, 1891 



Harper's Weekly. November 14, 1891 

Harper's Young People. November 10, 1891 
New York Clipper. November 14, 1891 



The Christian Herald. November 11. 1891 
Saturday Night. November 28, 1891 



Golden Days. November 21, 1891. 
The Argosy. November 21, 1891.. 



The Jewelers' Circular. November 11, 1891 



The Pilgrim of Our Lady of Martyrs. December, 1891. 
University Extension. November, 1891 , 



The Electrical Engineer. November 11, 1891 
The New York Ledger. November 14, 1891 .. 
Harness Gazette. November, 1891 



White-Smith & Co., Boston. 
S. Zickel, New York. 

Butterick Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Co., New York. 
Practical Mechanic Publish- 
ing Co., Worcester, Mass. 
Frank Tonsey, New York. 

Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Munn & Co., New York. 

Do. 
P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 
The Rural Pub. Co., 

New York. 
C. M. Dissoway, New York. 
Police News Pub. Co., 

Boston. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
The Judge Publishing Co., 
New York. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 
J. F. Avery, New York. 
Jno. D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
Illustrated American Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Epoch Pub. Co. , New York. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Frank Queen Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
R. S. Dewey, Philadelphia. 
American Society for the 
Extension of University 
Teaching, Philadelphia. 
Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 

Harness Gazette Company, 

Rome, N. Y. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Farm and Home. November 15, 1-91 

Biles' Whisky Price List, November 2, 1891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. November 11, 1891 

Western Electrician. November 14, 1891 

The Yankee Blade. November 14, 1891 

The Architectural and Building Monthly. November, 

1891. 
The Electrical World. November 14, 1891 

The American Machinist. November 12, 1891 

Home and Farm. November 15, 1891 

Garden and Forest. November 11, 1891.. 

The Illustrated Christian Weekly. November 14, 1891 ... 

Merck's Bulletin. November, 1891 

Railway Hand-Book. November 1 , 1 891 

Painting and Decorating. November, 189 1 

Medico-Legal Journal. September, 1891 

The Sanitarian. November, 1891 

Mission News. November, 1891 

Ave Maria. November, 1891 

The Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, Nos. 17-18 

The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 17, Nos. 7-8 

The Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, Nos. 27-28 

The Federal Reporter. Vol. 47, Nos. 6-7 

The Southern Reporter. Vol. 10, No. 2 

The Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 18 

The Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 15 

The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 15 

Golden Hours. November, 1891 

The Family Story Paper. November 21, 1891 

New York Fireside Companion. December 5, 1891 

Bankers' Monthly. November, 1 891 

The American Contractor. November 7, 1 891 

The American Architect. November 7, 1891 

Medical News. November 7, 1891 

The Iowa Sunday School Teacher. November, 1891 

The Gist. November, 1891 

The Teacher. October, 1891 ... 

American Investments. November, 1891 



The Phelps Publishing Co., 
Springfield, Mass. 
J. W. Biles & Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Jewelers 1 Weekly Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Electrician Pub. Co., 

Chicago. 
Potter & Potter, Boston. 
A. J. Bicknell, New York. 

W. J. Johnston Company, 
New York. 

American Machinist Pub. 
Company, New York. 

Home and Farm Publishing- 
Co., Louisville, Ky. 

Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Illustrated Christian Week- 
ly Company, New York. 

E. Merck, New York. 

Railway Hand-Book Pub. 
Co., San Francisco- 

House Painting and Decorat. 
ing Pub. Co. , Philadelphia, 

Clark Bell, New York. 

A. N. Bell, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Jno. H. Boynton, 

New York. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind.' 
West Pub. Co., St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
George Munro, New York. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 

B. Edwards & Co., Chicago. 
Ticknor&Co.. Boston. 
Lea Brothers & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Saml. I. Lindsay, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
Gist Publishing Companv, 

Medina, N. Y. 
The Teacher Company, 

New York. 
The Niagara Pub. Co., 

Buflalo, N. Y. 



12 



PERIODIC ALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Medical Record. November 7, 1891. 



The American Journal of Obstetrics. November, 1891. 

The New Nation. November 7, 1891 ; 

The Graphic. November 7, 1891 

American Horse Breeder. November 7, 1891 

The American Florist. November 5-12, 1891 



Illustrated Christian Weekly. November 7, 1891 

The Farmers' Review. November 4, 1891 

The School Journal. November 7, 1891 

The American Stock-Keeper. November 7, 1891.. 



The Elite News. November 7, 1891 

The Insurance Critic. November, 1891 

The Youth's Companion. November 12, 1891. 
The Arkansaw Traveler. November 14, 1891 . 



Proprietors. 



The Internal Revenue Record. November 9, 1891 



The Banking Law Journal. November 1, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. November 9, 1891 

The Inland Printer. November, 1891 

Texas Sittings. November 14, 1891 



The Great Divide. November, 1891 



The Railway and Corporation Law Journal. November 

7, 1891. 
The Students' Journal. November, 1891 ' 



The Teachers' Institute. November, 1891 



The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. November 

7, 1891. 
The Central Law Journal. November 6, 1891 



Lend a Hand. November, 1891 



The Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary 

Archives. November, 1891. 
Inter-State Commerce Reports. Vol. 3, Nos. 33-36. 

November 4, 1891. 
Lawyers' General Digest. Book 7, Nos. 1-2. October 

21, 1891. 
Parker's Supplementary Reader. November, 1891 



The Grocer's Hand-Book. November 2, 1891 
The Look-Out. November, 1891 



United States Treasury Counterfeit Detector. Novem- 
ber, 18?1. 

The Time Table. November 9, 1891 

Architecture and Building. November 7, 1891 

The Engineering Record. November 7, 1891 

The Banner Weekly. October 31, 1891 



Wm. Wood &Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Edward Bellamy, Boston. 
The Graphic Co., "Chicago. 
George B. James, Boston. 
American Florist Pub. Co., 
Chicago. 
Illustrated Christian Weekly 
Company, New York. 

H. H. Chandler & Co., 

Chicago. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
American Stock-Keeper Pub. 
Company, Boston. 

Elite News Co. , Chicago. 
Geo. W. Corliss, New York. 
Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 
Review Printing Co., 

Chicago. 
W. C. & F. P. Church, 

New York. 
Thomas B. Paton, New York. 

F. T. Low, New York. 
Inland Printer Co. , Chicago. 
Texas Sittings Pub. Co. , 

New York. 
Great Divide Pub. Co. , 

Denver. 
L. K. Strouse&Co., 

New York. 
Andrew J. Graham, 

New York. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Wm. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Central Law Journal Co., 

St. Louis. 
J. Stillman Smith & Co., 

Boston. 

W. A. Conklin and R. S. 

Huidekoper, New York. 

Lawyers' Cooperative Pub. 

Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Do. 

C. M. Parker, 

Taylorsville, 111. 
McCord-Brady Co., Omaha. 
J. Stillman Smith & Co., 

Boston. 
W. Dickerman, New York. 

Frey & Co., Baltimore. 

W. T. Comstock, New York. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The National Standard. September-October, 1891 

The Shopper. November 7, 1891 

Demorest's Family Magazine. December, 1891 "... 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland und Amerika. November 

11, 1891. 
The. Missouri Philatelist. November, 1891 

Life. November 12, 1891 

The Illustrated American. November 14, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. November 7, 1891 , 

American Notes and Queries. Index to Vol. 7. May- 
October, 1891. 



Proprietors. 



Daniel Brown, New York. 
Emily Rayner, New York. 
W. J. Demurest, New York. 
Gennania Publishing Co., 

New York. 
Co math Stamp & Publish- 
ing Co., St. Louis. 
Mitchell & Mullen, 

New York 
Illustrated American Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co., Philadelphia. 
Do. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Si, The Tramp. A melodrama. By Wm. F. Ensign. 

The Little Jade 

The Surrender 



Wm. F. Ensign, 

San Francisco. 
Lee Bascom. 
E. F. Riggs. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Esterhazy Ripple. By Mrs. Alice C. Hill 

Fortuna. Grand march. By Waldemar Malmene 

Love's Dream After the Ball. By Alphonse Czibulka ; 

arranged by J. Helmesberger. 
Give Me Thy Love. By Milton Wellings ; arranged by 

J. Helmesberger. 
Song Without Words. By Wallenhaupt ; arranged by 

J. Helmesberger. 

Ave Maria. By G. Lezzi ; arranged by Chas. Lange 

Here is One Leaf. Words by Thomas Moore ; music by 

Emile Karst. / 

Ambrosian. Grand march, by H. Hegarty 

Love's Dreamland After the Ball. By Alphonse Czi- 
bulka ; revised by K. Klindwwth. 
Sunday. Medley march. By C. L. Brigham, for band. 

The Coons' Picnic. By L. P. Laurendeau, for band 

Lobelia Waltzes. By L. P. Laurendeau, for orchestra.. 
Col. Bancroft. March. By W. F. Burrell, for orchestra. 
Enterprise. March. By W. F. Burrell, for orchestra.... 

Abide With Me. By Henry Houseley 

When Other Friends. Words and music by Lorena 

Hood-Fenn. Op. 1. 

Mariposa Caprice. By Gonzalo de J. Nunez. Op. 2 

All Kinds of Girls. Words and music by Frederick 

Simonson. 
Have You Ever Noticed That ? Words by Edwin F. 

Gardner ; music by Frederick Simonson. 



Mrs. Alice C. Hill, 

Washington, D. C. 
Balmer & Weber Music 
House Co. , St. Louis, Mo. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Mace Gay, Brockton, Mass. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Henry Houseley. 
J. H. Schroeder, New York. 

Do. 
Thos. Goggan & Bro. , 

Galveston, Tex. 
Do. 



14 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Lo, the Day of Rest Declineth. By G. Federlin 

The Veil of Eve is Falling. By O. B. Brown 

Hark ! What Mean Those' Holy Voices. By C. S. Elliot. 
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear. Anthem. By J. 
W. Goodrich. 

Evocation. Orchestra. By E. Gillet 

Echo of the Woods. By Marius Rousseau 

The Gy psies' Schottische. By Alfred Chenet. 

After the Review. By Alfred Chenet 

Mass in G. For four voices. By Henry S. Perry 

Christ's Nativity. By H. P. Danks 

The Glorious News. By H. P. Danks 

Heavenly Voices. By H. P. Danks 

In the Sweet Long Ago. By H. P. Danks 

'Tis All for Thee. Song. Soprano or tenor. By Chas. 
H. Hoyt. 

Rustic Chivalry. Potpourri. Arranged by Albert W. 
Berg. 

And There Were Shepherds. Anthem. By W. C. Wil- 
liams. 

Hark ! What Mean Those Holy Voices ? Anthem. By 
Haesche. 

Get on Board de Train. Song. By H W. Potter.. 

Tally Ho. Galop. Banjo. By Ike Browne 

Manola Waltz. By Paul Keller 

Belle Coquette. Gavotte. Piano. By Paul Keller 

Good Night. Reverie. Piano. By Paul Keller 

Japanese March. Piano. By Paul Keller 

Rest and Dreams. Serenade. Piano. By Paul Keller. 

La Cigale Waltz. Piano. By B. M. Davison 

The Praise of Woman. By Dr. Elsinheimer. 

Entrata in Roma. Mandolin. Arranged by E. Gargiulo. 
La Befana Polka. Mandolin. Arranged by E. Gargiulo. 

Brazilian Air. Arranged by Winthrop 

Life Has Many A Pleasant Hour. Quartet. By E. L. 
Ashford. 

Lullaby. Violin and piano By Franz Wald 

Lullaby. Violin. By Franz Wald 

March and Postlude. By D. W. Hyde 

Sonata No. 1 . G maj or. By Joseph Haydn 

Sonata No. 2. G maj or. By W. A . Mozart 

Sonata No. 3. G major. By W. A. Mozart 

Kleine Serenade. Piano. By A. Griinfeld 

Melodie. Piano. By J. J. Paderewski. Op. 16. No. 2. 

Dolce Speranza. Piano solo. By F. J. Hatton 

The Coda. Arranged from F. Ousley 

To Hail Thy Coming. Anthem . By C. T. Steele 

The Aurora. Music and dance. By C. G. Sweet 

Maggie Murphy's Own. By Miles O'Malley 

Cavalleria Rusticana. Selections. By P. Mascagni 

Tollento Galop. Violin and piano. Arranged by Sep. 
Winner. 



Pkopkietobs. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Marius Rousseau. 
Alfred Chenet & Co. , Boston. 

Do. 
H. S. Perry, 

Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 
Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



L. B. Gatcomb Co., Boston. 


Do. 




White-Smith 


Music Pub- 


lishing Company, Boston. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




The John Church Co. , 




Cincinnati. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Edward Schuberth & Co., 




New York. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Ginn & Co., 


Boston. 


Geo. Molineux 


, New York. 


C. G. Sweet, 


Chicago. 


S. Turney, 




Atlantic City, N. J. 


National Music Co., 




Chicago. 


Sep. Winner. 








15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continue! >. 



Titles. 



Her Bright Smile Haunts Me and Variations. Arranged 

by Sep. Winner. 

When Cassidy's Chasing the Duck. By J. P. Skelly 

La Danse de Jupe. By F. Eplett ; arranged by M. H. 

Rosenlield. 
Thou Art Not Near Me. Song. Words by F. E. 

Weatherly ; music by W. G. Smith. 
The Three Flowers. Song. AVords by G. F. Selberling : 

music b} r Chas. S. Burnham. 
Inspiration March. By A. F. Kornfeld 

The Princess March. Two banjos. By Clarence L. 

Partee. 

Beauty ' s Dream Waltz. Piano. By T. B. Huy ck 

You Know You Do. Song. By H. S. Aver and F. R. 

Gillis. 

Baby Swinging. Song. By R . C. Garland 

Medley Waltz. Orchestra, By R. W. Atkinson 

King Cupid. Orchestra. By T. H. Rollinson 

Evening Song to the Virgin. Arranged by A. P. Wy man 

A Million Wanted. Words by F. Adkins : music by A. 
F. Loud. 

Infelice. Fantasia Polka. By J. S. Cox '. 

Christian Endeavor Battle Hymn. Poem by G. B. Put- 
nam ; music by J. E. Trowbridge. 

The Old Bridge. Song. By Edward Oxenford and 
Oliver King. 

The Bumblebee. Caprice. Violin. By Josef Trous- 
selle. 

Evening. Reverie. Violin. By Josef Trousselle 

Serenade. Sweet Thought. Band. By W. S. Repley.. 

Buds and Blossoms. Band. By W. S. Repley 

Quick March. Quindaro. Band. By Geo. Southwell.. 

Galop. "Rip-Tear." Band. By Geo. Southwell 

Serenade. The Afterglow. Band. By W. S. Repley .. 

The Close of Day. Band. By W. S. Repley 

Processional March. Piano and three voices. By Henry 

Schwing. 

Brindisi, in E flat. Piano. By Seymour Smith 

The Latch Key March. Band. Arranged by L. L 

Coffin. 
Remembrance of Petersburg. March. Band. Arranged 

by J. H. Feagans. 

Overture, The Viking's Dream. Orchestra. 

Comrades and Playmates. Waltzes. Arranged by F. 

Fiala 
Sleepy Hollow. Waltz. By H. B. Hall 

Life on the Mississippi. By Samuel Hosfeld.. 

Loindu Bal. Waltz. By'E. Gillet 

Baccarat Polka. By J. Herman 

All on Board. Galop. By Richard Stahl 

Pomposo Polka. By Geo. E. Jennings 

Nemo Quadrille. By W. S. Milton 

Skirt Dance. Schottische. By Meyer Lutz 

Hip, Hip, Hurrah! March. By Richard Stahl 

Happy Thoughts. By Samuel Hosfeld 



Proprietors. 



Sep. Winner. 

.1. Schott, New York. 

.lames Cordon Bennett, 

New York. 
J. II. Rogers, 

Cleveland, < )hio. 
Do. 

Hitchcock ei McCargo Pub. 

Company, New York. 

John F. Ellis & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
Do. 
Frank R. Gillis, 

Washington, D. C. 
R. C. Garland. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Boose3 r & Co., 

London, England. 
St. Cecilia Music Pub. Co., 
London, England. 
Do. 
Geo. Southwell, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Henry Schwing, Baltimore. 

Do. 
Brophy Bros., Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 
Thompson & Odell, Boston. 

Geo. B. Jenkin, 

Tarrytown, N. Y. 
J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 
Copenhagen. Polka. By Karl Kaps - 


Proprietors. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 
Do. 


Caroaencita Waltz. By J. S. Cox 


Poor Jonathan. Waltzes. By C. Millocker 


Do. 


Olympus. Quickstep. By G. Southwell 


Do. 
Do. 


They're After Me. Quickstep. By H. G. Clifton 


Do. 


Stability. Quickstep. By G. Southwell 

Mary and John Medley. Waltz. By Gus. Hattou 


Do. 
Do. 
Do 


The Beautiful Princess. Overture. By K. Clarens 

Sunshine. Waltzes. By L. P. Laurendean 

La Mia Speranza. Polka. By A. Liberati ; arranged 

by D. L. Ferrazzi, for cornet and piano. 
Vndalusia. Waltzes. By Ch. Le Thiere 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 


Griselda. Overture. Bv Richard Stahl.. 


Do. 


The Police Patrol . By Richard Stahl 

The Highland Beauty. Mazurka, By E. Tavan-Muller.. 
Grace Darling. By Felix McGlennon ; arranged by M. 
H. Rosenfeld. 


Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do 

Do 


When Far Away. Waltz Song. Words by J. P. Wil- 
son ; music by H. S. Krouse. 

That is Love. Words and music by Felix McGlennon ; 
arranged by E. Form an. 

Electric Grand March. By W. Bonney 


Broder & Schlam, 

San Francisco. 
Do. 

R. C. Burton, Utica, N. Y. 
H. T. Smith, 


Dear Woman. By H. T. Smith 


Drink to the Girls Left Behind Us. By H. T. Smith 

AVe Were Boys Together. By H. T. Smith 


Washington, D. C. 
Do. 
Do. 


Alas ! and Did My Savior Bleed ! By E. W. Crozier 

The Grapevine Swing. Words by S. M. Peck ; music 

by F. S. Knowlton. 
Russian Cradle Song. By Plato n- BrounofF. 


The S. Brainard's Sons Co., 
Chicago. 
Do. 

Do. 


Only Love Me. Words by G. F. Lyman ; music by H. 

W. Petrie. 
Song of the Dving Chief. Words by C. B. Soule ; music 

by H. S. Sawyer. 
The Pretty Maid in Pink Arrayed. Words by C. B. 

Soule ; music by H. S. Sawyer. 
Mazurka. By V. Hollaendt r 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do 


Spanish Dance. By V. Hollaender 


Do. 


Orange Blossoms. Waltz. By F. J. Kugler. for guitar.. 
Sawyer's Slumber Song. Words by Chas. B. Soule ; 

music by H. S. Sawyer. 
My Kathleen's Coming Back Again. By J. P. Westen- 

dorf. 
Grand College Galop. By M. Dojan 


Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 


Cappa's Band. March. By Fassett ; arranged by J. E. 
Hartel. 

Impromptu. By R. Ferber 

C'est Gentil. Mazurka de Salon. By R. Ferber 


Do. 

Do. 
Do. 


A Jolly Sleigh Ride. By R. Ferber 


Do. 


Los Paraguas. Mazurka. Arranged by Wm. Schade 

Pretty Shepherdess. Gavotte. Orchestra. By Lau- 

rendau. 
Mari tana. Selections. By Wallace 


Wm. H. Cundy, Boston. 
Do. 

Do 


Cinderella. Schottische. By Miss N. E. Parker 


N. E. Parker, Dallas, Tex. 



17 



musical compositions-continued. 



Titles. 


Propeietoes. 


Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. By Geo. Garrett 


Novello, Ewer & Co., 




London. 


Black Diamond. March. Arranged by Chas. C. Ber- 


Chas. C. Bertholdt, 


tholdt. 


St. Louis. 


True to Thee Ever. By A. H. Owen and H. M. Justice... 


•Emanon Music Pub. Co., 




Philadelphia, 


Andante, in A. Organ. By Jos. H. Clough ... 


Weekes & Co., London. 


I Wonder if She is Thinking of Me. By Jno. H. Black- 


M. Witmark & Sons, 


ford. 


New York. 


You and I. By Raymon Moore 


Do. 


Parnell Should Have a Statue of Gold. By M. J. Murphy.. 


Do. 


The Open Switch. By Cy. Warnian and H. B. Izard 


D. Field & Co., Denver. 


Millefleur. Piano. By E. Claudet 


Robert Cocks & Co. , 




London, England. 


March e Superba. Piano. By P. Lassalle 


Do. 


Indolenza. Piano. By P. Lassalle 


Do. 


La Varsovie. Piano. By P. Lassalle 


Do. 


Le Pas Perdu. Piano. By P. Lassalle 


Do. 


Bona-V entura. Piano. By P. Lassalle 


Do. 


La Campagne. By P. Lassalle 


Do. 


Barcarolle. Piano. By G. A. Holmes 


Do. ' 


Marcia. Piano. By G. A. Holmes 


Do. 


Rustic Dance. Piano. By G. A. Holmes 


Do. 


Intermezzo. Piano. By G. A. Holmes 


Do. 


Serenata. Piano. By G. A. Holmes 


Do. 


Sartarella. Piano. By G. A. Holmes 


Do! 


Serenade. Violin and piano. By Leo Stern. Op. 8 


Do. 


Mazurka Fantastique. Violin and piano. By Leo 


Do. 


Stern. Op. 7. 




Gavotte Ancienne. Violin and piano. By Leo Stern 


Do. 


The Mountain Rose. Schottische. By E. Boggetti 


Do. 


The Ingle Nook. Song. By N. Pentland and J. H. 


Do. 


Carson. 




The Daisy Gavotte. Piano. By John Abram ; . . . 


Chas. Sheard&Co., 




London, England. 


Roundelay, in G. Piano. By Seymour Smith 


Do. 


Do This. Song. By Morton & Eaton 


Do. 


Norah Brady. Ballad. By Chas. Williams 


Do. 


What Can a Man Do Now? Song. By Chas. Osborne... 


Do. 


I'm in the Chair. Song. By E. W. Rogers 


Do. 


The Grass Widower. By J. H. Woodhouse 


Do. 


We've Got Some Lodgers in, but We Can't Get 'em out. 


Do. 


By Harry Boden. 




Never Introduce Your Donah to a Pal. By A. E. Duran- 


Do. 


deau. 




Come and Have a Tid'ly Round the Corner. By Will. 


Do. 


Goodwin. 




For the Sake of the Dear Little Girls. Song. By Felix 


Frank Tousey, New York. 


McGlennon. 





MAPS. 



Outline Map of Michigan and the United States. 

Aberdeen, Wash 

3 T E 



Educational Publishing Co. , 
Detroit, Mich. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (X't'd), New York. 



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Titles. 



Waupaca, Wis 

Bloomsburg, Pa... 

Berwick, Pa 

Hanover, Pa 

Lakewood, N. J... 
New Castle, Del... 
Egg Harbor, N. J 

Victoria, Tex 

Hoquiam, Wash... 
Montesano, Wash. 
Lockport, 111 



Proprietors. 



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pany (L't'd), 
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Do. 
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Map Corn- 
New York. 



CHARTS. 



Course of Study for District Schools 

Allemania-Gesangverein 

Eureka Dress-Cutting System 

The Ladies' Aid 



John O. Lewellen, 

Muncie, Ind. 
Frank Liebig, Philadelphia. 
Leach & Davis. 
Mrs. M. Ennest. 



ENGEAVINGS. 



T. DeWitt Talmage 

Our Mission 

Autograph Letters of Abraham Lincoln 

Certificate of Membership 

Chicago and Alton R. R 

Las Casas Bewailing the Cruelty of the Spaniards 
Mending Their Ways 

Young Bacus 

The Solitude of Nature. By Wm. C. Clem 



Chas. Burt, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
D. Lawrence, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 
H. C. Whitney. 
J. Merritt, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

James Charlton, G. P. & T. A. 

Chicago & Alton R, R. Co. 

Gebbie & Co. , Philadelphia. 

Robert S. Redfield. 

New York. 
R. Bleyer, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Max Jacoby, New York. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Imperial Granum Food. Young America 

The Battle of Nashville 

The Battle of Corinth 

The Exposition of the Holy Coat of the Lord Jesus. 



Imperial Granum Co. 
Eurz & Allison, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 






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GHROMOS. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


No. 2208. Des. 1 


L. Prang & Co. , Boston. 
Do 


No. 2208. Des. 2 


No. 2144. Des. 1 


• Do 


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Do 


No. 2144. Des. 3 


Do 


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Do 


No. 2183 


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No. 2212. Des. 5 


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Do. 


No. 2144. Des. 1 


Do 


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No. 2144. Des. 3 


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PHOTOGRAPHS. 



827. Philadelphia, U. S. N 

828. Philadelphia, U. S. N 

840. Bennington, U. S. N 

New Parks Commission of New York City 

Colored Delegates to Second Ecumenical Methodist Con 

ference. 

Going to Vespers 

The Evening Vespers 

141. The Old Man of the Mountain 

No. 8. Julia Arthur 

No. 9. Julia Arthur 

No. 10. Julia Arthur 

Nos. 4, 5, and 6, of Eita 

F. C. Almy 

The Fastest Train in the World. N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. 



J. 


S. Johnston, 
Do. 
Do. 


New York. 


Chas. F. Naegele, New York. 


C. 


M. Bell, 






Washington, D. C. 


Stine & Rosch, 


Chicago. 




Do. 




C. P. Hibbard, Lisbon, N. H. 


B. 


J. Falk, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


New York. 


J. 


W. Colby. 




A 


P. Yates, Syracuse, N. Y. 



DESIGNS, 



Cable Carriage. Lidgerwood 

The Hoisting Engine 

The Old Way, 

Hoisting Engine for Harris-Miller Cableway 
View at Head End of Cableway 



Lidgerwood Manufacturing 
Company, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



20 

DESIGNS— Continued 
Titles. 

Deep Pit Mining for Phosphate Rocks 

Unloading 

In the Pit— Loading 

PAINTING. 

Cupid's Chariot. By W. Webber...., 



Proprietors. 



Lidgerwood Manufacturing 
Company, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 



W. Webber, New York. 






TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. SO. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTEEED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON, 



UNDEE 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



November 16 to November 21, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright 
has been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 
1891. 






Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Appellate Court Reports. Vol. 38. By Edwin Burritt 
Smith. 

Addison on Torts. By Horace Smith. 2 vols 

Supreme Court Reports, New York. Vol. 67. By Mar- 
cus T. Hun. 

Dauforth & Wickes' New York Court of Appeals Di- 
gest. Vol. 2. Vols. 95 to 125, inclusive. 

Portfolio World's Columbian Exposition, 1893 



The Santa Claus Man and Other Recitations. Compiled 

by W. L. Mason. 
Mar Hereford's Dream. By Edna Lyall 



The National Temperance Almanac and Teetotalers' 
Year Book. 1*92. By J. N. Stearns. 

Cleaning and Restoration of Oil Paintings, Water Colors, 
and Engravings. 

Test Questions to Accompany American Literature 

Lessons in Mathematical Geography. By Silas Y. Gillan. 

Joining the Turpanites. By David Hill 



The Chaperon. By Rachel E. Baker. 
Sunday. By E. J.Waggoner 



Baptism ; Its Significance. By E. J. Waggoner 

Bible Questions and Answers Concerning Man. By A. T. 
Jones. 

Living by Faith. By E. J. Waggoner 

The Counterfeit and the Genuine. By M. C. Wilcox 

Can We Keep the Sabbath ? By E. J. Waggoner 

The Talents. By M. C. Wilcox 

Congress and Sunday Legislation 

God and Csesar 

A Union Between Protestants and Catholics '. 

An Attempt to "Christianize" the Government 

English Social Movements. By Robert Arcby Woods.... 



On the Threshold. 
California Reports. 



By Theodore T. Munger 

Vol. 89. By C. P. Pomeroy. 



Salem Historical Calendar. 1892 

Absent Metaphysical Treatment. Bj Leander Edmund 
Whipple. 

Instruction in Metaphysical Healing. By Leander Ed- 
mund Whipple. 

Public Statues and Monuments of New York 



Yoernelle. By Frank Norris. 



Manual of Veterinary Specific Homeopathy. 
Humphreys. 

(3) 



By F. 



Proprietors. 



Callaghan & Co., Chicago. 

Banks & Bros. , New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

The Winters' Art Lithograph 

Company, Chicago. 

A. M. Tompkins, New York. 

United States Book Com- 
pany, New York. 

National Temperance So- 
ciety and Publication 
House, New r York. 

M. O'Brien & Son, Chicago. 

D. C. Heath & Co., Boston. 
Silas Y. Gillan, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Walter H. Baker & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 
Pacific Press Publishing 
Company, Oakland, Cal. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Theodore T. Munger, 

New Haven, Conn. 

Bancroft-Whitney Company, 

San Francisco. 

A. A. Stewart, Salem, Mass. 

L. E. Whipple, New York. 

Do. 

Palliser, Palliser & Co., 

New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Humphreys' Homeopathic 

Medicine Co., New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Book of Light. By Gilbert Johnson 

My Canadian Journal. 1872-'78. By the Marchioness 

of Dufferin and Ava. 
The Information Readers No. 2. By H. Warren Clifford. 

Tiddledywink Tales. By John Kendrick Bangs , 

Industrial Primary Arithmetic. By James Baldwin , 

Property Record 

Racine: Andromaque , 

The Regent's Daughter. By Alexander Dumas 

Le Chevalier D'Harmental. By Alexander Dumas , 

The Page of the Duke of Savoy. By Alexander Dumas. 
2 vols. 

The Two Dianas. By Alexander Dumas. 3 vols , 

The Black Tulip, 1. By Alexander Dumas 

Friendship the Master Passion. By H. Clay Trumbull.. 

A Song of Life. By Margaret Warner Morley , 

A Short History of England for Young People. By Miss 

E. S. Kirkland. 

Neptune's Daughter. By J. R. Hald 

Texas Form Book and Laws of Business. By John Sayles 

and C. C. Garrett. 
Lawyers' Reports, Annotated. Book 12. By Robert 

Desty. 
American and English Corporation Cases. Vol. 32 

Hill's Annotated Statutes and Codes of Washington. 
Vol. 2. 

Valeria and Other Poems. By Harriet Monroe , 

The Parlor Calendar to the Year 2000 

The Parlor Calendar from 1753 to 2000 

Muskegon City Directory, 1891 -'91. Vol. 5 

The Office Collection Book. Designed hy Oscar C. Mack 

witz. 
The Practical Home Physician . 

History of the United States of America. Vol. 5. By 

James Schouler. 
Bovaird & Seyfang, Manufacturers of Oil Well Machinery. 

A Glimpse of Great Salt Lake, Utah 

Artificial Anaesthesia and Anaesthetics. By De Forest 

Willard and Lewis H. Adler, jr. 
Record of the Rust Family. By Albert D. Rust 

Retrospection and Introspection. By Mary Baker G. 

Eddy. 
The Medical News Visiting List. 1892 



Proprietors. 



Gilbert Johnson, 

Grandin, Mo. 

D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Boston School Supply Co., 

Boston. 
John Kendrick Bangs, 

Yonkers, N. Y. 
James Baldwin, 

E. Orange, N. J. 
Kellogg & Tower, 

Galesville, Wis. 
Ginn & Co., Boston. 

Little, Brown & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
H. Clay Trumbull, 

Philadelphia. 
A. C. McClurg&Co., 

Chicago. 
Do. 

J. R. Hald, Chicago. 

The Gilbert Book Co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 
The Lawyer's Co-operative 
Pub. Co., Rochester, N. Y. 
Edward Thompson Co., 

Northport, N. Y. 
Wm. Lair Hill, 

Washington. 
Harriet Monroe, Chicago. 
J. T. McKenna, New York. 

Do. 
R. L. Polk & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
Oscar C. Mackwitz, 

St. Louis. 
Star Publishing Co. , 

Chicago. 
James Schouler, Boston. 

Bovaird & Seyfang, 

Bradford, Pa. 

E. L. Lomax, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
George S. Davis, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Albert D. Rust, sr. , 

Waco, Tex. 
Mary Baker G. Eddy, 

Boston. 
Lea Brothers & Co., 

Philadelphia. 



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Titles. 






Bevel-Gears. By John W. Newall 

Winifrede's Journal. By Emma Marshall 

A Graded List of Studies and Pieces for the Organ. Com 

piled hy Everett E. Truette. 
The Voyage. By Washington Irving 

New Franklin Advanced Fourth Reader. By George S 
Hillard. 

Two Keys. By Mrs. Georgie Sheldon 

The Widow Lerouge. By Emile Gaboriau 

Repented at Leisure. By Bertha M. Clay 

The Poet and His Self. By Arlo Bates 

Pastels of Men. By Paul Bourget 

Universal Price Book 

Atlas of the City of Allegheny, Pa. Vol. 2 

Sermons by the Monday Club. For 1892 

The Dramatic Essays of Charles Lamb 

Chats with Girls on Self-Culture. By Eliza Chester 

Population Craze 

Just a Moment, Please. By M. De La Noue 

Health Culture.. By G. Jaeger, 

David Lindsay. By Mrs. E. D. E. N. South worth 

The Andover Directory. 1891 

The Blue Pavilions. By "Q." 

A Text-book of Physics. By Hall and Bergen 

Musicians' Directory and Diary of Boston and Vicinity. 
The Law of Suretyship and Guaranty. By George W. 

Brandt. 2 vols. 
Wisconsin Reports. Vol. 78. By Frederic K. Conover. 

Code of West Virginia. Third edition. 1891. Com 

piled by John A. Warth. 
Law of Sunday. By James T. Ringgold 

The Young American Annual. No. 2. Edited by Rt 

Rev. Samuel Fallows. 
Health, Wealth, and Happiness. By Edward S. Ellis. . 

Setting Up Exercises of the Regular Army... 

TheU. S. Bicycle Club Company 

King Charles' Shilling. By Edward Everett Hale 

A Lover and His Lass. By Mary Kyle Dallas 



Propkietoks. 



Brown & Sharp Mfg. Com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Macmillan & Co., 

New York. 
Everett E. Truette, Boston. 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Taintor Bros. & Co., 

New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 

Do. 
Kiggins & Tooker Company, 
New York. 
G. M. Hopkins, 

Philadelphia. 

Congregatio nal Sunday 

School and Pub. Society, 

Boston. 

Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
J. J. Bell, Windsor, N. Y. 
M. De la Noue, New York. 
Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Wool- 
en System Co., New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
E. B. Butterfield, 

Ayer, Mass. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
John M. Sch ell, Boston. 
George W. Brandt, Chicago. 

Thos. J. Cunningham, Sec'y 
State, Madison, Wis. 

Warth & Briggs, 

Charleston, W. Va, 
Frederick D. Linn & Co., 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Samuel Fallows, Chicago. 

B. F.Johnson & Co., 

Richmond. Va. 
' ' Physical Culture, ' ' 

New York. 

U. S. Bicycle Club Company, 

Winona, Minn. 

The Authors' Alliance. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The House the "Jags" Built 

Souvenirs of Les Miserables 

Typewriting Systematized. By H. W. Lowe 

The Ethics of School Life. By Juniata Stafford 

Special Kabeldepeschen. Berlin, November 14-20 

No. 2. Supplement Sheet of Postal Inserts 

Prospectus — The Ehode Island Physiatric Sanitarium. . . . 

The Bicycle in Battle 

A Tragedy of Our Time 

Fought to a "Frazzle" 

Some Yankee Heroes 

Contract Indemnity Company of America 

Society in Rome. Rome, November 12 

In European Courts. Paris, November 12 

Eclipse of the Moon. Paris, November 12 

The French Cabinet Firm. Paris, November 12 

Sailing for America. Paris, November 13 

Old Times' Last Trip. Paris, November 13 

The Monongahela. Nice, November 13 

Miners' Strike in France. Paris, November 13 

Is De Brazza Dead ? Paris, November 13 

Money Market Abroad. London, November 13 

Miss Ada's Little Speech. London, November 13 

' ' Fraulein Mendel ' ' Dead. Paris, November 14 

Our European Edition. Paris, November 14 

Lord Salisbury's Waning Power. London, November 14 

Money Market Abroad. London, November 14.. 

Finance and Trade. London, November 14 

Socialism in France — How Organized. Paris, November 
14. 

Paris' Frowning Skies. Paris, November 14 

Slavin Still Silent. London, November 14 

Warnings of War. Paris, November 15 

Italian Plunderers. Rome, November 15 

Americans at Nice. Nice, November 15 

The Lancaster's Cruise. Paris, November 15 

Promotion and Death. Paris, November 16 

Hogs' Trouble Ended. Paris, November 16 

The Alva at Nice. Nice, November 16 

Herald's Prize Letters. Paris, November 16 

Finances Abroad. London, November 16 

Lord Salisbury ' 'Annoys ' ' France 

Revolt in China 

Her National Policy 

Wandering Bill Nye 

Supplement to Shepard's U. S. Annotations contained in 

vol. 140. 
Auchincloss' Interest Rul e 



Chas. F. Wilson, of Denver, 
Colo. , and C. S. Martin, of 
Chicago. 
Miss A. M. Stover, 

Richfield Springs, N. Y. 
H. W. Lowe, Omaha, Nebr. 
Chas. H. Kerr, Chicago. 

N. Y. Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 
Postal News Company, 

New York. 
A. Denewitz, 

Providence, R. I. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Contract Indemnity 
Company of America, 
Newark, N. J. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Edgar W. Nye, New York. 
Frank Shepard, Chicago. 

W. S. Auchincloss, 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pyoktanin in Veterinary Practice 

System of the Hill Stock Certificate Company. By P. 

M. Hill. 
Students' Guide in Historical Recreation. By Amerigo. 

Pierce's Memorandum and Account Book 

An Amateur Detective. Bv William Westall 

The Story of Ulla. By Edwin Lester A rnol d 

Soul-Rest. By Rev. G. D. Watson 

Floods of Grace. By Rev. G. D. Watson 

The White Patrol. By Scott Marble 

Col. Cockerill's Letter 

The Chief Magistrate 

With Seven Hundred Girls 

The Big Pond in Water 

What to Wear in Winter 

From Dungeons Grim 

A College Thanksgiving 

What is Really Worn 

The Man of Fashion 

Thankful Carrie Careless 

Wales at Tatterstalls 

Lawyers' Briefing Notes 

Grubb's System of Hip and Valley Roof Framing 

Lease for Oil and Gas Purposes. Form Q 

Sensation in Germany 

The Quality of Mercy. Part 2. By W. D. Ho wells 

Russia Must be Checked. London, November 14 

An Indictment of Russia. London, November 14 

Princess. By M. G. McClelland 

The Hygienic Shoe 

The Simean Tongue. By Prof. R. L. Garner 

Improved Order and Measure Book 

Human Monstrosities. Part 1. By Barton Cooke Hirst 
and George A. Piersol. 

A System of Practical Therapeutics. Edited by Hobart 
Amory Hare. 

The New Cabinet Cyclopaedia. Vols. 3 and 4. Edited 
by Charles Annandale. 

The American Continent and its Inhabitants Before Co- 
lumbus. By Annie Cole Cady. Parts 11 and 12. 

The Phosphates of America, By Francis Wyatt 

Modern American Methods of Copper Smelting. By 
Edward Dyer Peters. 

The People's Guide. By Wm. D. Edison 

Land und Licht. By Charles Rief. 



Proprietors. 



Merck & Co., New York. 
P.M. Hill, New Orleans, La. 

Columbus Educational Pub. 

Co., Columbus, Ohio. 

World's Dispensary Medical 

Association, Buffalo, X.Y. 

The "Authors' Alliance." 

Do. 
Charles Cullis, Boston. 

Do. 
Scott Marble and A. H. 

Simon. 
Bacheller & Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
James W. Johnson, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Austin Abbott, New York. 
Thomas Grubb, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
A. Cummins, Pittsburg, Pa. 
The New York Associated 
Press, New York. 

W. D. Howells, Boston. 
The New York Times, 

New York. 
Do. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
W. S. Armstrong, 

Worcester, Mass. 
Prof. R. L. Garner. 
L. J. Partridge, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Lea Brothers & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Gebbie & Co. , Philadelphia. 

Do. 

The Scientific Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Do. 

William D. Edison. 
Charles Rief, 

Grand Island, Nebr. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Education : To Whom Does it Belong. By the Eev. 
Thomas Bouquillon. 

A Study in Corneille. By Lee Davis Lodge 

Minnesota Weather Eecord 

The National Guard in Service 

Drill Regulations for Street Riot Duty. By Brigadier- 
General Albert Ordway. 
The Cause of an Ice Age. By Sir Robert Ball 

A Widower Indeed. By Rhoda Broughton and Eliza- 
beth Bisland. 
Princess Dandelion's Secret. By Martha Burr Banks.... 

General View of the Political History of Europe. By 

Ernest Lavisse. 
Physical Development and Exercise for Women. By 

Mary Taylor Bissell. 
How to Apply Matt, Bronze, La Croix, and Dresden 

Colors to China. 
The Only Good Thing in All the Worlds. By Prof. J. 

B. Turner. 

Der Spiegel der Seele 

Outline of Entomology. By Mary E. Murtfeldt. 

Industrial Depression. By George T. Bailey 

t§ The Man from Nowhere. By Flora Haines Longhead. ,. 

One Summer in Hawaii . By Helen Mather 

Harold 

Ebenezer. By C. H. Rohe 

A in erica 

Happiness from Thoughts and Other Sermons. By 

James Vila Blake. 
The Colonial Furniture of New England. By Irving 

Whitall Lyon. 

Long Mike, The Oregon Hustler. By Ned. Buntline 

Tom Edison, Jr.'s, Air Frigate. By Philip Reade 

* The Fate of Dr. Quartz. By the Author of ' ' Nick 

Carter. ' ' 
Third Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings and Sculpture 

King Lucifer. By H. L. Pierce 

William Radam's Microbe Killer 

Afloat and Ashore. By Edward Everett Hale 

Farmer's Almanac. 1892 

Race Around the World 

Hazen's Reference Annotations of the Maine Reports. 

Vols. 1 to 82, inclusive. By George Hazen. 
The Year of the Catholic Church, 1892 

Bixler's Method of Curing Meats. By F. P. Bixler 

Parallel and Independent Fire. By Lieut. J. T. Honey- 
cutt. 



Proprietors. 



John Murphy & Co., 

Baltimore. 
Do. 
The Pioneer Fuel Company, 
Minnesota. 
Albert Ordway, 

Washington, D. C. 
Do. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

D. D. Merrill Company, 

St. Paul. 
Charles Gross, 
Harvard University, Mass. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Osgood Art School, 

New York. 
Jonathan B. Turner, 

Jacksonville, 111. 
Ernest E. Pates, New York. 
M. E. Murtfeldt, 

Kirkwood, Mo. 
George T. Bailey, 

Harper, Kans. 
F. H. Longhead, Niles, Cal. 
Helen Mather. 
Beckles Willson, New York. 
C. H. Rohe, Columbus, Ohio. 
L. A. Pease, New York. 
James Vila Blake, Chicago. 

Irving Whitall Lyon, 

Hartford, Conn. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

The Art Club of Philadel- 
phia, Philadelphia. 
Henry L. Pierce, Easton Pa. 
William Radam, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Searle & Gorton, Chicago. 
Matthias Plum, 

Newark, N. J. 
McLoughlin Bros., 

New York. 
George Hazen, Oxford, Me. 

Wm. Stanton Macomb, 

W. Philadelphia, Pa. 

F. P. Bixler, Fremont, Ohio. 

J. T. Honeycutt, 

Fort Hamilton, N. Y. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Reminiscences of a Veteran. Bv S. E. Chandler 



On the Turner Plantation. By Joel Chandler Harris.... 
A First Family of Tasajara. By Bret Harte. Part 2 .. 

Johnson's "Oid Woman." By Bret Harte 

The South Seas. November 15. 

The South Seas. November 22 

Paper Chasing. By Walter C. Dohm 

The Little Dispatch Bearer. November 28. By R. N. 

Stephens. 
On Sentry Duty. November 29. By Captain Charles 

King. 
An Eskimo's Ride on an Arctic Ice Lake. By Frederick 

Schwatka. 

Oeetah. By General O. O. Howard 

Old Days at West Point. By Captain Charles King 

A Thanksgiving Story. By Harriet Prescott Spofford.... 
Giovanni and the Other. By Frances Hodgson Burnett. . 

Caesar's Column 

The American Gentleman George. " By J. G. Bradley.... 
Steadfast Sid, The Boy Who Never Surrendered. By 
C. Little. 

The Mark of Mystery. By Paul Braddon 

Marked Men. By H. K. Shackleford. No. 232 

Yorkie Wier. By L. C. Rogers 

The Nile. By Dahabeeveh 

In the Olden Time. By Mrs. H. G. Rowe 

Foster's Weather Forecasts. Bv W. T. Foster. No. 20.. 



Graduate Course in English History and Literature. 
The Apostolic Church. Vol. 2, No. 1 



Everybody's Hand-Book of Electricity. By Edward 

Trevert. 
Park Hill, Yonkers, N. Y. Owned and For Sale by the 

American Investment Union. 
Puck's Library. No. 53. "Tips" 



Advance Sheets of Illinois Reports. No. 5. Vol. 135... 

Ciphers. By Ellen Olney Kirk 

The Sfauy of Jane Austen's Life. By Oscar Fay Adams. 



Culture a Modern Method. By Elliott E. Furney 

Zanthon. By James Doran , 

Prince Dimple's Further Doings. By Mrs. George A. 

Paull. 
Japonica. By Sir Edwin Arnold 



Anatomy in Art. By Jonathan Scott Hartley. 
Voters' Register for Townships < 



No. 1. The Hercules Ice Making and Refrigerating 
Machinery. 

2 T E 



S. E. Chandler, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Joel C. Harris. 
Bret Harte. 

Do. 
S. S. McClure, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Frances Hodgson Burnett, 

Washington. 
Francis J. Schulte. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

L. C. Rogers. 

Osgood Putnam. 

Thos. H. B. Pierce. 

W. T. Foster, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 

The Chautauqua Literary 
and Scientific Circle. 

The Bible Study Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

Bubier Publishing Com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 

A. S. Brownell, New York. 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Norman L. Freeman, 

Springfield, 111. 
Ellen Olney Kirk, 

Philadelphia. 
A. C. McClurg&Co., 

Chicago. 
Elliott E. Furney, St. Louis. 
James Doran, San Francisco. 
Anson D. F. Randolph & 
Co., New York. 

Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Jonathan S. Hartley, 

New York. 
James A. Coye, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
The Hercules Iron Works, 



10 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



The Social .Revolution. By Henry Mart el. 



The Journal of a Scientist During a Voyage to the 

Planet Mars. By S. H. King. 

The Hygienic Shoe 

H er Father ' s Vi ctim 

The New Harry and Lucy. By E. E. Hale and L. P. 

Hale. 

A I ay or Grant's Occupations 

Amy Lester. By C. Petersilea 

Friends or Foes. By C. R. Harker 

Coppersmithing 

Woman in French Art. Part 21 



Twenty Vocal Responses. Composed and arranged by 
R. H. Phippen. 

Art of Singing. By G. Duprez. Parti 

Art of Singing. By G. Duprez. Part 2 

Chords for the Banjo. By F. W. Wassenberg r.... 



Firket's Conservatory Method for the Viola 

Twenty-five Melodious Studies for Viola. By B. Bruno. 
The Holy Child. A Christmas Carol Service. By M. 

C. Hazard. 
Happy Christmas Bells. Prepared by W. L. Mason 



C. Czerny's Twenty-seven Studies 

Technical Exercises for Piano. By O. R. Skinner. 

Sam Devere's Big Boom Songster 

The Richest of Financial Pickings 

Articles of Agreement 

Stream, Sound, and Sea. 

Record of Marriages 



Half-Dime Library. November 17, 1891 .. 

Popular Library. November 18, 1891 

Dime Library. November 18, 1 891 

Pocket Library. November 18, 1891 

Real Estate Chart. November 15-21,1891 



Employment Guide. November 15-21, 1891 

Farm Directory. November 15-21, 1891 

Ivooms for Rent. November 15-21, 1891 

Boarders Wanted . November 1 5-2 1 , 1 891 . . . 

Hotel Directory. November 1 5-21 , 1 891 

Banjo Studies. By Grant Brower. Part 3.. 



G. W. Dillingham, 

New York. 



W. S. Armstrong. 
A.N. Kellogg & Co. 
Commonwealth Pub. Co., 

Boston. 
Press Pub. Co., New York. 
Carlyle Petersilea. 
Chas. R. Harker. 
John S. Fuller, sr. 

D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Jean White, Boston. 

Do. 
Congregational S. S. and 
Pub. Society, Boston. 
Goodenongh & Woglom Co., 
New York. 
Chas. W. Held, New York. 
O. R. Skinner. 
H. F. Harding, New York. 
N. W. Josselyn, New York. 

E. G. Soltmann, New York. 
E. L. Lomax, Omaha, Nebr. 
D. Bugbee&Co., 

Bangor, Ale. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Record Pub. Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Grant Brower, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



PERIODICALS., 



George A. Bacon, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Weed, Parsons & Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 
American Architect and Building News. November 14, i Ticknor & Co. , Boston. 

1891. 



The Academy. November, 1891 

The Albany Law Journal. November 14, 1891. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pbopbietobs. 



The American Contractor. November 14, 1891 

The American Field. November 21 , 1 891 

The American Florist. November 19, 1891 

American Machinist. November 19, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. November 19, 1891 

The American Paper Trade. November 14, 1891 

The American Stock-Keeper. November 14, 1891 

Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. November 14 

The Architectural Review. November 2, 1891 

Architecture and Building. November 14, 1891 

The Argosy November 21, 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveler. November 21, 1891 

The Atlantic Reporter. Vol . 22, No. 1 9 

The Ave Maria. November 21, 1891 

Baby Pathfinder Railway Guide. November 15, 1891... 

Bancroft's California Guide. November, 1891 

The Banner Weekly. Vol 10, No. 473 

Biles' Semi-Mouthly Whisky Price List. November 16, 

1891. 
Bishop's A, B, C, Guide. November, 1891 

Boys of New York. Decembers, 1891 

Bradstreet's. November 14, 1891 

Brooklyn Life. November 21, 1891 

The Carriage Monthly. November, 189 1 

Central Law 7 Journal. November 13, 1891 

The Chautauquan. December, 1891 

The Christian Herald. November 18, 1891 

Christian Thought. Decern her, 189 1 

The Christian Union. November 21, 1891 

The Circular System. November, 1891 

The Climatologist. November 15, 1891 

The Clothing Gazette. November, 1 891 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. November 

14, 1891. 
Cordage Trade Journal. November 15, 1891 



B. Edwards & Co., 

New York. 
American Field Publishing 
Company, Chicago, 

American Florist Company. 
Chicago. 
American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co., Philadelphia.' 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 
American Stock - Keeper 
Publishing Co., Boston. 
E &H. T. Anthony & Co., 
New r York. 
Bates, Kimball & Guild, 

Boston. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 
Review Printing Company, 
Chicago. 
West Publishing Co., 

St. Paul. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
The Bancroft Company, 

San Francisco. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 
J. W. Biles & Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Traffic Publishing Com- 
pany, San Francisco. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
The Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn. 

Ware Bros., Philadelphia. 
Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Theodore P. Flood, 

Meadville, Pa, 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 
The Christian Union Com- 
pany, New York. 
W. W. Felts, Oakland, Cal. 
W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
The Jos. W. Gibson Com- 
pany, New r York. 
Wm. B. Dana& Co., 

New York. 
Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 



12 



PERIODIC ALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Electrical Engineer. November 18, 1891. 

Electrical Review. November 21, 1891... 

The Electrical World. November 21, 1891 ... 



The Elite News. November 14, 1891 

El Mensajero Americano. November, 1891 



The Embalmer. November, 1891 

The Engineering Record. November 14, 1891 

The Epoch. November 20, 1891 

The Exposition Graphic. October-December, 1891. 
The Family Story Paper. November 28, 1891 



The Federal Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 8 

Fanciers' Journal. November 21, 1891 

Farmers' Review. November 11, 18, 1891 
Forest and Stream. November 19, 1891.... 



Fox's Weekly. November 23, 1 891 

Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. December, 1891. 



Garden and Forest. November 18, 1891. 
The Gem Library. November 14, 1891.. 

Golden Hours. November 21, 1891 

Golden Days. November 21, 28, 1891.... 



Good News. December 5, 1 891 

The Golden Weekly. December 3, 1891. 

The Graphic. November 14, 1891 

The Gymnasium. October, 1891. 



Harper's Weekly. November 21, 1891. 



Harper's Bazar. December, 1891 

Harper's Young People. November 17, 1891. 
Harvard Law Review. November, 1891 



The Home Guard. November, 1891 

The Housekeeper. November 15, 1891 

Illustrated Christian Weekly. November 21, 1891 

The Illustrated American. November 21, 1891 

The Illustrated World's Fair. November, 1891 .... 



Insurance Monitor. November, 1891 

The Internal Revenue Record. November 16, 1891. 



Peopeietoes. 



The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
The Electrical Review Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The W. J. Johnson Com- 
pany, New York. 
Elite News Co. , New York. 
New York Expert and Ex- 
port Co., New York. 
Arthur Rooney, New York. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
Epoch Pub. Co., New York. 
The Graphic Co. , Chicago. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul. 
Fanciers' Pubishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
H. H. Chandler & Co., 

Chicago. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
The Garden and Forest Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 
Chas. D. Sibley & Son, 

New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
The Graphic Co. , Chicago. 
Coop & Boms, 

Providence, R. I. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Harvard Law Review 
Pub. Assoc' n, Boston, 
E. J. Smith, 

Providence, R. I. 
Buckeye Publishing Com- 
pany, Minneapolis. 
Illustrated Christian Week- 
ly Company, New York. 
Illustrated American Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 
Jewell N. Halligan, 

Chicago. 
C. C. Hine, New York. 

W. C. & F. P. Church, 

New York. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Jewelers' Circular. November 18, 1891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. November 18, 1891 

Kate Field's Washington. November 18, 1891 

Life. November 19, 1891 

The Magazine of Art. December, 1891 

Medical News. November 14, 21, 1891 

Medical Record. November, 14, 21, 1891 

The Memory. November, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland und Amerika. November 

18, 1891. 
The New South. November 19, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. November 16, 1891 

New York Clipper. November 21, 1891 

The New York Ledger. November 21 , 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. November 14, 1891.... 

New York Nationalist. November 14, 1891 

The New York Supplement. Vol. 15, No. 17 

New York Weekly. December 5, 1891 

The Northwest Magazine. November, 1891 

The Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 19 

The Observer. November; 1891 

Official Time Tables of the Maine Central Railroad. 
November, 1891. 

Once a Week. November 17, 1891 

Our Day. November, 1891 

The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 16 

The People's Railway Guide. November 15, 1891 

The Phonographic Magazine. November, 1891 

The Police Gazette. November 28, 1891 

The Popular Science Monthly. December, 1 891 

Poet Love. November 16, 1891 

The Primary School. November, 1891 

Puck. November 18, 1891 

The Quiver. December, 1891 



Peopbietoes. 



The Jewelers' Circular Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The Jewelers' Weekly Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, 1). C. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Cassell Pub. Co., New York. 
Lea Brothers & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Wm. Wood & Co., 

New York. 
James P. Downs, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Germania Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
W. H.' Rowland, 

Richmond, Va. 

F. T. Low, New York. 

Frank Queen Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Hugh B. O'Reilly, 

New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

E. V. Smalley, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
E. F. Biglow, 

Portland, Conn. 
Lyman H. Nelson and Wil- 
lard Benson, Portland, Me. 
P. F. Collier, New York. 
Our Day Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 

C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
Jerome B. Howard, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 

D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
The Poet-Love Company, 

Philadelphia. 
The Teacher Company, 

New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Cassell Publishing Company, 

New York. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Railway Corporation Law Journal. November 14, 

1891, 
The Rural New Yorker. November 21, 1891 

St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. November 7-13, 1891.. 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. November 14, 1891.. 
St. Louis Life. Novembers, 12, 1891 

Saturday Night. December 5, 1 891 

The Scholars' Magazine. December, 1891 

School and Home. November 17, 1891 

The School World. November, 1891 

Scientific American. November 21, 1891 

Scientific American Supplement November 21, 1891 

School Journal. November 14, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. November 5, 12, 19, 1891... 

Society. September, 1891 

Solon's Sector. November, 189 1 

The Southern Reporter. Vol. 10, No. 3 

The Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 29 

The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 17, No. 9 

The Sporting Life. November 21, 1891 

The Stationer and Printer. November 15 

The Sunday School Times. November 21, 1891 

The Texas Monthly. October, 1891 

Texas Sittings. November 21, 1891 

Textile Colorist. November, 1891 

The Therapeutic Gazette. November 16, 1891 

Tobacco. November 13, 1891 

Toilettes. December, 1891 

Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical En- 
gineers. October, 1891. 
The United Service. December, 1891 

The Western Brewer. November 15, 1891 

Western School Journal. November, 1891 

Western Electrician. November 21 , 1891 

The World's Office Diary. November, 1891 

The Writer. November, 1891 

The Youth's Companion. November 19, 1891 



Proprietors. 



L. K. Strouse & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 

Rural Publishing Company, 

New York. 

P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 
Mrs. S. V. Moore, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
The Sunday School Times, 

Philadelphia. 
Wm. L. Thomas, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

D. H. Knowlton& Co., 

Farmington, Me. 
Munn & Co. , New York. 
Do. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
Boston. 
Woodruff, Engel & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Supreme Lodge, Order of 
Solon, Pittsburg, Pa. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Sporting life Publish- 
ing Co.. Philadelphia. 
J. SawtelleFord, Chicago. 
John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
H. A. Moos, Seeuin, Tex. 
Texas Sittings Publishing 
Company, New York. 
M. M. Frank, Philadelphia. 
George S. Davis, 

Detroit, Mich, 
The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
Toilettes Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
American Institute of Elec- 
trical Engineers. 
L. R. Hamersly & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 
John MacDonald, 

Topeka, Kans. 
Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
The World's Office Diary 
Pub. Co. , New York. 
William H. Hills, Boston. 
Perry Mason & Co. , Boston. 



15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Titles. 



Roisie Quadrille. Ity L. P. Laurendeau, for orchestra.. 

Bass Polka Comique. By R. Grnnewald, for orchestra.. 

The Jolly Comrade March. By R, Grnnewald, lor or- 
chestra. 

Always Together. Medley Overture. By A. S. Bow- 
man, for orchestra. 

Elk's March. By C. M. Kohler, for band 

Cadets' Glee Schottische. By A. S. Bowman, for or- 
chestra. 

A Letter to his Dad. By A. S. Bowman, for orchestra.. 

Buckingham March. Bv A. D. Stork, for band 

Christ is Born. By Th. T. Crane 

In the Police Patrol. Words by G. A. Lemming ; music 

by L. Reinhard. 
Old Homestead Where my Mother Died. By Alice Pond. 
Whispering Winds Waltz. By Walter Vreeland, for 

two mandolins and guitar. 

Laugh ! Oh Coons ! By J. W. Wheeler 

Four Little Curly Headed Coons. Schottische. By J. 

W. Wheeler ; arranged for banjo by W. Vreeland. 
Congo March. By H. Lichner. Violin and piano 

The Merry Singer. Words and music by Henri Le Verne 

O Give Thanks. By W. A. Ogden 

Dear Mother. Words by Ed. Sondheimcr ; music by 

Ferd Lust. 
La Cigale. Bv Audran. Waltz. Arranged by Chester 

Hatton. 
La Cigale. By Audran. Selections arranged by Chester 

Hatton. 

Bring Me No Cup. Music by F. Boot 

Bolero. By Wm. Iucho 

Sarah Jane Matilda. Words and music by J. E. Lake- 
man. 
A Nice Young Man. Words and music by H. W. 

Hawkes. 

The Better Part. Music by Frank A. Howson 

But Once the Hour Approaches. By C. Bohm 

Riding Down from Bangor. Arranged by S. E. Farwell 
Sanita Waltz. Arranged by C. E Pratt for mandolin 

and piano. 

Spanish March. By C. Enlenstein, for guitar 

Asperges Me, Domine. By W, C. Peters 

Peach Bloom Valsetta, By W. Cooper 

Alone. Words by Bob Burdette ; music by Theo. Ben- 

dix. 

Gavotte Caprice. By J. F. Gilden. Op. 30 

In After Years. Words and music by J. C. Macey 

A Trip to Europe. Prepared by J. C. Macey 

There Were Shepherds Abiding in the Field. By W. B. 

Gilbert. 

Strideway Galop. By D. S. Godfrey 

Soho Galop. By D. S. Godfrey 

Bell-Tones. By Carl Heins. Op. 81. Revised by L. 

Kessler. 
Sweet. Peggy. Minuet. By S. Smith ; revised by L. 

Kessler. 



Proprietors. 



W. II. Cundy, 
Do. 
Do. 

A. S. Bowman, 



Boston. 



Do. 
Do. 



Philadelphia. 



Do. 
Do. 

W. H. Boner & Co., 

Philadelphia 
Chas. Hambitzer, 

Milwaukee. 
S. W. Blair, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Chas. D. Tuttle. 

Philadelphia. 
The Singer Manuf'ng Co., 

New York. 
R. M. Mcintosh. 
Ed. Sondheimer, Chicago. 

Oliver Ditson Co. , . Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



La Cigale March. By E. Audran. Arranged by Bach- 
mann. 

Spanish Flower Dance. Arranged for guitar by Mrs. 
Knoop. 

The Gay Cavalier Quadrille. By J. J. Braham, for or- 
chestra. 

Eeign of Love Waltz. By D. S. Godfrey, for orchestra .. 

Joy Bells. By Annie F. Loud 

Come, Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove. By J. F. Gilder. 
Op. 28. 

Happy Whistling Coon Schottische. Arranged by 
Launce Knight. 

Under the Mistletoe Waltz. By T. H. Rollinson 

Champion Jig. By C. L. Partee... 

Flights of Fancy. By H. A. Burr 



The Cuckoo. By A.V.Holmes 

Little Claire. Words by W. H. Landvoight ; music by 

C. G. Heitinger. 
Newman Brothers' Grand March. By W. M. P. Davis... 
The Shepherd's Song. Words by E. C. Whitney ; music 

by E. H. Bailey. 

On to Glory Galop. By Paul Keller 

De Double Wedding. Words and music by F. A. Kent.. 

Horse Show March. By J. M. Lander 

The Angels in Glory are Chanting. Words by Mrs. R. 

N. Turner ; music by W. J. Kirkpatriek. 
Hear the Music of the Bells. Words by L. H. Edmunds ; 

music by W. J. Kirkpatriek. 
This is Christmas Time. Words by E. A. Barnes ; music 

by W. J. Kirkpatriek. 
Good News. Words by S. Martin ; music by W. J. Kirk- 
patriek. 
A Christmas Gift. Words by J. P. Owens ; music by 

W. J. Kirkpatriek. 
The Royal Navy Polka. By Theo Bonheur 



The Tear. By J. R. Haasler. Song 

La Cigale Lancers. By Audran ; arranged by Leopold 
Fuenkenstein. 

La Cigale Selections. By Audran ; arranged by Leo- 
pold Fuenkenstein. 

A then i a Waltz Quadrille. By Marguerite Melville 

Glen Waltz. By A. C. Richardson 



Proprietors. 



Longing for Love. Valse Mexicano. By Fred. Newman. 

Music, When Soft Voices Die. Words by P. B. Shelley ; 

music by Alfred Blume. 

Kol Nidrei. By C. G. Verrinder 

The Day of Rest. Words by Edward Oxenford ; music 

by Josiah Booth. 
The Rainbow. Words by Thomas Campbell ; music by 

King Hall. 
Sweet Little Bird. Words by Thomas Pringle ; music 

by King Hall. 

The Voices of the Grass. Music by King Hall 

A Short Setting of the Offices for the Holy Communion. 

By J. H. Maunder. 



Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
John F.Ellis & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
Do. 
Do. 

Newman Bros. 
White-Smith Music Pub. 
Co. , Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 
J. M. Lander, New York. 
Wni. J. Kirkpatriek. 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

Miles & Thompson, Boston. 

New York Music Pub. Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

M. Melville, Brooklyn. 

Gibson & Stone, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Balmer & Weber, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS- Continued. 



Titles. 



A Short Setting of the Offices for the Holy Communion. 
By J. R. Alsop. 

O, How Amiahle! By Caleb Simper 

Onward, Christian Soldiers. By Arthur Pyne 

Sweet Lavender Waltzes. By J. F. Roche 



Lulie Schottische. By C. O. Fosgate 

A Time of J'y. Words by Clyde Fitch ; music by George 
Purdy. 

Good Bye, Sweet Day ! Words by Celia Thaxter ; music 
by Kate Vauuah. 

Twilight. By H. P. Chelius 

Arcadee. By S. W. Studley 

Twilight Whispers. By G. H. Ryder 

The Ferryman Waltzes. By E. H. Bailey, for piano 

The Ferryman Waltz Song. By Dora Wiley ; transcrip- 
tion by George Fox. 

The Ferryman Waltz. By Dora Wiley 

Happy Life March. By J. L. Gilbert 

Laughing Gnome Gavotte. By C. S. Street 

Ave Maria. By E. H. Bailey, in C 

On the Move March. By E. H. Bailey 

For a Dream Sake. Words by C. Rossetti ; music by 
Henry Loge. 

Why Shines the Moon so Dim To-night? By W. W. 
Gilchrist. 

Poor Wounded Heart. Words by Barry Cornwall ; music 
by W. W. Gilchrist. 

Impromptu. By Cornelius Gurlitt. Op. 183, No. 1 



Proprietors. 



Nocturne. By Cornelius Gurlitt. Op. 183, No. 2 

Capriccietto. By Cornelius Gurlitt. Op. 183, No. 3 

Maiden Songs Waltzes. By A. Jungmann, for orchestra. 

La Carolina Valse. By Otto Langey 

Echoes du Ball Mazurka. By Louis Tocaben 

La Bella Giannina. By Papa; arranged by Luis T. 

Romero. 
In Old Madrid. By Trotere ; arranged by Luis T. 

Romero. 

Maiden's Song. Arranged by Luis T. Romero 

Fior di Prima vera Gavotte. By D. Tipaldi 

Ballade by Miiller. Arranged by Berghaus 

Blissful Sorrow Impromptu. By Carl Baerman. Op. 37. 

Lion's Chase. By Ch. Rolling. Op. 55 

The Cobbler and the Fairy. By Ricci 

Youth and May. Words by L. Ottomayer ; music by 

C. Streitmann. 
The Golden Harvester. Words by Gilbert a Beckett ; 

music by E. Audran. 
The Praise of Women. Words by F. v. Schiller ; music 

by N. J. Elsenheimer. 

Aurora Polka. Arranged by E. Gargiulo 

Flowers of May. Arranged by E. Gargiulo 

When Gathering Clouds. Words by R. Grant; music 

by H. P. Danks. 
Across the Snow. Words by F. Jones ; music by Franz 

Wald. Op. 71. 
Don Juan Gavotte. By Gluck ; revised and fingered by 

G. Schneider. 

3 T E 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

New York. 
Weekes & Co., London. 
Arthur Pyne. 
Louis H. Ross & Co., 

Boston, Mass. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Edward Schuberth & Co. , 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Forsyth Brothers, 

London, England. 

Do. 

Do. 
Jean White, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
W. F. Shaw, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. • 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Ify O. Metra ; arranged by E. Gar- 
Op. 51, No. 2. Revised 



Transcription. Ar- 



Carman : ar- 



Spanish Serenade. 

giulo. 
Rondo. By L. von Beethoven. 

and fingered by G. Schneider, 
Lalla Polka. By Enrico Gargiulo. 

Goldelse. By Enrico Gargiulo 

Mother, May I Go Out to Swim? 

ranged by H. P. Sutorius. 
Oonah Acushla. Words and music by Rebecca Trott.... 
Nightingale Song. By Carl Zeller. Words by H. F. 

Tretbar ; arranged by R. Aronson. 
Little Blue Mignonette Polka. By M. 

ranged by F. Epl6t. 
Dance of the Fairies. Gavotte. By H. Parker 

by B. Carlton. 
The Beautiful Pathway. By B. Tours 

C. Burke. 
Wives, Wives, All Sorts of Wives ! Words by B. Miller ; 

music by Robert Norman ; revised edition by J. Lyle. 
My Bonnie Love of Old. Words and music by T. Lennox. 

I've Seen Some, Haven't You? Words and music by T. 

Lennox. 
Just Once More Polka. By E. R. Marvin 



arranged 



arranged by J. 



Far and Near Galop. By E. R. Marvin 

Over the Mountain. By E. R. Marvin 

Carmen Sylva. By E. R. Marvin 

La Belle Paris. By E. R. Marvin 

A Lullaby. By E. R. Marvin, for piano 

Mazurka. By E. R. Marvin. Op. 12, No. 1 

Mazurka. By E. R. Marvin. Op. 12, No. 2 

A Lullaby. By E. R. Marvin. Song 

Is That Mother Bending O'er Me? By Wm. Thomas 

arranged by a talented lady of New York. 
Perseverance. By Louis Coenen 



Peopeietoes. 



Prelude Ball Room March. By E. Christie, for orchestra. 
Little Huntsmen Waltz. By Otto Roeder, for orchestra. 

Pansy Polka. By B. E. Woolf, for orchestra 

Tyrone Quadrille. By C. W. Bennett, for orchestra 

Amateur Overture. By R. Schlepegrell, for orchestra.... 
Love's Golden Dream Waltzes. By T. Bonheur, for 

orchestra. 
The Choicest Gift. AVords by J. P. ; music by Carl C. 

Muller. 
These Words No Milton Wrote. Music by Job. Sioly.... 
Sing the Song the Angels Sing. Words by E. C. D. ; 

music bv C T. Steele. 

In the Manger There, So Lowly. By C. T. Steele 

See Amid the Winter Snow. By C. T. Steele 

When a Man's Dead Broke. Song. By W. F. Strong... 



When Fancy Fades Away 

Golden. 
The Song My Dear Old Mother Sang 

by R. C. Anderson. 
Isabella Bolero. By Otto Langey. Op. 96 



Words and music by G. F. 
Words and music 



Alexane Waltz. By Ch. Puerner 



The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Max Mayer & Bro., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
C. F. Albright, Chicago. 
Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Edward C. Wendt&Co., 

Newport, Ky. 
Do. 

E. R. Marvin, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



L. Coenen, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Jean White, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

M. D. Swisher, 

Philadelphia. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 



19 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Merry Queen Overture. By D. Mansfield, for banjo 

orchestra. 
Caroline Mazurka. By A. M. Cohen 


D. Mansfield, 

San Francisco. 


Coquette Polka. By A. M. Cohen 


Mexico, Mo. 
Do. 


Little Sweetheart Polka, By A. M. Cohen 


Do 


La Conjoire or Ta-ra-ra-ra-boom-ba-lay. By W. R. Wil- 
liams. 

He Never Smiled Again. Words by W. C. Eobey ; 
music by 0. Bonnell. 

Once My Wife But Now a Stranger. Words by W. C. 
Robey ; music by 0. Bonnell. 

That's What I'd Like to Know. Words and music by 
W. C. Kobey. 

My Ould Dudheen. Words by P. Miles ; music by 
Tom N. Kershaw. 

Jennie Dunn. Words and music by Whittey and Leon- 
ard ; arranged by John A. Strom berg. 

The Wilier March. By Ch. Bach 


Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Frank Harding, New York. 

Wilier Manufacturing Co., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Hamilton S. Gordon 


The Heart's Appeal. By Waldtern Pegg 


La Polka de la Reine. Bv Raff ; arranged by J. C. 

Cook. 
Sketches from the Sea Shore. Waltzes. By George 

Frey. 
Twinkling Light Polka Ronda. By F. W. Meacham 

Belles of Tuxedo Waltzes. By Theo. A. Metz 


New York. 
Do. 

Geo. Frey. 

Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York 
Do. 


Gilmore's Band Patrol March. By F. W. Meacham 

The Good Old Days. Yorke Dance. By F. W. Meacham.. 
The Club Friend Waltzes. By Gustav Merk 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


Moonlight on the Ocean. Reverie. By Adam Geibel 

Twilight in the Highlands. By Gustav Merk 


Do. 
Do. 


The Sand-Paper Sonata or Minstrel's Reverie. By C. J. 

Wilson. Op. 407. 
Send My Boy Safe Home to Me. Words and music by 

C. F. Jerome. 
Teddy. Words and music- by J. Hart 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


Sing Ye Sweet Birds. Words and music by E. S. Getch- 

ell. 
My Donald. Words by E. S. Getchell ; music by H. A. 

Saxton. 
Les Beaux Soldate. By Leonard Gautier 


Do. 


Do. 

Ransford & Sons, London. 


Sleep on, Oh Comrades, in Your Graves. Words by C. 

E. Morris ; music by A. L. Stough. 
Chicago Oxford. By F. L. Rvder 


A. L. Stough, 

Toledo, Ohio. 
E. A. Saalfeld, Chicago. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co. , 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Do. 


Hoodoo Dance. By B. Mayer. Op. 168 

Emory Waltz By H P. Sutorius 


Old Soldier Galop. By B. Mayer. Op. 164 


Do. 


Muriel Waltz. By E. H. Cummings 


Do. 


Love's Request Waltz. By B. Mayer. Op. 174 


Do. 


Luri Waltz By H. P. Sutorius 


Do. 


Emory Schottische. By H. P. Sutorius 


Do. 


Mass in Honor of St. Aloysius. By J. C. Bonner — 

Libera Me. By B. Zeininger. Op. 16 


J. Fischer & Bro., 

New York. 
Do. 







20 
MAPS. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Lynchburg and Vicinity, Va. By G. Wm. Baist 


G.Wm. Baist, Philadelphia. 

Do. 
E. Hexamer & Son, 

Philadelphia. 


Bristol and Vicinity, Va. and Tenn. By G. Wm. Baist.... 
Changes to Insurance Maps of Philadelphia. Vol. 8. 
1891. By E. Hexamer & Son. 



CHARTS. 



Callahan's Chart Showing the Relation of Longitude and 

Time. 
Autograph Letters of Abraham Lincoln 



John A. Callahan, 

Holyoke, Mass. 
H. S. Whitney. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



Tales of Chivalry. From painting by A. Roumegous.. . . 

Charging the Guns. From painting by G. A. Traver 

Christian Temperance Ladies 

Roll of Honor Graded School Report. By L. W. Shep- 

pard. 
Certificate of Baptism 

Palisades Opposite Park Hill 

Life Membership Diploma. Denver Chapter No. 2 

On Strike 

Sirup Pitcher, No. 0920 

Solitude 

Love's Barrier 

Melody. Etched by L. Ruet 

The Rose. Engraved by E. F. Hubbard 

Room for Two. Engraved by Jules Jacquet 

Nature's Realm. Etched by W. C. Bauer 

My Lady's Chair. From painting by Leon Giraidet 

The Home of Jeff Davis. From painting by M. J. Smith, jr 

First Lessons. From painting by A. Ronmegous , 

A Grecian Wedding. From the painting by A. Rabandi 
Where Peace and Quiet Reign. Etched by G. Mercier. . 

Shooting the Rapids. Etched by W. M. Cary 

Entangled. From the painting by Hal Hunt 

Songs of Love. From the painting by Jennie Browns- 
combe. 



C. Klackner, New York. 

Do. 
James D. Ball, Boston. 

L. W. Sheppard, 

Mt. Sterling, Ohio. 
G. D. Edmonson, 

Laurel, Del. 
A. S. Brownell, New York. 
The Pettibone Manufactur- 
ing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C. Y. Tureece, New York. 
Gorham Manufacturing Co. , 
Providence, R. I. 
M. Knoedler, New York. 

Do. 
C. Klackner, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



PHOTOGRAPHS, 



Little Sweetheart 

Right Reverend Isaac L. Nicholson. No. 1... 

Right Reverend Isaac L. Nicholson. No. 2... 

Right Reverend Isaac L. Nicholson. 60833 C 

Right Reverend Isaac L. Nicholson. 60833 A 

Right Reverend Isaac L. Nicholson. 60833 N 



The J. F. Ryder Company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



21 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Right Reverend Isaac L. Nicholson. 60833 K 
Right Reverend Isaac L. Nicholson. 60833 D 

S ir E d w i n A r n ol d 

Sir Edwin Arnold. 60841 H 

Sir Edwin Arnold. 60841 F 

Fannie Ward. No. 1 

Fannie Ward. No. 2 

Fannie Ward. No. 3 

Fannie Ward. No. 4 

Fannie Ward. No. 5 

Rita. No. 7 

Rita. No. 8 

Rita. No. 9 

Tree of Death 

No. 1447 d. Kettle and Stand with Lamp 

No. 1447k. Sirup and Plate 

No. 14471'. Butter Dish 

No. 1447 c. Five Half-pint Teapots 

No. 1447 b. Six Half-pint Teapots 

No. 1447 e. Slop Bowl 

No. 1447g. Spoon-holder 

No. 1447L Cream Pitcher 

No. 1447 a. Coffee Pot 

No. 1447h. Sugar 

No. 1447 a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, k 

The Temple 

Battle of Antietam. No. 1 . Looking south . . . 
Battle of Antietam. No. 2. Looking west. ... 



Proprietors. 



F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
B. J. FaJk, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Jas. A. Hammond, 

Smithton, W. Va. 
Meriden Silver Plate Com- 
pany. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
National Women's Christian 
Temperance Union, 

Chicago. 
James Hope, Watkins, N. Y. 

Do. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



One Day Oliver Ditson & Co., 

Boston. 

Love Among the Roses Stephens Lith. andEng. Co., 

St. Louis. 

Buy the Great Divide Great Divide Pub. Co., 

Denver, Colo. 

Venice, Quarter Sheet. Nos. 1 to 4, inclusive Imre Kiralfy, New York. 

Venice, Terrace Ballet Do. 

Venice, Rialto Bridge Do. 

Venice, Marriage of the Adriatic Do. 

Venice, Venice of Yore *. Do. 

Venice, Pisani's Triumph Do. 

Venice, Venice of To-Day Do. 

Venice, Triumph of Love Do. 

Venice, half sheet, Rialto Bridge Do. 

Venice, half sheet, Marriage of the Adriatic Do. 

Venice, Delivery of Pisani ! Do. 

Venice, Bird's Eye View Do. 

Venice, Naval Victory Do. 

Venice, 12 sheets, Return of the Victors Do. 

Venice, 1 sheet, Return of the Victors Do. 






22 



LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Venice, 12 sheets, Victory at Chioggia 
Venice, 1 sheet, Victory at Chioggia... 
Venice, 18 sheets, Aquatic Pageant.... 

Venice, 1 sheet, Aquatic Pageant 

Venice, 18 sheets, Fete at St. Mark.... 

Venice, 1 sheet, Fete at St. Mark 

Venice, 24 sheets, Aquatic Festivities. 
Venice, I sheet, Aquatic Festivities.... 

Bird's Eye View of Savannah, Ga 

Dr. C. F. Walther 



Proprietors. 



Imre Kiralfy, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Augustus Koch. 
T. Heinicke, St. Louis. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. SI. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON 



UNDER 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW, 



FROM 



November 23 to November 28, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright 
has been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Holiday Stories 

The Cruise of the Mystery. By Louise S. Houghton. 



Faith, Hope, Love, and Duty. By Daniel Wise. 

Hoosier Bards. By B. S. Parker 

Goethe's Meisterwerke 

Studies in Chaucer. By Thomas R. Lounshury. . 



A Study of Cases. By Eugene Wambaugh 
Shelton Company. Circular 



American Digest Annual. 1 89 1 . Third series 

The Land Laws of Tennessee. By Henry D. Whitney., 
Missouri Appeal Reports. Vol. 44 



Treatise on the Diseases of the Ear. By D. B. St. John 

Roosa, 
Mills' Supplement to Thompson's Highways. 1891. By 

Charles H. Mills. 

Brooklyn Photographs in Black 

Secret Nostrums and Systems of Medicine. By Charles 

W. Oleson. 
The Red Polled Herd Book. Vol. 1, 1890 



Proprietors. 



A Rose of a Hundred Leaves. By Amelia E. Barr 
Women's Thoughts for Women. By Rose Porter.. 
Lawyers' Reports, Annotated. Book 13, No. 2 



Policy Register 

No. ; dated at 

Jasmine. Bv S. Smiles. 



; Insurance Company of - 



The Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Vols. 11, 12, 

and 13. 
New Hampshire Reports. Vol. 65. Frank N. Parsons, 

Reporter. 
Saloon-Keepers' Guide and Protection Book 



Negro Minstrels, By Charles Townsend 

Private Theatricals. By Charles Townsend. 
Seattle: Indelible Photographs 



Ann Arbor and University of Michigan : Indelible Photo- 
graphs. 
Indelible Photographs of Butte City, Mont 



Class Book for Sunday-School Teachers. 



Stephen Fiske. 
American Tract Society, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, New York. 
Benj. S. Parker, Chicago. 
Wm. Bernhart, Boston. 

Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Little, Brown & Co., Boston. 
Shelton Company, 

Birmingham, Conn. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Henry D. Whitney, 

Chattanooga, Teun. 
E. W. Stephens, 

Columbia, Mo. 
Wm. Wood & Co., 

New York. 
W. C Little & Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 
A. Wittemann, New York. 
Charles W. Oleson, Chicago. 

The Red Polled Cattle Club 
of America. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New Y^ork. 
Anson D. F. Randolph & Co. , 
New York. 
Lawyers' Cooperative Pub- 
lishing Co. , Rochester. 
M. A. Nobles, Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Josiah B. Sanborn, 

Concord, N. H. 
Christian Dick, 

Madison, Wis. 
T. S. Denison, Chicago. 

Do. 
Lowman & Flandford Sta- 
tionery and Printing Co., 
Seattle, Wash. 
A. Wittemann, New York. 

Moore & Sipple, 

Butte City, Mont. 
Cumberland Presbyterian 
Publishing House, 

Nashville, Tenn. 



(3) 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Manual of the Narragansett Whist Club of Providence, 
R. I. By W. H. B. 

Auditorium 

Brooklyn 

Caritas ; an Allegory. By Martha Benedict 

Bank Book with Savannah Savings Bank 



Bank Book with Western Carolina Banks. 
Bank Book with Central Trust Company... 

Contract Card No. 20 

The Alumnse Cook Book 



An Old Meeting House. 



The White Cross Library. December, 1891. 
Supreme Court Reporter. Index to vol. 11. 

The Exile. By Forrest Crissey 

Short Anthems. By Harrison Millard 



Kit Carson's Kit. By Frank Forrest 

The Man on the Black Horse. By D. W. Stevens 

Dick Daring, The Boy Unknown. By R, T. Emmet 

The Magic Island. By Roger Starbuck 

Wide- Awake Ned. By Weldon J. Cobb 



Tracked to America. By Gilbert Gerome. 
Pacific Log Scale 



Spring Blossoms. 



Christmas Selections. No. 3. By E. S. Lorenz 

The Princess of Cleves. 2 vols. Translated by Thos. 

S. Perry. 
Commercial Report of Union Credit Company 



The Book Buyer. 1891. 



Prisoners and Paupers 

In the Olden Time. By Mrs. H. G. Rowe 

Fonseca is Overthrown. Rio Janeiro, November 23. 

Jerry, The Weasel. By Louis Bernard 



Yorkie Weir. Vol. 5, No. 25. By L. C. Rogers 

Caesar's Column 

Red Dick, The Tiger of California. By Ned Buntline. 

Jimmy Jingle' s Jollities. By Will Winner 

Package " 17 A. " By the Author of ' ' Nick Carter » ' . 

Early Man 

The Origin of Man 

Land Laws of Tennessee. By Henry D. Whitney 



American Digest Annual. 1891. 
The Royal Calendar. 1892 



Walter H. Barney, 

Providence, R. I. 

E. S. Hand. 

A. Wittemann, New York. 
Searle & Gorton, Chicago. 
Franklin Stationery Manu- 
facturing and Uncle Ben 
Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Executive Board of the 
Alumnae of the Girls' High 
and Normal School o± Phil- 
adelphia, Philadelphia. 
M. L. Twaddell and Anna 
C. Twaddell. 

F. J. Needham, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 
Forrest Crissey. 
Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
J. K. Gill & Co., 

Portland, Oreg. 

Central Manufacturing Co. , 

Battle Creek, Mich. 

W. J. Shuey, Dayton, Ohio. 

Little, Brown & Co. , Boston. 

Union Credit Company, 

Minneapolis. 
Chas. Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
H. M. Boies. 
Thos. H. B. Pierce. 
Press Publishing Company, 
New York. 
Chas. D. Sibley & Son, 

New York. 
L. C. Rogers. 
Francis J. Schulte. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. W. Nitsch. 

Do. 
H. D. Whitney, 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 

E. Scott, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Hygienic Shoe. November 20 and 23, 1891 

A Christmas Carol. By L. Granville ; 

Knights Templar : Orders on Treasurer 

Treasurer's Receipt to Recorder 

Recorder's Receipt 

Farmers and Planters' Almanac. 1 892 

Thanksgiving Tu rkey 

Names and Addresses of the Orange and Vegetable 

Growers of South Florida. 
The Sacred Heart Almanac. 1892 

The Middlesex Banking Company, of Middletown, Conn 

Picturesque Franklin. 1891 

The Simplified Chord Instructor 

Latest News from Europe. London, November 21 

Mayor Grant Does London. London, November 21 

Egan's Recall Not Asked. Valparaiso, November 20 

Guide in Catholic Church Music 

Harper's Young People. 1891 

English Words. By Chas. F. Johnson 

Whist Leads 

Teachers' Manual. Part 3, Book 5 

Home Again. By Lulu M. Walker 

The Engine Runner's Catechism 

Poets of Humanity 

Pacific Log Scale. 

Tales from Town Topics. No. 2 

Gymnasium Catalogue 

Experiments in General Chemistry. By Lyman C. 

Newell. 
Utt Brothers' Pamphlet. No. 1 

Utt Brothers' Pamphlet. No. 2 

Utt Brothers' Pamphlet. No. 3 

Utt Brothers, Painters 

English Frenchified. By M. J. Lafore 

An Evening with Wagner 

Defaulters' Methods 

The Way of the Bud 

A Broker in Plays 



Pkoprietors. 



W. S. Armstrong, 

Worcester, Mass. 
Lillian Granville. 
The Pettibone Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cincinnati. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. J. Pemberton, 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
John W. Owen, 

San ford, Fla. 
Rev. F. X. Brady, 

Philadelphia. 
The Middlesex Banking Co. , 
Middletown, Conn. 
Wade, Warner & Co., 

Northampton, Mass. 
The American Simplified 
Music Co., New York. 
The Sun Printing and Pub. 
Association, New York. 
The Press Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
J. Singenberger, 

St. Francis, Wis. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Elizabeth S. Talcot. 
The Prang Educational Com- 
pany, Boston. 
E. C. Allen & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
Robert Grimshaw, 

New York. 
Lorenzo Sosso, 

San Francisco. 
J. K. Gill & Co., 

Portland, Or eg. 
Town Topics Publishing 
Company, New York. 
A. G. Spalding & Bros., 

New York. 
Lyman C. Newell, 

Pawtucket, R. I. 
Utt Brothers, 

Lexington, Mo. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
M. J. Lafore, New York. 
Frank Taft, New York. 

American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pastoral Eecord. By A. B. McMackin 

History of Battle of Lake Erie. By Geo. Bancroft 

Lumberman's Handbook 

The Crime of Hallow E' en. By Laura J. Libby 

Nautical Almanac. 1892. By Thos. Teunent 

Beading and Speaking 

Outlines of Rhetoric 

Collectors' Book 

Here' s Something New 

Gossip from Paris. Paris, November 23 

Feminine Fads and Fancies 

New York Gossip 

The Mathematician 

The Wraith of a Sin 

Kecallings of Charles Sumner and the Poet Longfellow. 
By Joseph Howard, jr. 

Knox on Brokers 

To Bar Out Paupers 

Strikes and Treaties 

Money Market Abroad. November 23 

Lord Lytton Suddenly Stricken Down 

The Arch bishop's Trial 

Charles Lherbette 

Money Market Abroad. November 24 

Magnificent Dresses 

Will Help the Strikers... 

Financial Market Abroad 

Minister Lincoln 

Bismarck and Milan 

Dinner and Politics 

Bad American Bill 

Money Market Abroad 

Cruisers' Arrivals 

Accordion Guide. By F. J. Holzbaur 

Guide to Master works. By George Schneider 

China Painting. By Ellen P. Wickes 

Beautiful Thoughts 

Emmett Bonlore. By Opie Read 

Reference History of United States. By Hannah A. 

Davidson. 
The Latin Declensions and Conj ugations 

It is Possible. By Helen Van Anderson 

Reference Annotations of the Maine Reports. Vols. 1-82, 

inclusive. 
Military Records of Rutland, Vt. 1861-'66 



Peopeietobs. 



Wilson, Humphries & Co., 
Logansport, Ind. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
W. B. Judson. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Thos. Tennent, 

San Francisco. 
Brainard G. Smith, 

Cornell University. 
J. H. Gilmore, 

University of Rochester. 
M. A. Nobles, Philadelphia. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
The United Press. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New T York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
F. J. Holzbaur. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Ellen P. Wickes. 
James Pott & Co., 

New York. 
Opie P. Read, Chicago. 

H. A. Davidson. 

George H. Browne, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Helen Van Anderson, 

Chicago. 
George Hazen, Oxford, Me. 



J. H. Gouldino- 



Rutland, Vt. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Emory Hymnal. No. 2 

A Confirmed Bachelor. By George M. Travis 

A Kentucky Duel. By Walter L. Hawley 

Uncle George. By I. TVitmark and F. B. Hawkins 

A Little Brown Seed. By Mrs. George Archibald 

Boston Homilies. Second series 

An Artificial Fate. By Clarence Boutelle 

The Housekeeper's Friend 

Beminiscences and Letters. Mary Parker 

Blutzurgen 

The Flowing Bowl 

Course of Instruction in Color. By Elsa A. Sargeant 

Mr. East's Experience in Mr. Bellamy's World. By. 

Conrad Wilbrandt. 
General Andrew Jackson. By Oliver Dyer 

Boxborough. By Lucie Caroline Hager 

Art Society and Accomplishments. By R. Barry Black- 
burn. 

Dollarocracy. Bv a New Hand. Chapters 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 
9,10, 11,12, 13,-15, and 16. 

Marshall's Emergency Rules 

Test Questions to Accompany American Literature 

Outline to Accompany ' ' Leonard and Gertrude. ' ' 1891-'92 
Hidden Treasures. By Dr. Jay Shrader.. 

De Amicitia of Marcus Tullius Cicero. By Mary E. 

Vaughan. 
A Warrant for Hurlbert. London, November 25 

Cavalleria Rusticana. Vocal Gems. English words by 

Geo. Cooper ; music by P. Mascagni. 
Howe's Easy Waltz Album. For orchestra and piano.... 

Check List 

Spanish in a Week 

Comprehensive and Concise Treatise on Catarrh 

Stamp Collecting 

The True Christian Science. By E. R. Knowles 

Jacqueminot. By H. L. Husted 

Artist and Artisan 

Memoirs of Governor Wm. Smith. By John W. Bell .... 

Mrs. Dines'. By W. Clark Russell 

Summer in the Winter Time. By W. E. Arnold 

The Bible and Song Revivalist 

Atlas of Northwestern Elevators. ( Duluth Elevators ) . ... 
Town of Lake. Vol. 1 



Proprietors. 



John J. Hood, Philadelphia. 



Isidore Witmark, 

New York. 
Hunt & Eaton, New York. 

Do. 
M. J. Ivins&Co., 

New York. 
Young Ladies' Missionary 
Society, Chicago. 

Silas H. Durand, 

Southampton, Pa. 
A. Bendel, Reading, Pa. 
William Schmidt, 

New York. 
The Prang Educational 
Company, Boston. 

Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
•Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Lucie C. Hager. 
The Blackburn Company, 

Chicago. 
Tillotson & Son, London. 

A. S. Marshall, 

Woodbury, N. J. 

D. C. Heath & Co., Boston. 

Do. 
Vane & Vane, Bartow, Fla. 

Albert Scott & Co., 

Chicago. 
Press Publishing Company, 
New T York. 
Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Elias Howe, Boston. 

A. T. Bond, Boston. 

Thos. R. Foote, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Orieirlal Catarrh Treatment 
Company, Louisville, Ky. # 
Alvah Davison. 

E. R. Knowles, 

West Sutton, Mass. 
H. L. Husted, Boston. 

The Yale & Towne Manu- 
facturing Company, 

Stamford, Conn. 
J. W. Bell, 

Culpeper Court-House, Va. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 
W. E. Arnold. 

A. J. Hood, Muscoda, Wis. 
Chas. Rascher, Chicago. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Union Stock-yards and Packing Houses. 1891. 



Chicago Suburban Maps. Cook County, 111., 1891 
Columbus, Ohio. 1891 



Real Estate Chart. November 22-28, 1891 



Employment Guide. November 22-28, 1891. 

Farm Directory. November 22-28, 1891 

Rooms for Rent. November 22-28, 1891 

Boarders Wanted. November 22-28, 1891.... 

Hotel Directory. November 22-28, 1891 

Teachers. November 22-28, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Central Map Survey and 
Publishing Co., Chicago. 
Do. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany (L't'd), New York. 
The Record Publishing Co. , 
Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
-Do. 



PERIODICALS. 



The Albany Law Journal. November 21, 1891. 
American Agriculturist. December, 1891 



American Architect and Building News. November 21. 

1891. 
The American Contractor. November 21, 1891 



The American Digest. No. 58, p. 1-129 
The American Field. November 28, 1891. .. 
The American Florist. November 26, 1891 



American Horse Breeder. November 21, 1891. 
American Machinist. November 26, 1891. 



American Musical Times. November 18, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. November 21, 1891. 



The American Paper Trade. November 21, 1891.. 
The American Stock-Keeper. November 21, 1891 



The Architectural Review. November 2, 1891. 



Architecture and Building. November 21, 1891. 
The Arena, December 9, 1891 



The Argosy December 5, 1891 

The Arkansaw Traveler. November 28, 1891 



L' Art de la Mode. January, 1892 

The Atlantic Monthly. December, 1891. 

The Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 20. 

The Author. November 15, 1891 



Weed, Parsons & Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 
Orange Judd Co. , 

New York. 
Ticknor&Co., Boston. 

B. Edwards & Co., 

New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
American Field Publishing 
Company, Chicago. 

American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
Geo. B. James, Boston. 

American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
D. O. Evans, 

Youngstown, Ohio. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 
American Stock-Keeper 
Publishing Co., Boston. 
Bates, Kimball & Guild, 

Boston. 

W. T. Comstock, New York. 

Arena Publishing Company, 

Boston. 

Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 

Review Printing Company, 

Chicago. 

W. J. Morris, New York. 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 

Wm. H. Hills, Boston. 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Ave Maria, November 28, 1891 



Boys of New York. December 12, 1891 
Bradstreet's. November 21, 1891 



Brooklyn Life. November 28, 1 891 

Cassell Family Magazine. December, 1891. 
Central Law Journal. November 20, 1891... 
The Century Magazine. December, 1891.... 
Chaperone. November, 1891 



Children's Home Finder. November, 1891 

The Christian Herald. November 25, 1891 
The Christian Union. November 28, 1891 . 



The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. November 

21, 1891. 
Cordage Trade Journal. November 15, 1891 



The Cosmopolitan. December, 1891 

Credit Review. November, 1891 

Current Literature. December, 1891, 



Daughters of America. November, 1891 

Deutsch-Amerikanische Familien-Blatter. No. 3. 

The Doll's Dressmaker. December, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. November 25, 1891 



Electrical Review. November 28, 1891 

The Electrical World. November 28, 1891 



The Engineering Record. November 21, 1891. 

The Epoch. November 20, 1891 

Farmers' Review. November 18, 1891 



Fashions. December, 1891 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 9 

Forest and Stream. November 26, 1891. 



The Forum. December, 1891 

Fox's Weekly. November 30, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. November 28, 

1891. 
Garden and Forest. November 25, 1891 



Godey's Lady's Book. December, 1891.. 

Golden Days. December 5, 1891 

2 T E 



Proprietors. 



D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
The Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Co., Brooklyn. 

Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
The Century Company, 

New York. 

Annie L. Y. Swart and Aug. 

Gast Bank-Note Litho. 

Co. , Chicago. 

Geo. K. Hoover, 

Davenport, Iowa. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
The Christian Union Com- 
pany, New York. 
Wm. B. Dana& Co., 

New York. 
Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 
The Cosmopolitan Pub. Co. , 
New York. 
Credit Review Co. , Chicago. 
Current Literature Pub. Co. , 
New York. 
True & Co. , Augusta, Me. 
S. Zickel, New York. 

Jennie Wren, New York. 
The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
The Electrical Review Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The W. J. Johnson Com- 
pany, New York. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
Epoch Pub. Co. , New York. 
H.H. Chandler & Co., 

Chicago. 
Syndicate Trading Co. , 

Rochester, N. Y. 
West Publishing Co. , 

St. Paul. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Forum Pub. Co., NeAV York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 

The Garden and Forest Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Godey Pub. Co., 

Philadelphia. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Propeietors. 



Golden Hours. November 21, 1891 

Golden Moments. November, 1891 

The Golden Weekly. December 10, 1891. 

Good News. December 12, 1891, 

The Graphic. November 21, 1891 

Hallett's American Farmer and Family Magazine. No- 
vember, 1891. 
Harper's Bazar. December 12, 1891 

Harper's Weekly. November 28, 189 1 

Harper's Young People. November 24, 1891 

Home and Farm. December 1, 1891 

The Homiletic Review. December, 1891 

The Household Companion. December, 1891 

The Illustrated American. November 28, 1891 

Illustrated Christian Weekly. November 28, 1891 

The Illustrated Family Herald November, 1891 

The Illustrated Police News. November 28, 1891 

The Internal Revenue Record. November 21, 1891....... 

International Chess Magazine. August, 1891 

Irrigation Age. November 15, 1891 

The Jewelers' Circular. November 25, 1 891 

The Jewelers' Weekly. November 25, 1891 

Judge. November 28, 1891 

Kate Field's Washington. November 25, 1891 

Ladies' World. December, 1891 

The Ladies' Health Journal. November, 1891 

Life. November 26, 1891 

Lock and Bell. November, 1891 .... 

Mathematical Magazine. October, 1 891 

Medical News. November 28, 1891 

Medical Record. November 28, 1891 

The Missionary Review. December, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland und Amerika. November 

18, 1891. 
The National Farmer and Home Magazine. November 

8, 1891. 

The National Police Gazette. December 5, 1891 

The New Nation. November 21, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. November 23, 1891 



Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
True & Co. , Augusta, Me. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
The Graphic Co., Chicago. 
H. Hallett & Co., 

Portland, Me. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Home and Farm Pub. Co., 

Louisville, Ky. 
Funk& Wagnalls Co., 

New York. 
Household Companion Pub. 
Co., Boston. 

Illustrated American Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Illustrated Christian Weekly 
Company, New York. 
True & Co. , Augusta, Me. 
Illustrated News Co. , 

Boston. 
W. C. & F. P. Church, 

New York. 
W. Steinitz, New York. 
Smythe, Button & Poor, 

Salt Lake, Utah. 
The Jewelers' Circular Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 
The Jewelers' Weekly Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Judge Pub. Co. , New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
S.H. Moore & Co., 

New York. 

D. W. Winter, 

Newark, Ohio. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Wm. Byrnes, Philadelphia. 
Artemas Martin, 

Washington, D. C. 
Lea Brothers & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Wm. Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New- York. 
Germania Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

E. C. Allen & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Edward Bellamy, Boston. 

F. T. Low, New York. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



New York Clipper. November 28, 1891 

New York Family Story Paper. December 5, 1891. 



New York Fireside Companion. December 19, 1891 
The New York Ledger. November 28, 1891 



The New York Medical Journal. November 21, 1891.. , 

New York Nationalist. November 21 , 1891 

The New York Supplement. Vol. 16, No. 1 



North American Review. December, 1891.... 
The Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 25, No. 17. 

The Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 50, No. 1 . 

Once a Week. November 24, 1891 

Ornithologist and Oologist. November, 1891. 



Our Home and Fireside Magazine. November, 1891.... 

Our Little Ones. December, 1891 

Outing. December, 1891 

The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 17 

The Peoples' Illustrated Journal. November, 1891 

The Peoples' Literary Companion . November, 1891 

The Peoria Drug Review. November, 1891 



The Police Gazette. December 5, 1891 

The Practical Housekeeper. November, 1891 

Puck. November 25, 1891 



The Railway Corporation Law Journal. November 28, 

1891. 
The Rural New Yorker. November 28, 1891 



St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. November 14-19, 1891. 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. November 21, 1891. 

St. Nicholas. December, 1891 

Saturday Night. December 12, 1891 . . 



School Journal. November 21, 1891. 



Scientific American. November 28, 1891 

Scientific American Supplement. November 28, 1891. 

The Scrap Book. November, 1891 

Shoe and Leather Reporter. November 26, 1 891 



Proprietors. 



The Shopper. November 21, 1891. 



Frank Queen Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Geo. Munro, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, . 

New York. 
I). Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Hugh B. O'Reilly, 

New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 

Lloyd Brice, New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 

Do. 

P. F. Collier, New York. 

Frank B. Webster, 

Hyde Park. Mass. 
H. Hallett&Co., 

Portland, Me. 
Russell Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Outing Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Geo. Stinson & Co., 

Portland, Me. 
E. C. Allen &Co., 

Augusta., Me. 
Colburn, Burks & Co., 

Peoria, 111. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
H. Hallett&Co., 

Portland, Me. 
Keppler & Sehwarzmann, 

New York. 
L. K. Strouse & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 

Rural Publishing Company, 

New York. 

P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 
Century Co., New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Munn & Co., New York. 

Do. 
H. S. Mills, St. Paul, Minn. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
Boston. 
Shopper Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 



12 



PERIODIC AXS— Continued 



Titles. 



The Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 30 

The Southern Reporter. Vol. 10, No. 4 

The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 17, No. 10 

The Sporting Life. November 28, 1891 

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. December 12, 1891. 
The Sunday School Times. November 28, 1891 

Sunshine for Youth. November, 1891 

Supreme Court Reporter. Vol. 12, No. 1 

Texas Siftings. November 28, 1891 

The Thrifty Farmer and Fireside Magazine. Novem- 
ber, 1891. 
Tobacco. November 20, 1891 

Transactions of American Society of Civil Engineers. 
September, 1891. 

True's Farming World and Household Magazine. No- 
vember, 1891. 

Underwood's Counterfeit Reporter. November and De- 
cember, 1891. 

United States Official Postal Guide. November, 1891... 

Western Electrician. November 28, 1891 

Word and Works. December, 1891 

Yule Tide. December, 1891 , 

The Youth's Companion. November 26, 1891 



Proprietors. 



West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Sporting Life Publish- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 
E. C. Allen & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 

Texas Siftings Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Geo. Stinson & Co., 

Portland, Me. 
The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Co. , New York. 
American Society of Civil 
Engineers, New York. 
True & Co., Augusta, Me. 

Anthony Stumpf & Co. , 

New York. 

Geo. F. Lasher, 

Philadelphia. 

Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Word and Works Publish- 
ing Company, St. Louis. 

Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Perry Mason & Co. , Boston. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Song of Love. Words by V. Hugo ; music by E. Karst 

My Star. English translation by A. Reis ; music by Th. 
Giese. 

You. By A. G. Robyn 

In the Beginning was The World. By Paul Mori 

O ! Come Let Us Sing. By Charles Galloway 

Convent Bells. By H. Bollman ; arranged by Wm. Fo- 
den (difficult). 

La Belle Mollee Waltz. By B. F. Whittington ; ar- 
ranged for mandolin and guitar. 

La Belle Mollee. By B. F. Whittington, for mandolin.. 

La Belle Mollee. By B. F. Whittington, for mandolin 
and piano. 

La Belle Mollee. By B. F. Whittington, for piano 

Convent Bells. By H. Bollman ; arranged by Wm. Fo- 
den (easy). 



Bollman Bros. Music Co. , 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



13 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Love's Desire. By T. N. Kershaw 

For the Future. By E. W. Masters 

The Seaside. Description by H. A. Strassburg ; music 
by E. Kamman. 

The Eye. By J. E. Fancher 

On a Day. Words by Shakespeare ; music by F. Camp- 
bell. 

Papa's Lullaby. Words and music by David H. Dodge. 

Between Love and Duty. Words by Chas. Williams ; 
music by Leo. Dryden. 

Hear! O Hear Us! By C. F. L. Runcie 

Be Thou Mine Own. Words by G. H. Newcombe ; music 
by J. C. Ervini. 

Columbia Gavotte. By K. M. Marchison, jr 

Gentle Sleep. By W. G. Wood 

Shall We Remember ? Words by Clifton Bingham ; music 

by E. Birch. 
Jenny's W T ooing. Words by F. E. Weatherly ; music 

by L. King. 

Golden Summer. Words and music by G. Lane 

Amongst the Roses. Words by H. M. Burnside ; music 

by G. F. Cobb. 

Carmencita Waltz. By J. S. Cox 

Duquesne Schottische. By George Frey 

Unless by E. Murphy. Words by Mrs. Browning ; music 

by E. Murphy. 

Fandango Bugle. By J. A Eiler, for guitar 

The Banks of the River of Time. Words by D. L. 

Bodge ; music by G. Arlington. 

Heavenly Echoes. By Chas. D. Blake 

A Noble Briton. Words and music by S. C.Worthen 

We Will Meet Again Some Day. Words by G. S. Shaw ; 

music by W. A. Stiles. 
The Chinese Picnic Schottische. By John St. George.... 
Alone in the Quiet Gloaming. Music by L. E. Dowdoin 

Tyrolean Schottische. By W. C. Pfaff. 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. By H. J. King 

Te Deum Laudamus. By F. Adlam 

Rejoice, for Love is Lord. Words by R. Buchanan ; 

music by A. C. Mackenzie. 
O Thou Divine. Words by R. Buchanan ; music by A. 

C. Mackenzie. 

Try Me, O God. By J. V. Roberts 

L' Espagnolita Waltz. By W. C. Levey 

Sleep Thou, My Son ! Words and music by M. Picco- 

lomini. 

Improvisation. By P. A. Schnecker, for organ 

Valse Lente. By Eduard Schuett ; revised by F. Meyer 
The Approach of Spring. By Franz Behr ; edited by 

H. W. Nicholl. 
Spanish Song. By Franz Behr ; edited by H. W. Nicholl 
Oh ! Beloved Mine. By Franz Behr ; edited by H. W. 

Nicholl. 



Proprietors. 



Chas. Bobzin & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
The John Church Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 

Do. 
J. & J. Hopkinson, 

London, England. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 

Geo. Frey. 

Mrs. A. J. Murphy. 

J. A. Eiler. 

Chas. D. Blake & Co., 

Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. B. Cramer, 

London, England. 
Chappell & Co., 

London, England. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



14 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pjropeietors. 



The Fairy Wedding. Words by Stephen Berry ; music 

by G. W. Marston. 
Hail to the Monarch. Words by F. W. Bancroft ; music 

by G. W. Marston. 

Notturno. By E. Grieg. Op. 54, No. 4 

If You Love Me Darling, Tell Me With Your Eyes. By 

H. T. Smith ; arranged ior orchestra. 
King's Fool. By A. Muller, jr. Violin and piano 

Ehre sei Gott in der Hohe. By J. Concone ; arranged 

by Wra. Noelsch. 
L' Athens. Music by J. E. Fancher 

The Rye. Music by J. E. Fancher 

Hark! Hark! My Soul. By A. J." Holden 

Baby's Lullaby. Music by W. S. Marshall 

Lullaby. Words and music by D. Hesselberg 

The Nightingale Song English translation by George 

Cooper ; music by Zeller ; arranged by Chas. E. Pratt. 
The Picture That They Gaze Upon No More. Words 

and music by J. P. Skelty. 
She Gave Me a Pretty Red Rose. Music by J. P. Skelly ; 

arranged for banjo and piano by Edw. C. Dobson. 
Heel and Toe Poika. By Clifford Putnam ; arranged 

by E. C. Dobson. 
The Little Fisher-Maiden. By R. Waldmann ; arranged 

by E. C. Dobson. 
Little Annie Rooney. Music by M. Nolan ; arranged by 

E. C. Dobson. 
The All Love Jack. Words by Stephen Adams ; music 

by E. C. Dobson. 
That is Love. Schottische. Arranged by C. E. Pratt... 
What a Difference in the Morning. Song. Arranged by 

James J. Freeman. 
What a Difference in the Morning. Waltz. Arranged 

by James Kingman. 

World's Fair March. By S. Markstein 

Speak Again That Last Sweet Word. Words by Geo. 

Cooper ; music by J. P. Skelly. 
Little Magie Magee. Words and music by Loren Brag- 
don. 
Katie's Dream Schottische. By C. S. Patty, for two 

banjos. 

Sun Flower Waltz. By C. S. Patty, for two banjos , 

La Reine Schottische. By Wm. Baxter, for two banjos.. 
La Carmencita Spanish Dance. By Wm. Baxter, for 

banjo club. 
Fifth Avenue March. By Walter Stearns, for two banjos 

Bee Line March. By Walter Stearns, for two banjos 

The Happy Coon Jig. By T. A. Kimball, for two banjos 
Soldiers' Pride March. By T. A. Kimball, for two banjos 

On the Levee. By T. A.Kimball 

The Cannonade Galop. By T. A. Kimball, for two banjos 
Josie Mazurka. By T. A. Kimball, for two banjos....... 

Electric March. By T. A. Kimball, for two banjos 

He is Irish. Words and music by Loren Bragden 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Do. 

Dr. Th. Baker, New York. 
John F. Ellis & Co., 

Washington, D. C. 
George Willig & Co. , 

Baltimore. 
Theo. F. Miller and Wm. 
Noelsch, Philadelphia. 
Chas. Bobzin & Co. , 

Detroit, Mich. 
Do. 
M. Leidt & Co., New York. 
Max Meyer & Bro. Co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York 
Richard A. Saalfield, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

White-Smith Music Pub- 
lishing Co. , Boston. 
A. C. Fairbank & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



15 



musical compositions-continued. 



Titles. 



Eva Valsby Juventino Rosas 

Mi Esperanza, ( My Hope. ) By Asturo Procel 

La Castaiieda Polka. By Arturo Procel 

Sueiio de Arnor. By J. E. Hernandez 

The Way to Live. Words by Charles Wilmott ; music 

by F. W. Venton. 
East and West. Words by Norton Atkins; music by 

Felix McGlennon. 

On Principle. Words and music by Arthur Sheldon 

Cadiz-Gaditana. By J. Albeniz 

Warblings from the Dell Waltz. By J. M. Crane 

The Angel Choir. Words by J. S. Brown ; music by J. 

H. Fillmore. 
Robin and Jean. Words by F. S. Savage ; music by Jean 

Ryan. 
Fortune Telling. Words by E. Lander ; music by 

Charles H. Gabriel. 
If I were a Breeze. Words by L. M. B. Bateman ; music 

by Jean Ryan. 
Volkslied. Madel ruck, ruck, ruck 

Die Stunde raft zum Scheiden. By C. Klein 

Griisse an die Heimath. By C. Kromer 

Swiss Patrol. By I. Oser 

Merry-go-Round. By A. B. Frost 

Some-Day. Words and music by J. H. Allmau 

How Could we Forget the Dear Babies' Song. Words 

and music by William Frizelle. 
Tarantella Rusticana. By Robert Coverly 

Songs of Other Days. By Frank Dumont 

Romeo's Ladder. Words by T. B. Aldrich ; music by J. 

D. Redding. 
Of Thee. By T. H. Northrup 

He Never Came Back. Arranged by W. Strack 

Love's Old Sweet Song. By J. L. Molloy ; arranged by 
W. Strack. 

His Name Is Patrick Brannigan. Waltz. By If. Ken- 
nedy, for orchestra 

Stella Romance. Arranged hy W. Strack , 

Beyond the Smiling and the Weeping. Words by H. 
Bonar ; music by H. B. Roney. 

Clouds of Spray. By C. Heinrich ; revised by L. Kessler. 

Tsching ! Boom ! March. By Hummel ; revised by L. 
Kessler. 

The Publican Song, in C. By B. Van de Water 

Christmas Hymn. Words by S. H. Rhodes ; music by 
P. A. Schnecker. 

Happy-go-Lucky Polka. By H. T. Statham 

Bright and Gay March. By F. H. Lincoln 

Trocadero, from Paul Jones. Arranged by Sep. Winner. . 

Sleep, Darling, Sleep. Music by F. W. Coyne 

The Fisher-Crews' Return. By G. A. Veazie 

Make a Joyful Noise Unto the Lord. By J. E. Trow- 
bridge. 



Proprietors. 



Ed. Gariel, Saltillo, Mex. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 
Do. 

Do. 
Joseph Williams, London. 
Win. EL Harris, 

Minneapolis. 

Fillmore Bros., Cincinnati. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Wm. Rohlfing & Sons, 

Milwaukee. 
Do. 
Do. 
National Music Company, 

Chicago. 
Alden B. Frost, 

Sheridan, Ind. 
J. H. Allman, Chicago. 

Wm. Frizelle, New York. 

Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Chicago Music Company, 

• Chicago. 
J. C. Grasmuk, New York. 
Do. 



Do. 

Do. 
Henry B. Roney, Chicago. 

Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Oh, What a Difference in the Morning. By Felix McGlen- 

non. 
Little Fisher - Maiden. By Waldmann ; arranged for 

guitar hy Sep. Winner. 

Dutch Warbler. Sep. Winner 

Only to See Thee, Darling. Sep. Winner 

Mass, in E minor. By G. Barton 

Midsummer Night. By J. Rheinberger 

Charity. Arranged hy J. W. Davis 

Put on Yer Robes. By A. W. Noll 

Fresh Life. By F. Spindler ; revised and fingered by L. 

Keach. 

Mexican Serenade. By Tipaldi 

The Old Clock on the Stairs. Words by Longfellow ; 

music by J. W. Hutchinson. 

Hepzibah. Polonaise. By O. H. Upton 

Over the Summer Sea. From Rigoletto ; arranged for 

piano and organ by J. Bellak. 

American Dance. By Win. Bendix 

Loved Still. Words by George Cooper ; music by Rob- 
ert Coverly. 
Dancing Waves Waltz. By J. Rosas ; arranged by Max 

Maier, for zither. 
Melancolie. Words by A. Silvestre ; music by J. Faure 

Septembre. Words by H. Vacaresco ; music by J. Mas- 
senet. 

El Turia Waltz. By D. Granado ; arranged by J. H. 
Williams, for two banjos. 

Happy Thought Schottische. By E. G. Harbaugh 

The Minstrel Boy. Arranged by H. Prendiville, for cor- 
net or saxophone. 

The Minstrel Boy. Arranged by H. Prendiville, for bar- 
itone. 

American Patrol. By F. W. Meacham, for band 

Air Varie. By H. Painpare ; arranged by F. H. Greis- 
singer, for saxophone or clarinet. 

The Champion. By John Hartmann ; arranged by Paul 
de Ville. 

Mary Green Waltz. Arranged by L. O. DeWitt, for or- 
chestra. 

Iven. Arranged by L. O. DeWitt, for orchestra 

Salutation Quadrille. By R. Schlepegrell 

Der Vogelhandler. By C. Zeller ; selections arranged 
by Geo. Wiegand, for orchestra. 

Memories of Tara. Irish overture. By L. O. DeWitt.... 

Grand Fantasie. The Men of Harlech. By H. Round ; 
arranged by H. Prendiville, for piccolo. 

Hot Springs Waltz. By J. S. Ramey 

Farewell, Layda. Music by C. J. Rockwell 

If I This Rose May Wear. Words by J. C. R. Dorr ; 
music by E. H. Bailey. 

Harvard Gavotte. By M. J. Keating 

My Song. Words by R. Bridges ; music by Wm. von 
Lossberg. 

The Old Organ Blower. Words by G. M. Vickers ; mu- 
sic by Adam Geibel. 



Peopeietoes. 



Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Max Maier, San Francisco. 

Heugel&Co., 

Paris, France. 
Do. 



J. F. Ellis & Co. 

Do. 
Carl Fischer, 



Washington. 
New York. 



Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

The Treloar Music Co. , 

Mexico, Mo. 
Do. 
E. H. Bailey, Boston. 

Robt. Metcalf, Chicago. 
Wm. von Lossberg. 

G. M. Vickers. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Sparkling Cascades Valse. By E. Waldteufel, for or- 
chestra. 
Ave Maria. Music by Platon Brounoff 

The Orphan Newsboy. Words and music by F. J. 
Hamill ; arranged by E. Staka. 

The Surge of the Sea. Words and music by W. A. Ben- 
jamin. 

Jour de Fete, Petite March. By M. Carman. Op. 141.... 

Sur les Chevaux de Bois. By M. Carman. Op. 140 

Columbia Gavotte. By K. M. Murchison, for piano and 
mandolin. 

And There Were Shepherds. By Will. M. S. Brown 

Fourth Sonatina, for violin and piano. By W. F. Sudds. 

Adagio, from Fourth Sonata. By W. F. Sudds, for violin. 

Fourth Sonatina, in F major. By W. F. Sudds, violin.. 

It Came Upon the Midnight Clear. By Balfe ; arranged 
by F. Vinal. 

Stella Polka. Arranged for mandolin and guitar by 
C. E. Pratt. 

Old Stone Chimney. Words by T. V. Welch ; music by 
Andrews and Dressier. 

Doushka. By Frances Allitsen 

In After Years. Words by E. P. Ingersoll ; music by 

F. S. Ogilvie. 
lone. Words by C. B. Soule ; music by H. S. Sawyer.. 

Kodak. Words by C. B. Soule ; music by H. S. Sawyer. 

Columbia Mazurka. By E. J. Walker 

Bells of Long Ago. By F. L. Morey 

The Songs My Mother Liked Best. Words and music 

by Mary Rankin. 

Barcarolle. By Platon Brounoff. 

Baby Ruth's Slumber Song. By G. Schleiffarth, for 

violin and piano. 
Baby Ruth's Slumber Song. By G. Schleiffarth, for 

piano. 
Baby Ruth's Slumber Song. Words by H. B. Smith ; 

music by G. Schleiffarth. 

Ethiopian. By W. A. Barrington ; arranged for band 

Maple Glen Waltz. By -Jos. Rickett, for banjo 

Maple Glen Waltz. By Jos. Rickett, for piano 

O'Hara. Words and music by E- Corbett 

Her Father Has Turned the Dear Picture Again. Words 
and music by C. Graham. 

Money, Beautiful Money. By Melville and Stetson 

Carol, Carol Christians. Music by Mrs.W. S. McCowan. 

Alpine Sunset. Waltz. By C. J. Rockwell 



Proprietors. 



A. P. Schmidt, 



Boston. 



National Music Company, 
Chicago. 
Do. 



Do. 



Brussels. 



A. Cranz, 

Do. 
John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

T. V. Welch. 

Joseph Williams, 

London, England. 
Frank S. Ogilvie, 

New York. 
The S. Brainard's Sons Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

J. S. Unger, Reading, Pa. 
Jos. Rickett, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
E. Schuberth&Co., 

New York. 

The Treloar Music Company, 

Mexico, Mo. 






3 T E 



18 
MAPS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Richland County, North Dakota 

Newport News, Va. October, 1891. 



Cuero, Tex. September, 1891 

Luling, Tex. September, 1891 

Canton, S. Dak. October, 1891 

Two Rivers, Wis. October, 1891 

Lincoln, 111. October, 1891 

Elizabethtown, Ky. September, 1891 

Elkton, Md. October, 1891 

Newark, Del. September, 1891 

Christiansburg, Va. September, 1891 

Sterling and Rock Falls, 111 . October, 1 891 . 17 sheets. . . 

Batavia, 111. October, 1891. 12 sheets 

The City of Vancouver, Wash., and Environs. By C. A 

Homan. 
McDonald, McCurdy, and Hickory Producing Wells 



E. K. Morrill. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, Limited, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. A. Homan. 

American Manufacturers, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



CHARTS. 



Pantaloon Delineator A. McDowell. 

Bezique \ Albert G. Cook. 

Spring and Summer of 1892 [ Geo. D. W. Lennon, Chicago. 

Cowell's New Advertising Time Chart of the World E R. E. Cowell, 

Ypsilanti, Mich. 
Skeen's Newly Revised and Enlarged Genealogical, Margaret Skeen Boyd. 

Chronological, and Geographical Chart. Atlas or Book- Louisville, Ky. 

Form. By Jacob Skeen. 



ENGRAVINGS. 



No. 739 


Offield, Towle& Linthicum, 


No. 729 


Chicago. 
Do. 


Piano Bench. 


No. 4045 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 4005 


Do. 


Piano Bench. 


No. 4040 


Do. 


Piano Chair. 


No. 4033 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 4025 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 4018 


Do. 


No. 4010 




Do. 


No. 4000 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 733 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 723 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 707 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 682 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 677 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 672 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 647 


Do. 


Piano Stool. 


No. 611 


Do. 


No. 0720 




Do. 


No. 719 


Do. 



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ENGRAVINGS -Continued. 



Titles. 


Peoprietors. 


No. 704 




Offield, Towle & Linthicum 


No. 700 




Chicago. 
Do 


No. 690 


Do 


No. 689 


Do 


No. 685 


Do 


No. 684 


Do 


No. 065 


Do 


No. 660 


Do. 


No. 655 


Do 


No. 650 


Do 


No. 640 


Do. 


No. 635 


Do. 


No. 630 


Do 


No. 5n 


Do 







PHOTOGRAPHS. 



No. 7573 T 

No. 28015 W 

Dinner in the Barn 

Meditation 

The Knitter. Etched by Chas. Waltner, 

Rita. No. 10 

Edna Wallace. No. 1 

Take a Bite, Doggie 

You Can't Have My Doggie 

Tommie's One-Horse Shay. No. 1 

Tommie's One-Horse Shay. No. 2 

The Jealous Doggie 

Does Doggie Like Candy 

Little Friends 

Both Tired 

Giving Her Playmate a Ride 



Schumacher & Ettlinger, 

New York. 

Do. 
M. B. Parkinson, New York. 
S. R. Stoddard, 

Glens Falls, N. Y. 
Boussod, Valadon & Co., 

New York. 
B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 
George Barker, 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Stolen Sweets 

One Day 

Wm. McKinley, jr 

Electrical Building. 767 feet long by 351 wide. 



Birdseye View of Grounds and Building Columbian Ex- 
position, 1893. 

U. S. Man of War. Full Size Battle Ship, 348 feet long 
and 70 wide. 



C. H. Philips Chemical Com- 
pany. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
The Forbes Lithograph 
Company, Boston. 

The Winters Art Litho- 
graph Company, Chicago. 
Do. 

• Do. 



20 



LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Mines Building. 700 feet long by 350 wide 


The Winters Art Litho- 


Machinery Hall . 850 feet long by 500 deep 


graph Company, Chicago. 
Do. 


Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building. Covers 44 

acres ; 1,700 feet long by 800 feet deep. 
Casino and Pier. 1,000 feet out in lake ; 180 feet long 

by 400 feet deep. 
Gallery of Fine Arts. 500 feet long by 320 deep 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


Transportation Buildings. 960 feet long by 250 deep 

Fisheries and Aquariums. 1,100 feet long by 200 wide... 
Woman's Building. 400 feet long by 200 feet deep 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


Horticultural Hall. 1, 000 feet long by 286 deep 


Do. 


Administration Building. Covers an area of 250 feet 

square. 
Agricultural Building. 800 feet long by 500 deep 


Do. 
Do. 







TREASURY DEPARTMENT. No. S3. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE-ENTRIES 



OF 



BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE 



OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS, 



AT 



WASHINGTON, 



UNDER 



THE COPYRIGHT LAW. 



FROM 



November 30 to December 5, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright 
has been completed by the deposit of two copies in the office. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 
1891. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Appleton's Guide to Mexico. By Alfred R. Conkling.... 

Woman in French Art. Parts 22 and 23. By Geo. W. 
Sheldon. 

The Flight of the Shadow. By George MacDonal d 

The Little Millionaire. By Martha L. Moodey 

Fairy-Lore. By Carrie N. Horwitz 

The Story of Massachusetts. By Edward Everett Hale.. 

The Story of New Mexico. By Horatio C. Ladd 

The Story of the United States. By Elbridge S. Brooks 
Latest News from Europe. London, November 28, 1891 

Farm Life in December 

Due Book 

The Good Samaritan. Cantata. By W. M. Wait 

Bowling Score Book. No. 1 

The Midnight Escape. By Bill Nye 

Leland Stanford, Jr., University Cooperative Society 

Walter Graham, Statesman. By An American 

The Abraham Lincoln Park and Monument Association 

Popular Subscription Card. 
The Gate Beautiful. By Hugh Macmillan 

Brave and True. By Thain Davidson 

A Strange Voyage 

The Gulf Country of Texas 

Harry Harnian's Christmas Pamphlet 

Christmas Carols. No. 1. 1891 

Beadle's Pocket Library. No. 412 

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. No. 749 

Beadle's Dime Library. No. 684 

Beadle's Popular Library. No. 36 

Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of 
Philadelphia. 

Planets in October. September 30, 1 891 

Live Old World Topics. London, November 28, 1891.... 

Conchas is Yet Alive. Valparaiso via Galveston, Tex. 

November 30, 1891. 

Caesar's Column. November 21, 1891 

Texas Teachers' Daily Register 

Aurette's Husband. Chapters 1, 2, and 3. Translated 

from the French MS. by Max Maury. 
Latest News from Europe. London, November 28, 1891. 

(3) 



Proprietors. 



D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
The Sun Printing and Pub- 
lishing Ass'n, New York. 

D. D. T. Moore, New York. 
Charles Pragen, 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
A. G. Spaulding&Bro., 

New York. 

Edgar W. Nye, New York. 

Cooperative Society Pub. 

Co. , San Francisco. 

Fulton Publishing Co., 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Porter & Co., 

Richmond, Va. 
Macmillan & Co., 

New York. 
Fleming H. Revell Co., 

New York. 
H. Francis Allen, St. Louis. 
Edmund Sherwodd. 
Harry Harman, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Bimsbey E. Warner, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 
Beadle &' Adams, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
American Catholic Histori- 
cal Society of Philadel- 
phia, Philadelphia. 

E. M. Converse, Providence. 
The New York Times, 

New York. 
Press Publishing Company, 
N. Y. World, New York. 
Francis J. Schulte, Chicago. 
Jas. M. Carlisle. 
Laird & Lee, Boston. 

The Sun Printing and Pub. 
Association, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Litu rgien 

Notes on American Confectionery. By Perfecto 

Rustic Chivalry. (Libretto. ) By Pietro Mascagni. 

TheO. K. Credit Check Book 

Portland Testimonials 



Forty-six-foot Racing Yachts. By H. G. Peabody and 

Geo. A. Stewart. 
Representative American Yachts. Part 4. By H. G. 

Peabody. 
Hand-Buch fur Choralspieler 



American Railroad and Corporation Reports. Vol. 3. 

Edited by John Lewis. 
Modern Methods of Antiseptic Wound Treatment 



Graduate Course in American History. 



Earl Russell Testifies. London, December 3, 1891. 



Not Civilly Responsible. 

cember 2, 1891. 
Des Fremdlings Dank. . . . 



Valparaiso via Galveston, De- 



Of Christmas Jollity = 

A Self- Willed Girl. By Augusta Larned 

Rebecca Buggs' Romance. By O. P. Cay lor 

Richard Green's Escape. By William McK. Bangs 

Beleagured. By W. Thompson 

Alhambry Jane's Wedding Outing. By Mary Kyle 

Dallas. 
The Last Four Weeks of the War. By Edmund N. 

Hatcher. 

Studies in Musical History. By W. M. Derthick 

White's New Course in Art Instruction. Outline for 

primary grade. 
Portfolio of Programmes for Missionary Meetings. By 

S. L. Nurshon. 
Taschen-Buch fur Choralspieler 



Beacon Lights of History. Vol. 6. By John Lord. 
Bible Scenes. Illustrated 



The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 16. Permanent edi- 
tion. 

Latest Literary Essays and Addresses of James Russell 
Lowell. 

Grandmother's Story and Other Poems. By Oliver 
Wendell Holmes. 

Prison Journals During the French Revolution. By the 
Duchesse De Duras. Translated by Mrs. M. Carey. 

In Biscay ne Bay. By Caroline W . Rock wood 

Teachers' Manual 



Chr. Kirschman, 

Philadelphia. 
Chas. C. Huling, 

Philadelphia. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
M. J. Beckett, 

Greencastle, Ind. 
F. B. Holbrook, 

Portland, Oregon. 
Henry G. Peabody, 

Boston. 
Do. 

Chr. Kirschman, 

Philadelphia. 
John Lewis, Chicago. 

Johnson & Johnson, 

New York. 
Chautauqua Literary and 
Scientific Circle, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Press Publishing Company, 
N. Y. World, New York. 
Do. 

American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do 

E. N. Hatcher, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
W. M. Derthick, Chicago. 
American Book Company, 

N^w York. 
United Society of Christian 
Endeavor, Boston. 

Chr. Kirschman, 

Philadelphia. 
John Lord. 

Anson D. F. Randolph & Co. , 

New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 

Do. 

Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Hutchins' Improved Family Almanac. 1 892 

Farmers' Almanac. 1 892 

Knickerbocker Almanac. 1892 

The International Sunday School Lessons. 1892 

Tactics of the Knights of St. John. Second edition. By 

H. B. Grant. 
The Hahnemannian Consultation Blank 

The Traveling Salesman 

Musical Dumb Bells 

The Chinese. By Robert Coltman 

Albany County Directory. 1891-'92 

-—/- Text-book of Phono-stenography. Part 2. Second edition. 
— ^-Directory of Stenographers of United States. 1891-'92.. 

Minute Book for Knights of Honor Lodges 

Gestures and Attitudes 

Philadelphia's Four Hundred 

A Southern Heritage. By Wm. H. Brown 

Diameter, Circumference, and Area 

Fort Wayne City and Allen County Directory. 1 891-' 92. 

The Builders of the Commonwealth. By Hubert H. 
Bancroft. Vol. 2. 

Probate Laws of Massachusetts. By Wm. E. Fuller 

Lee and Shepard Illustrated Catalogue. 1891-'92 

A Child of the State 

Reniiniscenses. By Janet 

Syphilis in Ancient and Modern Times. Translated from 
the French. By A. H. Ohmann-Durnesveil. Vol. 1 . 

Won and Not One. By Emily L. Blackall 

The Irish Element in Mediaeval Culture. By H. Zimmer. 
* Translated by Jane L. Edmunds. 

The Reporters* Word-Book 

Nursing in Abdominal Surgery. By Anna M. Fullerton. 

Woman Proposes and the Devil Disposes. By Xavier 

De Montepin. 
Short Courses of Reading in English Literature 

Ideal Series. No. 8 

Ideal Series. No. 9 

The Little Countess. Translated by S. E. Boggs 

New York State Reports. Vol. 39. Edited by W. S. Gib 
bons. 



Proprietors. 



The American News Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
John I). Wattles, New York. 
The Pettibone Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cincinnati. 
S. Mills Fowler, 

Gainesville, Tex. 

E. H. Nelson, Detroit. 
Narragansett Machine Com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 

F. A. Davis, Philadelphia, 
Sampson, Murdock &Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 
F. O. Ditman, New York. 
The How Publishing Co., 

New York 
Keifer. Nicholson & Mc- 
Causland, Howard, Kans. 
Edw r ard B. Warman, 

Boston. 
Society Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Edward Brandus & Co. , 

New York. 
Mark W. Marsden, 

Philadelphia, 
R. L. Polk & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
Hubert H. Bancroft, 

San Francisco. 
Wm. E. Fuller, Boston. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
-Chas. F. Gilmore, 

San Jose\ Cal. 
N. J. H. Collins, 

Philadelphia. 
F. A. Davis, Philadelphia. 

Emily L. Blackall. 
Jane L. Edmunds. 

Arthur R. Bailey, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Anna M. Fullerton, 

Philadelphia. 
France Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
C. T. Winchester, 

Wesleyan University. 
The Bowen-Merrill Com- 
panv, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Do. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
W. C. Little & Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 






■;-;• 



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BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



New Digest of Wisconsin Reports. Vol. 2. By James 

Simmons. 
Sybilla. By T. C. De Leon 

Social and Present Day Questions. By F. W. Farrar 

The Manchester Directory. 1892 

An Inductive Latin Primer. By Wm. R. Harper 

Shall Girls Propose? 

First Standard Phonographic Reader 

The Commuters' Companion 

Autumn Leaves 

Snow-Flakes . .*. 

How to Teach and Study Geography 

Perennial Songs 

Interstate Commerce Reports, Vol. 3, No. 37 

Pine Valley 

The Workers' Next Move. December 3, 1891 

The Housewife Club. December 3, 1 891 

Patsy's Easter 

Patsy ' s Christmas 

Wrong Word 

Winship's Number Cards 

Special Christmas Service for Sunday Schools. By 

Josephine Root. 
The Iron Age 

Baxter's Second Innings. By Henry Drummond 

American Legion of Honor. (Receipt for assessments and 

dues. ) 
The Improved Tontine Merchandise Association 

The Woman's Industrial and Political Text Book 

My Own Record of Attendance at My Own Place of 

Worship. 
The Battle of Fort Donelson. By Silas R. Owen 

Tots in Chinaland 

Craig's Fundamental Proof 

Necessary Qualifications as a Canvassing Agent 

Cincinnati, Ohio, and Suburbs. 1891 



James Simmons, 

Lake Geneva, Wis. 
The Gossip Publishing Com- 
pany, Mobile, Ala. 
Bradley & Woodruff, 

Boston. 
Sampson, Murdock &Co., 

Boston. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 
Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Andrew J. Graham, 

New York. 
Theatrical Publishing Com- 
pany, San Francisco. 
The Central Manufacturing 
Company, 

Battle Creek, Mich. 
Do. 
John F. Wicks, Chicago. 
A. J. Showalter and Edw. 
Roberts, Dalton, Ga. 

Lawyer's Cooperative Pub- 
lishing Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Lewis B. France, 

Denver, Colo. 
Funk & Wagnalls, 

New York. 
Do. 

E. L. Tracy. 

Do. 
Vacuum Oil Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
A. E. Winship, Boston. 

Josephine Root, 

Seneca Falls, N. Y. 
David Williams, 

New York. 
Henry Drummond, Boston. 

F. O. Downes, Boston. 

The United States Purchas- 
ing and Supply Agency 
Company, Newark, N. J. 
Charlotte Smith, 

Washington, D. C. 
Napoleon Smith, 

Mason, Mich. 
Silas R. Owen, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Wright, Tyndale & Van 
Rodens, Philadelphia. 
Stillman A. Craig, 

South Windham, Me. 

G. Duft Nichols, New York. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, limited, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Ornithology of the United States and Canada By Mon- 
tague Chamberlain. 2 vols. 

Massachusetts Reports. Vol. 153, Part 2. William V. 
Kellen. 

Post Restante. From the French of Ernest Daudet 

Gossip from Paris. By Paul De Barsal 

Feminine Fads and Fancies. By Margaret Hainm 

New England's Great Comedian. By Joseph HoAvard, jr. 

Knox's Birthday. By J. Armoy Knox 

New York Gossip. By Curtis Kinglake 

Saved from Suicide. By Ernest Newton 

Carriage and Wagon Workers of the United States and 

Canada. 

Grand Central Station, Chicago 

An Artist's Story of the Great War. By Edwin Forbes. 

2 vols. 
Great Western Electric Supply Company. Catalogue No. 
23. 

Mistress Branican. By Jules Verne 

Skirmish at Harper's Ferry 

Lapse Inspection Summary 

Cotton's Geographical Definitions , 

Form for Illustrating Results on a Life Insurance Bond 

Form for Illustrating Results on a Proposition Com- 
bining Life Insurance and Annuity. 
The Profligate. By A. W. Pinero 

The Christmas Book Shelf. 

Freidenker Almanack. 1892 

Giovio & Giulia. By Clinton Scollard 

The J. L. Mott Iron Works Circular and Price List. 

(Porcelain-lined baths.) 
Farmers' and Planters' Account Book 

Orders 

Receipt Ledger 

Statement Ledger 

Max Wochen & Sons' Catalogue of Surgical Instruments. 
The Lyon Phonetic Manual. By Edmund Lyon 

The Little Countess. By E. S. Boggs 

Mariam. By Horace Victor , 

Duplicate Whist. By John T. Mitchell 

Christianity and Infallibility. By Daniel Lyons 

The Swan of Vilamorta. Translated by Mary J. Serano. 

Sketches from the Life of Jesus. By E. W. Thayer 



Proprietors. 

Little, Brown & Co. , Boston. 

Do. 

The United Press, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Geo. T. Crane. 



E. S. Hand, 
Edwin Forbes, 



Chicago. 
New York. 



Great Western Electric Sup- 
ply Co. , Chicago. 
Cassel Pub. Co.. New York. 
McLoughlin Bros, 

New York. 
M. A. Nobles, Philadelphia. 
G. W. & C. B. Colton, 

New York. 
JohnD. Shannon, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Do. 

Arthur W. Pinero, 

New York. 
R. R. Bowker, New York. 
Freidenker Pub. Co., 

Milwaukee. 
Clinton Scollard, 

Utica, N. Y. 
The J. L. Mott Iron Works, 
New York. 
L.P. Crandall & Son, 

St. Louis. 
Fred. H. Nichols, 

Lynn, Mass. 
F. E. Smith. 

Do. 
Max Schmidt, Cincinnati. 
Edmund Lyon, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Macmillan & Co. , New York. 
A. C. McClurg & Co., 

Chicago. 
Longmans Green & Co., 

New York. 
Cassel 1 Publishing Co. , 

New York. 
Fleming H. Revell Co., 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. Translated by 

Charles Eliot Norton. 2. Purgatory. 
Beaten Paths. By Charles H. Keays 

The Life of Father Hecker. By Walter Elliott 

The Ides of March. By G. M. Robins 

Cora 

Bible Lore. By C. R. and E. L. Biackall 

The Home and Haunts of Shakespeare. By James Leon 

Williams. (Circular.) 
The Home and Haunts of Shakespeare. Sections 1-4. 

By James Leon Williams. 

The Congregationalist Hand Book for 1892 

Club Reference Book, Engineers' Club, Philadelphia. 

Form 6. 

Commercial Cable Dispatches. London, November 26, 

1891. 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. Paris, November 26, 1891 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. Brussels, November 26, 

1891. 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. Paris, November 27, 1891 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. Nice, November 27, 1891 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. London, November 27, 

1891. 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. London, November 28, 

1891. 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. Paris, November 28, 1891 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. Paris, November 29, 1891 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. London, November 30, 

1891. 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. Paris, November 30, 1891 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. Paris, December 1, 1891 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. Paris, December 2, 1891 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. London, December 1, 

1891. 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. London, December 3, 

1891. 
Commercial Cable Dispatches. Paris, December 3, 1891 
Heller Selected Studies. From S. Heller. Edited by 

Emil Liebing. 

Album of Sacred Song. Vol. 3. Soprano or tenor 

Real Estate Chart. November 29-December 5, 1891 

Employment Guide. , November 29-December 5 

Farm Directory. November 29-December 5 

Rooms for Rent. November 29-December 5 

Boarders Wanted. November 29-December 5 

Hotel Directory. November 29-December 5 

Teachers. November 29-December 5 

Due Bill 

A Twig from Our Christmas Tree 

Things Worth Knowing 

Bond and Warrant 



Proprietors. 



Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Rader Thompson & Co. , 

Chicago. 
A. F. Hewitt. 
United States Book Co. , 

New York. 
J. S. Ogilvie, New York. 
American Baptist Publish- 
ing Society, Philadelphia. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

W. L. Greene & Co. , Boston. 

John C. Trautwine, jr., for 

Publication Committee, 

Philadelphia. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
The S. Brainard's Sons Co., 
Chicago. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 
The Record Publishing Co. , 
Philadelphia.* 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Hollenberg Music Co. , 

Little Rock, Ark. 
Livermore & Knight, 

Providence, R. I. 
H. E. Small, Boston. 

Trade Index, Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Tax Receipt, State of New York 




The Clique of Gold. By E. Gaboriau 


Albany, N. Y. 
Street & Smith New York. 


True Reform t 




How to Memorize Music 


New Haven, Conn. 
Jas. P. Downs, New York. 


The Memory Library. Extra, No. 3 


Do. 







PERIODICALS. 



A, B, C, Pathfinder. December, 1891 

The Albany Law Journal. November 28, 1891. 
Album des Modes. January, 1 892 



American Architect and Building News. November 28, 

1891. 
The American Contractor. November 28, 1891 



The American Field. December 5, 1891 

American Investments. December, 1891 

The American Florist. December 3,1891 

American Machinist. December 3, 1891 

American Notes and Queries. November 28, 1891 

American Journal of Medical Sciences. December, 1891. 

American Veterinary Review. December, 1891 

Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. November 14, 1391.. 



The Archives of Pediatrics. December, 1891 
The Argosy December 12, 1891 



L' Art de la Mode. January, 1892 

The Arkausaw Traveler. December 5, 1891. 



Art Interchange. December, 1891 

The Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 21. 
The Ave Maria. December 5, 1891 



Baby Land. December, 1891 

Baby Pathfinder Railway Guide, November 15. 1891. 



Babyhood. December, 1891 

Bancroft's California Guide. November, 1891. 

2 T E 



New England Railway Pub. 
Co. , Boston. 

Weed, Parsons & Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 

A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
Ticknor & Co. , Boston. 

B. Ed wards & Co., 

New York. 
American Field Publishing 
Company, Chicago. 

Niagara Publishing Com- 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. 
American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
American Machinist Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The Westminster Publish- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia. 
Lea Bros. & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
A. Liantard, New York. 
E.&H. T.Anthony & Co., 
New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Frank A. Munsey, 

New York. 

W. J. Morris, New York. 

Review Printing Company, 

Chicago. 

Art Interchange Company, 

New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 
New England Railway Pub. 
Co. , Boston. 

Babyhood Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Bancroft Company, 

San Francisco. 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Banner Weekly. Vol. 10, No. 475 

Best Things. December, 1891 

Biles' Semi-Monthly Whisky Price-List. November 16, 

1891. 
Bishop's A, B, C, Guide. November, 1891 



Boys of New York. December 19, 1891 
Bradstreet's. November 28, 1891 



Brooklyn Life. December 5, 1891 

Bubier's Popular Electrician. November, 1891 

California Architect. November 20, 1891 

Central Law Journal. November 27, 1891 



The Christian Herald. December 2, 1891. 
The Christian Science. December, 1891.. 



Christian Thought. December, 1891 

The Christian Union. December 5, 1891. 

The Circular System. November, 1891... 
The Climatologist. November 15, 1891.. 



The Clothing Gazette. November, 1891, 



The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. November 
28, 1891. 

The Compass. December 1, 1891 

Cordage Trade Journal. December 1, 189 1 



La Couturiere. January, 1892 

The Eclectic Medical Journal. December, 1891, 

Educational Review. December, 1891 

The Electrical Engineer. December 2, 1891 

Electrical Review. December 5, 1891 

The Electrical World. December 5, 1891 



The Elite News. November 14, 1891 

The Embalmer. November, 1891 

The Engineering Record. November 28, 1891 

The Epoch. November 27, 1891 

The Exposition Graphic. October-December, 1891. 
Fanciers' Journal. November 28, 1891 



Farmers' Review. November 25, 1891 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 10 

Forest and Stream. December 3, 1891. 



Proprietors. 



Beadle & Adams, New York. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 
J. W. Biles & Co., 

Cincinnati. 
Traffic Publishing Co. , 

San Francisco. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
The Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Co., Brooklyn. 

Bubier Publishing Co., 

Lynn, Mass. 
California Architectural Pub. 
Co., San Francisco. 

Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Christian Science Pub. Co., 
Chicago. 
Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 
The Christian Union Com- 
pany, New York. 
W. W. Felts, Oakland, Cal. 
W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
The Jos. W.Gibson Co., 

New York. 
Wm. B. Dana & Co., 

New York. 
Wm. Cox, New York. 

Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 
A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
John M. Scudder, 

Cincinnati. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
The Electrical Review Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
The W. J. Johnson Com- 
, pany, New York. 

Elite News Co. , Chicago. 
Arthur Rooney, New York. 
Henry C. Meyer, New York. 
Epoch Pub. Co. , New York. 
The Graphic Co. , Chicago. 
Fanciers' Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
H.H. Chandler & Co., 

Chicago. 
West Publishing Co., 

St. Paul. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Fox's Weekly. December 7 and 14, 1891 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. December 5, 

1891. 
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. December, 1891 



Proprietors. 



Frank Leslie's Weekly. December 5, 1891 
Garden and Forest. December 2, 1891 



Golden Days. December 12, 1891 

Golden Hours. November 28, 1891. .. . 
Good Housekeeping. December, 1891. 



The Golden Weekly. December 17, 1891. 

Good News. December 19, 1891 

The Graphic. November 28,1891 

The Great Divide. December, 1891 

The Gymnasium. October, 1891 



Harper's Bazar. December 19, 1891 



Harper's Weekly. December 5, 189 1 

Harper's Young People. December 1, 1891 

Heart and Hand. December 5, 1891 

The Home Magazine. December, 1891 



The Housewife. December, 1891 

The Hygienic Shoe. November 25, 30, 1891 

The Illustrated American. December 5, 1891 

Illustrated Christian Weekly. December 5, 189 J. 
The Illustrated Police News. December 5, 1891 



Insurance Monitor. November, 1891 

The Internal Revenue Record. November 28, 1891. 



The Jewelers 1 Circular. December 2, 1891. 
The Jewelers' Weekly. December 2, 1891. 



Judge. December 5, 1891 

Kate Field's Washington. December 2, 1891. 



Ladies' Home Journal. December, 1891. 



The Literary News. December, 1891 

Magazine of American Histoiy. December, 1891. 



The Mayflower. December, 1891.. 
Medical News. December 5, 1891. 



Manufacturer and Builder. November, 1891. 
Medical Record. December 5, 1891 



Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Judge Pub. Co. , New York. 

Mrs. Frank Leslie, 

New York. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
The Garden and Forest Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Clark W. Bryan & Co., 

Springfield, Mass. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
The Graphic Co., Chicago. 
Great Divide Pub. Co. 
Coop & Boms, 

Providence, R. I. 
Harper & Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
W. T. Thompson, Chicago. 
Brodix Publishing Com- 
pany, Washington, D. C. 
Housewife Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
W. B. Armstrong, 

Worcester, Mass. 
Illustrated American Pub- 
lishing Co., New Y'ork. 
Illustrated Christian W T eekly 
Company, New York. 
Police News Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

C. C. Hine, New York. 

W. C. & F. P. Church, 

New York. 
The Jewelers' Circular Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 
The Jewelers' Weekly Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
Kate Field, 

Washington, D. C. 
Curtis Publishing Company, 
Philadelphia. 
R. R. Bowker, New York. 
Historical Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
John L. Childs, 

Floral Park, N. Y 
Lea Brothers & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Henri Gerard, New York. 
Wm. Wood & Co., 

New York. 



12 



PERIODIC AXS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Memory. November, 1891 

The Menorah. December, 1891 

El Mensaj ero Americano. November, 1891 

The Mercantile Adjuster. December, 1891 

La Mode de Paris. January, 1892 

La Mode de Paris. January, 1892 

The Musical Visitor. December, 1891 

Nachrichten aus Deutschland und Amerika. November 

28, 1891. 
National Car and Locomotive Builder. December, 1891 

The National Police Gazette. December 12, 1891 

The National Standand. November, 1891 

New England Magazine. December, 1891 

The New Nation. November 21, 1891 

The New South. November 19, 1891 

New York Amusement Gazette. November 30, 1891... 
New York Clipper. December 5, 1891 

New York Family Story Paper. December 5-12, 1891. 

New York Fireside Companion. December 26, 1891.... 
The New York Ledger. December 5, 1891 

The New York Medical Journal. November 21, 1891.. 

New York Supplement. Vol. 16, No. 2 

The Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 18 

The Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 50, No. 2..: 

Once a Week. December 1, 1891 

Our Little Men and Women. December, 1891 

Overland Monthly. December, 1 891 

The Organ. January, 1892 

The Pacific Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 17 

The Pansy. December, 1891 

The Parish Choir. Nos. 538, 539 

The Police Gazette. December 5, 1891 

The Power and Transmission. November, 1891 

Poultry Monthly. December, 1891 

Profitable Advertising 

Progressive Times. December, 1891 

Puck. December 1, 1891 

1891. 
The Railway Corporation Law Journal. December 5, 



Peopeietoes. 



James P. Downs, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

B. F. Peixotto, New York. 
New York Expert and Ex- 
port Company, New York. 

Mercantile Adjuster, 

New York. 
A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 
Germania Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
R. M. Van Arsdale, 

New York. 
Hichard K. Fox, New York. 
Daniel Browne, New York. 
New England Magazine 
Corporation, Boston. 

Edward Bellamy, Boston. 
W. H. Rowland, 

Richmond, Va. 

F. T. Low, New York. 

Frank Queen Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Geo. Munro, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
P. F. Collier, New York. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 
Overland Monthly Publish- 
ing Co. San Francisco. 
Geo. Molineux, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 

C. L. Hutchins, Boston. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Power and Transmission 

Pub. Co. , Mishawaka,Ind. 
Ferris Publishing Company, 
Albany, N. Y. 
C. F. Davis, Boston. 

Progressive Benefit Order, 
Boston. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

Chicago. 
L. K. Strouse & Co., 

New York. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Rand-McNally's Bunkers' Monthly. December, 

1891. 
The Rural New Yorker. December 5, 1891 



St. Louis Daily Market Reporter. November ^-De- 
cember 3, 1891. 
St. Louis Weekly Market Reporter. November 28, 1 89 1 . 
The Sartorial Art Journal . December, 1891 



Saturday Night. December 19, 1891, 



Scientific American. December 5, 1891 

Scientific American Supplement. December 5, 1891. 
Scribner's Magazine. December, 1891 



The Sewing Machine News. December, 1891 .. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter. December 3, 1891 

The Shopper. November 28,1891 

The Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 13, No. 31... 



The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 17, No. 11. 

The Southern Reporter. Vol. 10. No. 5 

The Sporting Life. December 5, 1891 



The Stenographer. December, 1891. 



The Story Teller. December, 1891 

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. December 12-19, 

1891. 
Street Railway Journal. December, 1891 



Success with Flowers. December, 1891 

The Sunday School Times. December 5, 1891. 

Supreme Court Reporter. Vol. 12, No. 2 

Table Talk. December, 1891 

Texas Siftings. December 5, 1891 

Toilettes. January, 1892 



Voice of Masonry. December, 1891 

Weekly Bulletin of New York Literary Association. 

December 1, 1»91. 
Western Electrician. December 5, 1891 



Wide Awake. December, 1891 

The Youth's Companion. December 1, 1891. 
Yule Tide. December, 1891 



Pkoprietors. 



Rand, McNally & Co., 

Washington, I). ('. 

Rural Publishing Company, 

New York. 

P. J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis. 

Do. 
The Jno. J. Mitchell Com- 
pany, New York. 
•lames Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Munn & Co. , New York. 
Do. 

C. Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Chas. W. Handy, New York. 
Shoe and Leather Reporter, 
Boston. 
Shopper Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Sporting Life Publish- 
ing Co. , Philadelphia, 
Stenographer Printing and 
Pub. Co., New York. 

D. Lothrop Co., Boston. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Street Railway Publishing 
Company, New York. 

The Dinger and Coward 
Company, Westgrove, Pa. 

John D. Wattles, 

Philadelphia. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. 

Table Talk Publishing Com 
pauy, Philadelphia, 

Texas Siftings Publishing- 
Company, New York. 

Toilettes Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

John W. Brown, Chicago. 

James R. Gilmore, 

New York. 

Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

D. Lothrop Co. , Boston. 

Perry Mason & Co. , Boston. 

Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 



14 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



Titles. 



Pkopkietors. 



My Brother's Keeper. By James Gordon Emmons. 



The Cable Car. By Clara H. Sherwood 

For Haifa Million. By Clara H. Sherwood. 
The Alumni Play. By Clara H. Sherwood. . 

The Early Bird. By Clara H. Sherwood 

The Toy Shop. By F. S. Isham 

Uncle Josh. By Charles Townsend 



James G. Emmons, 





New York. 


H. French, 


New York. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




S. Denison, 


Chicago. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Lois Polka. By H. J. Isbell 

Coon Jig. By H. J. Isbell 

Full Fathom Five. Song. By Charles Wood 

When Golden Day Has Passed. By Arthur C. Fischer.. 
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. E flat. By Charles Wood 
There Were Shepherds Abiding in the Field. By Ber- 

thold Tours. 

The Hemlock Tree. Song. By Charles Wood 

The Broken Flower. Song. By Oliver King 

What Are These ? Anthem. Soprano solo and chorus. 

By David Parkes. 
Highland Ballad. Violin. By A. C. McKenzie. Op. 

47, No. 1. 
Barcarola. Violin. By A. C. McKenzie. Op. 47, No. 2. 
Villanella. Violin. By A. C. McKenzie. Op. 47, No. 2... 
A Passing Thought. Reverie. Banjo. By A. D. Grover 

Mazourka. Caprice. Banjo. By A . D. Grover 

The Minstrels' Carnival. Guitar. By A. D. Grover 

Irena Waltz. Mandolin. By Herbert Gray 

Andalusia Waltz. Mandolin. Arranged by W. F. Lewis, 
A Mountain Life for Me. Words by M. Boucheron ; 

English text by P. Reeve ; music by E. Audran. 
Miss Decima Lancers. Music by E. Audran ; arranged 

by P. Bucalossi. 
Jack the Dandy, Oh ! Words by J. L. Shine and A. Ross ; 

music by F. O. Carr. 
One Hundred and Fifty Years Ago. Words by Claxton 

Bellamy ; music by P. Roe. 
Chanson Andalouse. By J. Massenet ; adaptation from 

Jules Ruelle (original key). 
I am Thine, Thou art Mine. Love Song. Hermann 

Ritter. Op. 57. 
Leipziger Lerchen Waltzer. By B. F. Keyll. Op. 74.... 

Fear Not. Music by A. F. Loud 

Golden Love. By W. R. Chapman 

King Cupid. ByT. H. Rollinson 

Marina Waltz. By Vandervell ; arranged by T. H. 

Rollinson, for orchestra. 
Swiss Fantasia. By F. Gretscher; arranged by Theo. 

Bendix, for orchestra. 

The Colored Millionaires. By Harry J. Ballou 

Drifting. By W. R. Chapman 

Grasshopper Dance. By Josephine Gro 

I Feel Thy Presence Ever. By W. R. Chapman 



H. J. Isbell. 

Do. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Thompson & Odell, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
E. Ascherberg & Co. , 

London, England. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Henri Heugel, 

Paris, France. 
Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Wiegenlied. Piano. By Albert Bensch. Op. 25 

II. Mazurka, By Albert Bensch. Op. 24 

Polka Miniature. By Albert Benscb. Op. 23 

I. Mazurka. By Albert Bensch. Op. 22 

Gavotte. By Albert Benscb. Op. 21 

Concert Etude. By Albert Bensch. Op. 20 

American Dance. Band. By^ William Bendix 

The Nightingale's Song. Words and arr